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What is the plural of roof?


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Answered 2011-02-13 10:25:09

The plural of roof is roofs or rooves. "Rooves" is an older form of the word and rarely used these days, although it is still used in Australia.

It should be noted that in New Zealand, the plural of roof is rooves, in both its written and spoken form.

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