It already is singular. The plural form is louse.
Louse is singular. The plural form is lice.
Louse is the singular fom of lice. louse
Still lice the plural form is the same as the singular form
the word 'lice' is plural of 'louse'
Lice is plural..the singular form is louse.
Yes, louse is singular. Lice is the plural form.
"Louse" is the singular form; the plural is "lice".
The singular for lice is louse. However the word is rarely used as if you find one louse in your hair, there are certainly hundreds of lice there.
mice is the plural of mouse and lice is the plural of louse
Head lice is actually already the plural form. The singular is head louse.
The plural form for the singular noun louse is lice. The plural possessive form is lice's.example: The lice's eggs are called nits.
The singular form of the word flagella is flagellum.
The word 'louse' is singular, as is the word 'mouse'. The plural forms are 'lice' and 'mice' respectively. (However, the plural of 'house' is not 'hice'!)
The word 'duo' is the singular form; the plural form is duos.
That is the singular form; the plural form is those.
'Jackhammer' is the singular form.
The singular form is commando.
The word "lice" IS the plural form of the noun "louse".one lousemany lice
Yes, the word 'crab' is a noun, a singular common noun, with two different meanings:a type of marine crustacean or a form of lice known as crab lice.an ill tempered person, a grouch.The word 'crab' is also a verb.
The word dog is the singular form.
The singular form of the word "possum" is possum. The plural is possums.
The word 'man' is the singular form; the word 'men' is the plural form.
The word "biopsies" is the plural form of the word. The singular form is "biopsy."
Louse (cinifes) is a 3rd Declension Feminine (Yes, Romans were blatantly sexist) noun. Thus: cinifes -- the/a louse (subject)---------Nominative Singular cinifis -- of the louse/ the louse's------Genitive Singular cinifi -- to/for the louse-------------------Dative Singular cinifem -- a louse (direct object)--------Accusative Singular cenife -- by/with/from the louse--------Ablative Singular cinifes -- the lice (subject)-------------Nominative Plural cinifum -- of the lice---------------------Genitive Plural cinifibus -- to/for the lice---------------Dative Plural cinifes -- the lice (direct object)-------Accusative Plural cinifibus -- by/with/from the lice------Ablative Plural