What is the singular possessive noun for mice?
The singular form for the plural noun mice is mouse; the singular possessive form is mouse's.
No, the word mice is a plural noun. The word mice ending with an s must have the apostrophe before the ending s (mice's). The word mice's is the possessive form of the plural noun. The singular noun is mouse. The singular possessive noun is mouse's. EXAMPLES Plural: Jack has two pet mice. The mice's names are Mickey and Minnie. Singular: A mouse was nibbling the doughnut. The mouse's whiskers were covered with powdered sugar.