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An '''inflected plural'' is a [[plural]] formed by [[inflection]].
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An '''inflected plural''' is a [[plural]] formed by [[inflection]].
  
 
In [[English]], most plurals are [[regular plural]]s that are formed by inflecting the noun with [[plural -s]].  However, there are [[loan plural]]s, particularly [[French plural]]s, [[Greek plural]]s and [[Latin plural]]s that are inflected in various different ways.
 
In [[English]], most plurals are [[regular plural]]s that are formed by inflecting the noun with [[plural -s]].  However, there are [[loan plural]]s, particularly [[French plural]]s, [[Greek plural]]s and [[Latin plural]]s that are inflected in various different ways.

Latest revision as of 03:48, 15 November 2019

An inflected plural is a plural formed by inflection.

In English, most plurals are regular plurals that are formed by inflecting the noun with plural -s. However, there are loan plurals, particularly French plurals, Greek plurals and Latin plurals that are inflected in various different ways.

Plurals that are not formed by inflection are uninflected plurals.