A plural noun normally has a suffix –s or –es and means ‘more than one’.
There are a few nouns with different morphology in the plural (e.g. mice, formulae).
- dogs [more than one dog]; boxes [more than one box]
- mice [more than one mouse]
A term describing a form of a noun or pronoun which refers to more than one person or thing. Singular and plural are contrasting values of number. For example, roses is a plural form which contrasts with the singular form rose.