Category:Nominal Categories
Feature:Coding of Nominal Plurality WALS
Name:Plural suffix
Languages (409):
Conlangs (344):
Esperanto
Qþyn|gài
Asha'ille
Ayeri
Regimonti
Khafos
Qahta
Gevey
Viksen
Mikiana
Minza
Kelanian
Naisek
Sa'nakkan
Novegradian
Zhyler
Dravean
Yanusu
Zhytjetji
Rhean
Ghaf
Jaibi
Altian
Khangathyagon
Marijo
Quenya
Chamanar
Velu
Jaghri
Ngetsurt
Torain
Senjecas
Songulda
Classical Arithide
Redspeech
Eridanian
Neo-Khitanese
Celíminé
Vallese
Rejistanian
'ny is used when it is not obious from the context.
Ryupisasa
Tsolyani
Malabas
Hacherian
Tersales
K'tle
Gwongbholu
Taruven
Velyan
Wenedyk
Ilaini
Zhontós
Missa

There is a suffix marking plural (base realization /-sa/) on both nouns and pronouns. This suffix may change the stem of some nouns due to assimilation or historical devoicing; after vowels, a process of voicing and then rhotacism occurred, leaving /-ra/.

Liberalian
Katkagor
Tseltsolian
Morlandian
Austrian
Rång
Sjal
Classical Rossan
Kata
Angosey
Aveata
Annese
Avorenta
Ouxu
Senire
Eezee
Alpic
Fila
Gerchish
Nova
Rossan
Yivrian
Reisu
Géarthnuns
Theadish
Surang Jumbar
Dacayan
Phanyo
Dzuutani
Proto-Kunnu-lujungo
Uirian
Ngovasi
Thiuas
Denaden
Toilan
Cenyani
Emnonian
Ampizd
Majlang
Uzkian
Prakyũ (Classical)
Kymna
Beringian
Kēlen
Ngaru
Audente
Avrelang
Liu
Larler
Raig
Klingon
Dzidmitsu
Svørgska
Laroitian
Islysian
Mekoshan
South Picksalladed
Frimer
Myonian
Flloptsin
Kassunetian
Qucheanya
Proto-Ksqrian
Lonaane
Celinese

Nearly always, an -ím, -ot or -ain suffix denotes the plural form, but the stem is sometimes changed as well - consider lauth>leuthot (person>people) or the many examples of where diacritics must be introduced or removed upon the addition of the plural suffix.

Doline
Baranxe'i
Proto-Aukkangtin
Kti
Nauspayr
Sakawi
Olgittic
Anshanish
Llapakhi
Reduplication of final syllable
Kannow
Number marking is only obligatory for indefinite nouns; for definites, all that's used is verb marking.
Isoldian
Tolsian
Tlaymyts
Meftla
Korpasian
Simbri
Qitatyattas
L'starfish Klam
Average language
Arano
Town Speech
Kopfberger German
Frecisce
anotherunnamed
Mithara
Prsänëan
Lup (Simplified)
Anikele
Kobardon
Tslure Thujekatsoth
Mamambam
Vrlungla
K'u1k'uts'
Enterdese
Borchennymendi
Duemál
Mandalorian
Ata
Kiswona
Lántas
Hercsex
Barbane
Palawa Kani
Volapuk
donawean
Massalian
Interlingua
Vishak
Pupupulandish
kolesch Speech
Modern low Ponuhi
Idhunaic
Old Arassenian
Fayn
-a if the noun ends with a consonant, -v if noun ends with a vowel.
Cwengaer
Platapapan
Maja
Başam
Pymmalian
Q'oligo
Meditsrai
Kaujasakka
Seto ka'palo
Thensarian
Jumban
Adejori
Shokitin
Palethian
Snahhian
Tizian
Aoma
Coral Reef language
Tolvian
Old Nevotak
Raxic
Iaskyon
Femmish
Proto-Zachydic
A given noun is either inherently singular or inherently collective. The inverse number suffix, -lki, indicates that the noun has other than its inherent number: plural for singular, singulative for collective. This counts as a plural suffix for WALS purposes.
Brutirric
Sazhir
Meino
Phitonic
Meletsian
Wally Toxic
Barthian
Adinjo
Old Palen
Alumian
Lanbuvia
Khulls
Osklisk
Riagi
Gammidge
LipTalk
urdcax
Laefevesi
Keihansoukaishi
Damiyaa
Taalen
Miirna
Achiyitqan
Franglispan
Khanese
Kaidu
Fritheyish
Mezhat
Aingeljã
Caryatic
National Simphonian
yimmu
Wihri
Negric
Vtayn
Averagelang
Savvinic
Spraka
Novoslovnica
Hy'Bae
Suhon
Vrkhazhian
Omayna
Workinprogressian
Summerlandic
Mira
Delniit
Valthungian
Brooding
merechi
Necarasso Cryssesa
Temporary1
Deinau
Settamu
Clofabian
Yuzojo
lietūska
Ba'eni
Suiacuili
South Germanic
Oklane
Thuun
Arcaicam Esperantom
Ido
Mondlango
Lingwa de Planeta
Velan
Abasut
Ernalan
Lingua Franca Nova
Valkanshia
Tajju-njo Gwa
Lavrian
Tsatsar
Interlingua Antic
Uropi
Ɣu
Wirid
Jywe
Draconic
Thulean
Onnasurin
Khan Nilau Khaftim
EML
Mayato MKII
Pannonian
Thosk
Gravgaln
Lrahran
Lagu
Carrajina
Common Honey
Firen
Pejlanrau Khanech Khaftim
Mesak
Magralgarlu
Kolyma Ainu
Sape
Xingish
Saftian
Cerstan
Qrai
Old Sumrë
Faikari
Talbas
Lortho
Dwendish
Ancient Caspian
CALS Average Feature Values
Average Conlang
Esperanto 1894
At'ik
Istokahi
Ḍoláh
Zheymi
Anxian
Audhrinn
Wistanian
Atlam
Dunia
Kayronic
Novial
Brasarg
Nordienisk
Vayardyio
Westlandish
Nylaf
Unish
Menxháo
Common Minervan
ExoticLang
Esata
Bologau
Sambahsa
Intal
Interlingue (Occidental)
Frater
Asokon
mundezo
Zdetl
Gavaro
Q.T. Lingua Franca
Kavrinian
Empolese
Shalolese

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English
Mandarin
French
Hungarian
Russian
Spanish
Turkish
Finnish
Abkhaz
Acoma
Ainu
Amele
Apurina
Arapesh
Asmat
Awa Pit
Burushaski
Chukchi
Evenki
Georgian
German
Grebo
Greek (Modern)
Greenlandic (West)
Hausa
Hebrew (Modern)
Hindi
Hunzib
Ingush
Iraqw
Ket
Kewa
Koromfe
Khalkha
Khoekhoe
Kiowa
Kannada
Kanuri
Kobon
Korean
Lango
Latvian
Lavukaleve
Lezgian
Martuthunira
Mangarrayi
Ngiyambaa
Nivkh
Persian
Quechua (Imbabura)
Shipibo-Konibo
Slave
Supyire
Tiwi
Wichi
Warao
Yagua
Yaqui
Yukaghir (Kolyma)
Polish
Cree (Plains)
Mundari
Karok
Nenets
Urubu-Kaapor