Category:Nominal Categories
Feature:Coding of Nominal Plurality WALS
Name:Plural word
Languages (78):
Conlangs (58):
Terkunan
SASXSEK
Lembrin
Héhà
Kazujisha
Zelsen
The word "shtje", which indicates plurality, may or may not be considered a suffix. The word is not spelled with Myk, but rather written as a Mayk symbol. In this way, it might be seen as a separate word entirely (and it does have it's own standalone meaning, "multiple" or "many"). However, the Mayk is said to "attach" to the previous Myk grouping when modifying a noun, and so in this sense it is almost like a suffix.

It is also important to note that all nouns in Zelsen are ambiguous as to their plurality. If one says "kybuk'" (fox), one might be referring to a single fox or multiple foxes (context usually clears this up). If one should need to specify or emphasise that only a single or multiple foxes are being talked about, one would use the plural modifier "shtje" or the singular modifier "va" (eg, "kybuk' shtje", "kybuk' va")
Toki Pona
Gogido
Cirena
Bashika
Tinzirean
Taiwazaiho
Kono Mai
Gac
Lemohai
Torimish
Future English
Aaro
Rou
Dahu
Endehl
Dangin Nira
Tedil Tamal
Himmaswa

plural indicated with the stative verb 'beym' – 'be many'

Slyrdian
Arka
Sonerha
Poeplish
westcontinental Ngyamkyehe language
Nahakhontl
Gehui
Tengan
G70200
Temarp
Glosa
Haneko
Abaru Human Proto-Language
Tumbian
Lohsee
Limerian
Sǔra
Iathi
Traup
yashde
Lwaitel
Tasza
Kotava
Karemar
Tvern El
Proto-Dahu-Kemba
Gothish
Kibaki
Interglossa
Plitchik
Szezk
Grayis
Eneqa
Ame language

Natlangs (20):
Burmese
Chamorro
Guarani
Hixkaryana
Jakaltek
Khmer
Khasi
Lakhota
Maori
Mapudungun
Maung
Mixtec (Chalcatongo)
Rapanui
Sanuma
Tagalog
Vietnamese
Wari'
Yoruba
Ika
Trumai