Category:Nominal Categories
Feature:Occurrence of Nominal Plurality WALS
Name:All nouns, always optional
Languages (141):
Conlangs (127):
Terkunan
Qþyn|gài
SASXSEK
Lembrin
Héhà
Mikiana
Kazujisha
Jaibi
Altian
inapo-sakai
Zelsen
Jaghri
Toki Pona
Modern Arithide
Tirelat
Gogido
Cirena
Rejistanian
Bashika
Tine
Taruven
Lhueslue
Wenedyk
Ainure
Annese
Katkagor
Alopian
Taiwazaiho
Angosey
Isitya
Ouxu
project 1
Neimalu
Dacayan
Ishtol
Saimiar
Lemohai
Shuran
Ngaru
Rou
Klingon
Dahu
Ataican
Dzidmitsu
Simpified japanese
Proto-Qephex
Standard Ancaron
Endehl
Mîrkšam
zadu
Zorillo
Lonmai Luna
Sakawi

Numbers are mostly indicated by agreements.

Gonjonic
Salhari
Arroe
Himmaswa
Town Speech
Kopfberger German
Sonerha
Poeplish
Marag
Alahithian
Fasime
Tatari Faran
Ixe Wa
Platapapan
Ndok Aisô
City Speech
Tengan
Jumban
Adejori

In some dialects plurality is optional. The obligatoriness or optionality of plurality never depends upon the animacy of the nouns marked; either plurality is optional for all nouns, or it is obligatory for all nouns.

Proto-Angelic
Begonian
Iaskyon
Kuty
Kiitra
Adinjo
Isolating thing inspired by mesoamerican and southeast asian
Khulls
LipTalk
urdcax
Keihansoukaishi
Telim
Future English
Damiyaa
Taalen
Sǔra
Khanese
Kaidu
Eiyrnas
Derovian
yashde
Hy'Bae
Maltcegj
Lwaitel
Deinau
Alfen
Luquv
Clofabian
Ame language
Classical Uraki
Hux Kham
Mondlango
Lingwa de Planeta
Cyraceí
Tasza
Omnizzabon
Kotava
Numi
Gothish
Sape
Xingish
Plitchik
Kiriyow (Creole)
TBD
Pandunia
At'ik
Istokahi
Ḍoláh
Miirna
Wistanian
Dunia
Pandunia (Inflected)
Frater
Eneqa
mundezo

Natlangs (14):
Indonesian
Acoma
Ainu
Jakaltek
Khalkha
Khmer
Mixtec (Chalcatongo)
Ngiyambaa
Nivkh
Rapanui
Shipibo-Konibo
Tagalog
Vietnamese
Yoruba