Category:Nominal Categories
Feature:The Associative Plural WALS
Name:Associative same as additive plural
Languages (106):
Conlangs (79):
Qahta
Viksen
Mikiana
Ayasthi
Khangathyagon
Raitoliste
Neo-Khitanese
Ryupisasa
Hacherian
Wenedyk
Mavakhalan
Katkagor
Feayran
Alopian
Alpic
project 1
Yivrian
Neimalu
Dacayan
Kono Mai
Uirian
Thiuas
Majlang
Avrelang
Ataican
Neo-Fictish
South Eresian
Doline
Nauspayr
Xashi
Redspeech
Manchu
Slyrdian
Arroe
Himmaswa
Simbri
Qitatyattas
yiqa' yiywos
Mithara
Anikele
Tslure Thujekatsoth
Lántas
Hercsex
westcontinental Ngyamkyehe language
Alakulian
Modern low Ponuhi
Platapapan
Meditsrai
Seto ka'palo
Emeranye
Netagin
Old Nevotak
Raxic
Eranai
Haneko
Meino
Phitonic
Abaru Human Proto-Language
Keihansoukaishi
Lohsee
Limerian
Cikap
Proto-Toroq
Averagelang
Spraka
Hy'Bae
Deinau
Haotyetpi
Uropi
Ussaria
Mayato MKII
Mesak
Sape
Average Conlang
Istokahi
ExoticLang
Eneqa
Q.T. Lingua Franca
the plural suffixes for classes can also apply on proper nouns, with the following rules. Proper nouns take the plural endings of corresponding common nouns. For example:

- The associative plural of the names for people or deities take the class 2 -r suffix in plural

- The associative plural of the names for animals take the class 4 suffix -sh in plural

- The associative plural of the names for tangible inanimates(or names indicating things with unknown tangibility) take the class 10 suffix -t in plural

- associative plural of placenames take the class 13 suffix -f in plural
Kavrinian

Natlangs (27):
Japanese
Turkish
Ainu
Burmese
Chamorro
Chukchi
Evenki
Ewe
Gooniyandi
Hixkaryana
Khalkha
Kanuri
Korean
Krongo
Lezgian
Luvale
Malagasy
Ngiyambaa
Nivkh
Sango
Wichi
Yoruba
Zulu
Polish
Koyraboro Senni
Dani (Lower Grand Valley)
Urubu-Kaapor