Irregular noun plurals



singular
plural
caciun (dog)
ciciįn (dogs)
ciovec (man)
cioveci [Cove'jC] (men)
gįrda (guard)
gįrxhi (guards)
frł (woman)
frłlor (women)
fungu (mushroom)
funxhi (mushrooms)
pėvarė [pėva'S] (power)
pėvarėn [pėva'Sėn] (powers)
politicā [poli'tikė] (policy)
politici [poli'tiCi] (policies)

Note about "politicā -- politici": Note that the word is feminine in the sigular, but masculine in the plural. The word politici also means "politics" and "politicians" (regular plural of politic, "politician") as well as "policies". It is also a plural form of the adjective politicįl (political), though that may also form a regular plural, politicįis.


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