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What is the Plural of Meniscus?

What is the plural form of the word "meniscus"? The plural form (meaning multiples) of the base word "meniscus" is "meniscuses." Nouns can identify places, people, animals, and other things. They are the basic materials required to construct sentences. There are different types of nouns, including proper nouns, common nouns, compound nouns, collective nouns, abstract nouns, and countable and uncountable nouns.

What is the plural of Meniscus?

The plural form of the word "meniscus" is "meniscuses". Forming plural nouns can be difficult. To form the plural form of the word, you'll base it on the last letter or last two letters of the singular word form.

The word "meniscus" is considered a common noun.

Sentence examples for the plural of "Meniscus"

  • Example 1: There are multiple meniscuses.
  • Example 2: I can see multiple meniscuses.
  • Example 3: Over there could be more meniscuses.

For more examples, see the definition of the word meniscus.

My experience with plural forms...

When it comes to plural forms, I was always confused! Just like you, I would be looking up the singular words plural formation...

Here are some really simple tricks that helps me remember plural forms:

  • Did you know that most plurals are formed by adding an -s to the end of the word? Yes!
  • If the noun ends in a consonant plus "–y," form the plural by swapping the "–y" for "–ies."
  • If the noun ends in "–ch," "-s," "-sh," "-x," or "-z," form the plural by adding "–es."

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