Pluralizer


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Plu´ral`i`zer


n.1.(Eccl.) A pluralist.
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In light of this, Wegner's observation that -s functions as a pluralizer of modal forms in =eva and =ai (p.
For example, the use of the pluralizers a 'Dual' and wan 'Plural' indicates that Trumai distinguishes between nouns that refer to animate entities (with a human and nonhuman subdivision) and inanimate entities (cf.
If this is the case, we do not consider tati/tul as pluralizers and their existence is not an issue for the hypothesis that J/K bare nouns are mass.
All, fellow, and autres might have been identified by non-Europeans as pluralizers.