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sin·gu·la·tive

 (sĭng′gyə-lā′tĭv, -lə-tĭv)
adj.
Of or relating to a linguistic form or construction that expresses a singular entity, often as opposed to a collective, such as rice-grain as opposed to rice.
n.
A singulative form or construction.

[French singulatif, from Latin singillātim, singulātim, one at a time, singly, from singulus, single; see single.]
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singulatif
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