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Number: number

Number is an inflectional feature of nouns and pronouns.

Sing: singular number

A singular noun denotes one person, animal or thing.

Examples

Dual: dual number

A dual noun denotes two persons, animals or things. Some Yupik nouns are inflected as dual when used to denote only one entity (known as conventional duals) (Jacobson 2001, p. 15).

Examples

Plur: plural number

A plural noun denotes several persons, animals or things. Plural nouns may be used for a single entity that has many components (Jacobson 2001, p. 16).

Examples

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