plural (part of speech: adjective)
The verb has six tenses, formed by the addition of a consonant to the root, and six persons, plural
and singular, masculine and feminine.
- "Across the Zodiac", Percy Greg.
Such towers are called Shuneh in the singular, Shuan in the plural.
- "Byeways in Palestine", James Finn.
Till the beginning of the sixteenth century, en was used to mark the plural
number of verbs, as, they sayen for they say; after which, it appears to have been dropped.
- "The Grammar of English Grammars", Goold Brown.