Definition - A form of a word that denotes more than one person or thing.

Example -
In the phrase those dogs, the word dogs is the plural form of the word dog.

Etymology -
The word derives via Old French from the Latin pluralis, of or belonging to more than one.

Oxford English Dictionary -
Its first citation in its grammatical sense is from 1377:
"Three propre persones ac nought in plurel noumbre, For al is but on god."
(Langl. P. Pl. B. x. 237 )

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