What Is the Plural of Sheep?

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The plural of sheep is sheep. This word forms an irregular plural contrary to the norm that requires the addition of the letter 's' in order to form the plural of words. Most irregular plurals are the names of animals.
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The irregular plural for the noun sheep is. sheep. Examples: Mary had a little lamb that grew up to be. a sheep. When Mary grew up, she kept a flock of. thirty sheep.
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The plural and singular of sheep is the same. Sheep is used to describe one sheep or a
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There is only one Pegasus; in addition, Pegasus is a name, and thus as a proper noun would be pluralized Pegasuses in English, as people named Mouse would be pluralized to the Mouses
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The singular is opossum (not opposum) The plural is opossums. In case you are wondering, opossa is wrong. The word is not taken from Latin. It is an Algonquian (American Indian) word
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