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“What’s the plural of sheep?”, “What about fish?”, “If goose is geese plural, does that make moose plural meese?” To all of your questions on plural nouns, we have the answers, Also, no, meese is not the plural of moose; it’s just moose.

What’s the Plural of Schema?

Schema comes from Greek; it’s original pl. n. is schemata. Nowadays either schemas or schemata are accepted as plurals of schema.

What’s the Plural of Self?

The plural of self is selves. Like most nouns that come from German and are sibilants, self takes on -ves as a pl. n. form.

What’s the Plural of Stigma?

Stigmata and stigmas are both accepted plural forms of the singular noun, stigma. Stigma comes from the Greek, and is originally stigma/stigmata.