Non-count nouns, also called collective nouns have no plural form because they are assumed to be plural. Most abstract nouns are non-count nouns. Some examples are
there are many different styles of hair
there are several varieties of grass
there are three different kinds of mud
the ancient people had a few types of styles of dress
If you are talking about multiple varieties or types of these irregular plurals, you cannot make them plural by adding an "s" or "es" to the end. Instead, you need to make them plural by adding a descriptive phrase
words of Latin or Greek origin with their strange plurals
When words end in a consonant and a -y, such as pony and city, plurals remove the -y and add -ies.
Nouns ending in -f (and -f with a silent -e) lose their -f (-fe) and gain -ves
This finicky language even has some words that are identical in plural and singular forms. These unchanging nouns come in all shapes and sizes, with various reasons for their nature and various names for their types, but the aspect that lumps them together is that none change in their simplest plural form
Gold, silver, etc
Nouns that end with -ese do not generally change
Other nouns are already plural in their singular form
Glasses: folks wear “a pair of glasses,” though a man could once wear only one
Scissors: Do not run with a pair of scissors
Pants/shorts: again, a “pair” of pants/shorts. One must wonder what a singular pant would look like
En and Vowel Swaps
Attorneys at law
Sometimes, the noun is almost unrecognizable in its plural form
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