Regular and Irregular Noun | Definition Examples

Definition of Regular Noun

It is a plural noun and when we convert it to plural form by adding “s” or “es” at the end of that noun.

Examples of Regular Noun

Book ➡️ Books

Boy ➡️ Boys

Sparrow ➡️ Sparrows

Bus ➡️ Buses

Mango ➡️ Mangoes

Bench ➡️ Benches

Bush ➡️ Bushes

Shop  ➡️ Shops

Table ➡️Tables

Chair ➡️ Chairs

Definition of Irregular Noun

It is a plural noun when we make it plural we do not add “s” or “es” at the end of that noun but change the shape of spellings or two r more spellings get changed to different spellings.

Examples of Irregular Noun

Foot ➡️ Feet

Tooth ➡️ Teeth

Goose ➡️ Geese

Mouse ➡️ Mice

Child ➡️ Children

Louse ➡️ Lice

Ox ➡️ Oxen

Shelf ➡️ Shelves

Knife ➡️ Knives

Loaf ➡️ Loaves

Foot, Tooth, Goose, Mouse, Child, Louse, Child, Ox, Shelf, Knife, Loaf.

Related Topics

Common Noun

Proper Noun

Abstract Noun

Collective Noun

Concrete Noun

Material Noun

Countable Uncountable Noun

Possessive and Plural Noun

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