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Plurality in Aqoonirobi
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How things are pluralized.
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In Aʻoonirobi, nouns are pluralized via a special type of affix called a clitic. This clitic is -⟨(ň)Ṽ₁ṙ⟩ where Ṽ₁ is [ĩ or ɛ̃] and it attaches to the word immediately preceding the noun to be pluralized.

vinǧãňĩṙ
vinǧã=ňĩṙ
real=PLPlural (number)
more than one/few
jin
jin
finger

"Actual fingers"
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