This page provides information about the plural in Yoruba. Below is a list of singular (one) and plural (many) words, listed side by side.
|Women: awon arabirin|
|Languages: awon édé
|Men: awon ọkunrin|
|Countries: awon ìlú
|Boys: awon omokunrin|
|Lake: adagun omi|
|Lakes: awon adagun omi
|Girls: awon omobirin|
|Pens: awon kalamu|
These examples show a sentence with both singular and plural forms. The list includes the use of nouns, numbers and pronouns.
|I visited one country: Mo lọ si ilu kan.|
|She visited three countries: O lọ si ilu meta.
|She has one sister: O ni aburo obinrin kan.|
|He has two sisters: O ni aburo obinrin meji.
|We speak two languages: Mo so ede meji.|
|They speak four languages: Mo nso ede merin.|
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