Discussion in 'Random Thoughts' started by schatzi, May 15, 2004.
Does anyone know what the plural of moose is? meese? mooses? meeses? or just plain moose?
I guess it's mooses...I looked around http://www.dictionary.com, but didn't see anything that helped.
Depends on your language, in Dutch it is 'elanden'.
I could have sworn that the plural for moose is moose
i think its moose.
thanks bird, that really helps. I thought it was moose, too, but the plural for goose is geese, so I wasn't sure.
THERE IS NO PLURAL
I think that's the best reply so far!
Definitly moose, although the dutch name is so much nicer, makes the moose sound less ordinary and more mystic and elegant
it's so tempting to not add an s to the end of moose(s) lol
I like mooses, It sounds better than plain moose.
finally somebody smarte. lol
The Dutch word is a lot better than 'moose'.
the plural is goose.
don't confuse me anymore! cruel people that you are, lol
I think we ought to change the english language to pluralize 'moose' into 'meese', it just makes sense.
There's a moose in the hoose....
If we're not careful, all our hooses will be over-run with mooses...
Ok, so it's not that then!
wow. all caps. getting angry over pluralization were you?
anyway questions like this cause me to hate the english language. such inconsitancy drives me absolutely batty.
moose ( P ) Pronunciation Key (ms)
n. pl. moose A hoofed mammal (Alces alces) found in forests of northern North America and in Eurasia and having a broad, pendulous muzzle and large, palmate antlers in the male.
Hey I Know some Folk fitting that description...... *L*
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