Singular Form

  • (noun): The form of a word that is used to denote a singleton.
    Synonyms: singular

Some articles on form, singular form, forms:

Bulgarski - Grammar - Adverbs
... The most productive way to form adverbs is to derive them from the neuter singular form of the corresponding adjective (бързо (fast), силно (hard), странно (strange), although adjectives ending in ... The same pattern is used to form adverbs from the (adjective-like) ordinal numerals, e.g ... The rest are mostly fossilized case forms, such as archaic locative forms of some adjectives, e.g ...
Modern Hebrew Grammar - Adverbs
... Hebrew forms adverbs in several different ways ... In many cases, the adverb is simply the adjective's masculine singular form חזק /ħaˈzaq/ (strong or strongly) ברור /baˈrur/ (clear or clearly ... but with the noun צורה /t͡suˈra/ (like/shape), and using the adjective's feminine singular form בצורה אופיינית /bet͡suˈra ofˈjanit/ ("in characteristic form ...
T–V Distinction - Examples - Finno-Ugric Languages - Finnish
... In Finnish, today the use of the informal singular form of address (sinä) is widespread in all social circles, even among strangers and in business situations ... reported in recent years, whereby some people are choosing to use the formal form more often ... or in situations where strict adherence to form is expected, such as in the military ...

Famous quotes containing the words form and/or singular:

    The Divine Vision still was seen,
    Still was the human form divine
    Weeping in weak & mortal clay;
    O Jesus, still the form was thine!
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    I have found it a singular luxury to talk across the pond to a companion on the opposite side.
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