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    plur

    Pluralize a word

    Install

    npm install plur

    Usage

    import plur from 'plur';
    
    plur('rainbow');
    //=> 'rainbows'
    
    plur('unicorn', 4);
    //=> 'unicorns'
    
    plur('puppy', 2);
    //=> 'puppies'
    
    plur('box', 2);
    //=> 'boxes'
    
    plur('cactus', 2);
    //=> 'cacti'

    API

    plur(word, plural?, count?)

    word

    Type: string

    The word to pluralize.

    plural

    Type: string
    Default:

    • Irregular nouns will use this list.
    • Words ending in s, x, z, ch, sh will be pluralized with -es (eg. foxes).
    • Words ending in y that are preceded by a consonant will be pluralized by replacing y with -ies (eg. puppies).
    • All other words will have "s" added to the end (eg. days).

    Explicitly provide the pluralized word.

    The plural suffix will match the case of the last letter in the word.

    This option is only for extreme edge-cases. You probably won't need it.

    count

    Type: number

    The count to determine whether to use singular or plural. If omitted, defaults to plural.

    Install

    npm i plur

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    Version

    5.1.0

    License

    MIT

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