Singular/Plural of Masculine Noun Practice

Type 1 Masculine Nouns end in आ in the singular. The plural is formed by removing the आ sound and replacing with ए.

 

Type 2 Masculine Nouns do not end in आ. They are the same in both singular and plural.

 

Singular

 

Plural

Hindi

English

 

Hindi

English

कमरा

room

 

 

कमरे

rooms

बेटा

son

 

बेटे

sons

खिलौना

toy

 

खिलौने

toys

छाता

umbrella

 

छाते

umbrellas

चूहा

mouse

 

चूहे

mice

अंडा

egg

 

अंडे

eggs

शेर

lion

 

शेर

lion

अंदाज़ा (m)

guess

 

अंदाज़े

guesses

अचार (m)

pickle

 

अचार

pickles

अजनबी (m)

stranger

 

अजनबी

strangers

अतिथि (m)

guest

 

अतिथि

guests

अध्यापक (m)

teacher

 

अध्यापक

teachers

अपराध (m)

offence, crime

 

अपराध

offences, crimes

अपवाद (m)

exception

 

अपवाद

exceptions

असर (m)

effect, impact

 

  असर

effects, impacts

आँसू (m)

tear

 

आँसू

tears

आईना (m)

mirror

 

आईने

mirrors

आतंकवादी (m)

terrorist

 

आतंकवादी

terrorists

आदमी (m)

man

 

आदमी

men

आभार (m)

obligation

 

आभार

obligations

आलू (m)

potato

 

आलू

potatoes

आविष्कार (m)

discovery, invention

 

आविष्कार

discoveries, inventions

आशीर्वाद (m)

blessing

 

आशीर्वाद

blessings

आश्चर्य (m)

surprise

 

आश्चर्य

surprises

इंतज़ाम (m)

arrangement

 

इंतज़ाम

arrangements

इज़हार (m)

statement

 

इज़हार

statements

इनकार (m)

refusal

 

इनकार

refusals

इनाम (m)

prize

 

इनाम

prizes

इरादा (m)

intention

 

इरादे

intentions

इशारा (m)

sign

 

इशारे

signs

कपड़ा

cloth, garment

 

कपड़े

clothes, garments

कीड़ा

insect

 

कीड़े

insects

खीरा

cucumber

 

खीरे

cucumbers

घंटा

hour

 

घंटे

hours

घुटना

knee

 

घुटने

knees

 

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