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Yup, some have plurals, some don't. For example, the plural of
Sinhalese is Sinhalese itself!

Nikhil.

On 20/08/2011, Ingvild Roald <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
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> Hm. We are known as "Norwegians", and people from the USA as "Americans",
> are they not? But maybe "the Deaf" will do, in the definite sense. Or Deaf
> students, Deaf people, Deaf persons and so on. Thanks.
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> Ingvild
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> Date: Sat, 20 Aug 2011 10:56:21 +0200
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> Subject: Re: need your help - not SW-related
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> 'Deaf' is an adjective. As far as I know, English doesn't mark adjectives
> with plural, not even when it is used as a noun.
> Raquel
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> 2011/8/20 Ingvild Roald <[log in to unmask]>
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> What is the English plural of 'Deaf'? Am working on a presentation of Deaf
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