Hindi Plural (हिन्दी बहुवचन)

English Plural Hindi Plural
Plural bahuvachan – बहुवचन
my book meri pustak or meri kitab  – मेरी पुस्तक or मेरी किताब 
my books meri pustaken or meri kitaben – मेरी पुस्तकें or मेरी किताबें
our daughter hamari beti – हमारी बेटी
our daughters hamari betiyan – हमारी बेटियाँ
I’m cold mujhe thand lag rahi hai |  – मुझे ठण्ड लग रही है | 
we’re cold hamen thand lag rahi hai |  – हमें ठण्ड लग रही है | 
his chickens usaki murgiyan  – उसकी मुर्गियां 
their chicken unake chikan – उनके चिकन

 
List of Plurals in Hindi

English Plural Hindi Plural
alligator ghadiayal – घडि़याल
alligators ghadiyalon  – घडियालों 
bear bhaalu – भालू
bears bhaluon  – भालुओं 
bird pakshi – पक्षी
birds pakshiyon  – पक्षियों 
bull bail – बैल
bulls bailen  – बैलें 
cat billi – बिल्ली
cats billiyon – बिल्लियों
cow gaay – गाय
cows gaayen  – गायें 
deer hiran – हिरन
many deer kai hiran – कई हिरण
dog kutta – कुत्ता
dogs kutte  – कुत्ते 
donkey gadha – गधा
donkeys gadahe – गदहे
eagle gasrd – गस्र्ड
eagles garoodon  – गरूडों 
elephant haathi – हाथी
elephants haathiyon  – हाथियों 
giraffe jiraf – जिराफ़
giraffes jirafon  – जिराफों 
goat bakra – बकरा
goats bakariyon  – बकरियों 
horse ghoda – घोड़ा
horses ghode – घोड़े
lion sher – शेर
lions sheron  – शेरों 
monkey bandar – बंदर
monkeys bandaron – बंदरों
mouse chooha  – चूहा 
mice choohon – चूहों
rabbit kharagosh – ख़रगोश
rabbits kharagoshon – खरगोशों
snake saanp – साँप
snakes saanpon  – साँपों 
tiger baagh – बाघ
tigers baaghon  – बाघों 
wolf bhediya – भेड़िया
wolves bhediye – भेड़िये

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4 Responses to Hindi Plural (हिन्दी बहुवचन)

  1. Kanthimathy June 16, 2016 at 1:09 am #

    जी,
    बहुवचन में आपने जो दिये हैं (उदाहरण:-बंदर-बंदरों, सांप-सांपों) वे शब्द उनके पीछे कारक आएगा तभी होंगे न ?
    आपने तो वचन के रूप में ही दीया है क्यों?
    कांतिमती

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  4. Will October 12, 2016 at 3:43 am #

    In the first list you always use nominative form:
    kitab, kitaben
    beti, betiyan

    The second list is a mix… some of them are in nominative form, and some of them in oblique form.

    nominative: bakra (s.), bakre (pl.)
    oblique: bakre (s.), bakron (pl.)

    Most of the nouns in the second list, the singular form is nominative, and the plural oblique.
    For example, regarding cat, you wrote billi (nominative, s.) billiyon (oblique, pl.)

    With dog, wolf, host and donkey, you wrote both in nominative form:
    nominative: kutta (s.), kutte (pl.)
    oblique: kutte (s.), kuton (pl.)

    am i wrong?

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