ـُونَ (-ūnam

  1. Nominative-case (marfūʿ) suffix used to pluralize masculine nouns and adjectives referring to people. In Classical Arabic, with full ʾiʿrāb, appears as ـُونَ(-ūna). Note that most masculine nouns and adjectives referring to people, especially shorter ones, are not pluralized in this fashion, but use a broken plural instead. Furthermore, non-human masculine nouns don't use this suffix, either forming a broken plural or using the "feminine" suffix ـَات(-āt).
  2. Nominative-case (marfūʿ) suffix used very occasionally to pluralize non-human nouns, including some that are feminine, such as سَنَة(sana, year), plural سِنُون(sinūn).
  3. -ty

See alsoEdit

  • ـِينَ(-īna) (for the accusative and genitive cases)


Etymology 1Edit

From English van.


ون (van) (plural ون‌ها(van-hâ))

  1. van

Etymology 2Edit

From Middle Persian wn'(wan, tree).


ون (van)

  1. ash tree

Etymology 3Edit

From Arabic


ـون (-un)

  1. (rare, literary) A suffix forming the plural of nouns (usually of Arabic origin) ending in ـی(-i)
Derived termsEdit