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If a goose is a geese shouldn't a moose be a meese?

Asked by tranquilsea (17760points) April 4th, 2012

If a singular goose is a goose and multiple ones are geese why wouldn’t multiple moose be meese?

I’m going to launch a campaign to change this :-P

feeling slightly silly right now

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19 Answers

janbb's avatar

I hate you meeses to pieces!

SpatzieLover's avatar

If plural mouse equals mice shouldn’t plural house equal hice?

janbb's avatar

If plural mouse equals mice shouldn’t plural louse equal lice?

Brian1946's avatar

It’s been a long time since I listened to HIce of the Holy by Led Zeppelin.

marinelife's avatar

English, ain’t it wonderful?

Coloma's avatar

Haha, well my goose and gander are not “geese”, they are Geezers!
Maybe Moose should be Moozers.” lol

WillWorkForChocolate's avatar

Yes, and multiple fish should be feesh. =0)

sakura's avatar

nope ‘coz meece are lots of mouses!!!

rebbel's avatar

If goose is geese, should juice be jeez?

picante's avatar

Is one of my nieces a noose?

janbb's avatar

@rebbel Maybe juice should be Christians?

Tropical_Willie's avatar

But jumbo shrimp is still jumbo shrimp ( hundreds of pounds ).

Aesthetic_Mess's avatar

That’s what I’ve been sayin’.
But the English language is just messed up

Zaku's avatar

m00se, I think

Dutchess_III's avatar

What do you call it when you have more than one mouse for a computer….? I was wondering about this the other day. There are a ton in the back at work and I want to put them all in one box and store them….but how do I convey this to my coworkers? “I’m putting all the computer mouses/mice/meeses in a box”?

tranquilsea's avatar

I’d call them computer mice.

rebbel's avatar

@Dutchess_III “Several pointing devices that function by detecting two-dimensional motion relative to their supporting surface.”
Or mys.

Dutchess_III's avatar

@tranquilsea .. “The mice are in the box….”

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