Phenomenon vs. Phenomena

phenomenon – definition of phenomenon by the Free Online Link

Usage Note:

Phenomenon ~ 

the only singular form of this noun

Phenomena ~

the usual plural.

Phenomenons may also be used as the plural in nonscientific writing when…

the meaning is “extraordinary things, occurrences, or persons”:

They were phenomenons in the history of music.


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