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    What's the plural of Rosemary.....?

    ....if Rosemary and Rosemary are people?

    Or for that matter, what is the plural of Hail Mary?

    Your opinions would be appreciated

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    Re: What's the plural of Rosemary.....?

    I'd call them the Rosemaries. I belive 'Hail Marys' is the normal plural.

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