From Pluralpedia, the collaborative plurality dictionary
complural (n., adj.)
The complural flag by the Rusanya Collective
Synonymscomplur (n., adj.)
Applies tosystems, system functions

Complural, or complur, is a term for plurals who are extremely complex. This includes (but doesn't require/limit to) having:

The word complural comes from a mix of the words complex and plural.

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The term was coined by Pluralpedia user Wrmsys on xyr Tumblr on August 27, 2023.[1] The flag was created by the Rusanya Collective on August 30, 2023.[2]

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