Number is a grammatical category which distinguishes whether a word is singular (sg) or plural (pl).

A collective noun is a noun that has a plurality of members but is singular in spelling; i.e. flock, class, herd, etc.   cf. cardinal and ordinal

Both masculine and feminine nouns in Hebrew can be “dual.”

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