noun, plural plu·ral·i·ties.
the excess of votes received by the leading candidate, in an election in which
there are three or more candidates, over those received by the next candidate ( distinguished from majority
more than half of the whole; the majority.
a number greater than one.
fact of being numerous.
a large number; multitude.
state or fact of being plural.
7. Ecclesiastical. a.
the holding by one person of two or more benefices at the same time; pluralism.
any of the benefices so held.
Origin: 1325–75; Middle English pluralite Related forms
< Old French
< Late Latin plūrālitās.
non·plu·ral·i·ty, noun, plural non·plu·ral·i·ties.
is always a great word to know.
So is gobo. Does it mean: