There is a certain common word in English language (say XYZ
) such that prefixing it with a letter A
creates a new word (AXYZ
) that is a plural of another valid English word.
Find it - preferably with pen, paper and your knowledge only.
There is a possibility for several answers...
(In reply to re: Eureka!
by Ady TZIDON)
Nothing in the problem requires XYZ to be a noun. Ady, please correct your criticism of Jer's very valid answer, AHAS.