All Aninara nouns are technically uncountable mass nouns and do not inflect for number; instead, they agglutinate with classifiers--measure words--to express number. The most common measure words are /he/, which roughly means "a unit, an individual," and /ce/, "a group." Hence, singulars and plurals would usually present themselves in the form of "one unit of (noun)" or "one group of (noun)". Though quite different from English plurals, this concept is not totally alien; for example, phrases such as "one head of cattle" and "one piece of advice" exist in English also.
Indefinite - A word on its own
"Humans in general, the abstract concept of humanity"
"Clothing in general"
"Water in general"
Singular: Word+Classifier (-ha, -hi)
"A person" lit. "One unit of human"
"An item of clothing", "One unit of clothing"
"One body of water", lit. "One unit of water"
Countable: Word+Number+Classifier (-ha, -hi)
"Three people" lit. "Three units of human"
"Three items of clothing"
"Three bodies of water" lit. "Three units of water"