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I'm trying to write a list of features available in my product, and I'm confused what the title should be:

Should I say "Features List" (features are plural) or "Feature List" (feature is singular).

Thanks in advance.

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You may also find other helpful answers in this one. –  KitFox May 7 '13 at 13:46
    
@KitFox: I don't think it's a duplicate, the rule of <singular-noun> <plural-noun> does not answer my question at all. However, the answer in the question in your comment does, so I think it would be better if you mark the one in your comment as the duplicate. –  Tamer Shlash May 7 '13 at 13:59
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@KitFox, It doesn't appear duplicate to me. Tamer Shlash: "Feature List" appears correct to me, because it denotes a list of features, whereas "Features List" (if at all anyone used it), would tend to denote some sort of a list for each feature, wouldn't it? –  Pradyumna May 7 '13 at 14:07
    
@Pradyumna: I'm not a native English speaker, so I can't "taste" the language :) –  Tamer Shlash May 7 '13 at 14:14
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marked as duplicate by KitFox May 7 '13 at 16:35

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Either one is fine, but you can make it shorter by saying only "FEATURES". Readers will see that it's a list, so the word is superfluous.

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