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My daughter now has her own bedroom. She doesn't want her sister to come in. She has made a sign.

"No Paiges Allowed!"

What is the correct apostrophy use on "Paiges" when I want to refer to multiple people of the same name?

EDIT: Follow up question: what if it was "No Chrisss Allowed!"?

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    Apostrophes have no place in simple plurals. Apostrophes are only for when letters are omitted, and for possessives (but not possessive pronouns). – Andrew Leach Mar 3 '20 at 21:33
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    If the name is "Paige" your quote is correct. – Davo Mar 3 '20 at 22:06
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    You asked "EDIT: Follow up question: what if it was "No Chrisss Allowed!"?" I have not seen the name "Chriss", but the plural is Chrisses - Compare Lioness -> Lionesses. – Greybeard Mar 3 '20 at 23:14

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