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Apostrophes on Chrismas Greeting Cards

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    aenoss88posted 5 years ago

    Warm Wishes from the ___________

    Noss is my last name... the card will be from myself, my husband and our children.  On the front of the card it will read          Warm wishes for the ___________   
    is it Noss' or Nosses or Noss's
    They all look weird I hope someone can help me soon!!

    1. livelonger profile image91
      livelongerposted 5 years ago in reply to this

      Warm Wishes from the Noss Family smile

      I think "Warm wishes from the Nosses" is grammatically correct, as odd as it may look. Noss' and Noss's are not correct.

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        Chasukposted 5 years ago in reply to this

        Livelonger is 100% correct.

      2. CarolineChicago profile image80
        CarolineChicagoposted 5 years ago in reply to this

        Yes, livelonger is correct. The apostrophe on Noss' refers to a family possession. "Warm wishes from the Noss' house" for instance (if your house would like to send warm wishes).

        Since my last name is Andrew (no "s"), I don't like sending cards "from the Andrews" since so many people get our last name wrong as it is. So, I send "from the Andrew Family." It works well--and it looks good, as will "from the Noss Family."

  2. thirdmillenium profile image72
    thirdmilleniumposted 5 years ago

    Good that grammar is not a  weak point among Hubbers. It is Nosses