i got mixed up between pigen and then for some reason i wrote pigs instead of ducks...
No, "and" (duck) just has an irregular plural form. Just remember this for "and". Most other words starting with an "a" will not change.
It is very proper English. So intensely British that barely anyone says it like that, but still proper.
The four forms are:
- en and - a duck
- anden - the duck (singular definite forms always end on -en or -et)
- ænder - ducks
- ænderne - the ducks (plural definite forms always end on -ne)