Plurale Tantum
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Plurale Tantum
See also: Pluraletantum

English

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Etymology

From Latin plurale tantum ("plural as such, plural only").

Pronunciation

  • IPA(key): /pl?le't?nt?m/
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Noun

plurale tantum (plural pluralia tantum)

  1. (grammar) A noun (in any specific sense) that has no singular form, such as scissors (in most usage).
    Roger wasn't sure whether "jeans" was a true plurale tantum, since the word "jean" exists and describes a type of cloth.

Translations

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Latin

Noun

plurale tantum n (genitive pluralis tantum); third declension

  1. plurale tantum

Declension

Third-declension noun (neuter, "pure" i-stem) with an indeclinable portion.


Portuguese

Noun

plurale tantum m (plural pluralia tanta)

  1. (grammar) plurale tantum (a noun without a singular form)

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