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    can anyone explain latin plurals

    Hi everyone, I`m not sure how to write brings(as in bring forth)to in latin for singular its addo, so is plural addere or addidi or additum ? Theres not much help in my 2 dictionaries about plurals, the other one was times, time means tempus but times is it tempora or doesn`t it really matter? Lifts was another one(to lift up) tollo or attolo? Any advice or comments would be helpful, I need them for my musical choral works. Thank you.


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    Re: can anyone explain latin plurals

    This is aforum for queries about Latin. I would try there for an answer : Latin - WordReference Forums

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