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Which style of Latin When a word has both English and 'Latin' plurals, which style should I use?

Many Latin'Latin' words in English have both Latin-style plurals and English-style plurals:

  • referendum – referendums, referenda.
  • minimum – minimums, minima.
  • gymnasium – gymnasiums, gymnasia.
  • aquarium – aquariums, aquaria.
  • amoeba – amoebas, amoebae.
  • antenna – antennas, antennae.
  • formula – formulas, formulae.
  • index – indexes, indices.
  • appendix – appendixes, appendices.

In technical language, generally, Latin-style is the only proper form of Latin plurals.

In all other contexts where both Latin-style and English-style are proper, which style of Latin pluralsplural should I use?

Which style of Latin plurals should I use?

Many Latin words in English have both Latin-style plurals and English-style plurals:

  • referendum – referendums, referenda.
  • minimum – minimums, minima.
  • gymnasium – gymnasiums, gymnasia.
  • aquarium – aquariums, aquaria.
  • amoeba – amoebas, amoebae.
  • antenna – antennas, antennae.
  • formula – formulas, formulae.
  • index – indexes, indices.
  • appendix – appendixes, appendices.

In technical language, generally, Latin-style is the only proper form of Latin plurals.

In all other contexts where both Latin-style and English-style are proper, which style of Latin plurals should I use?

When a word has both English and 'Latin' plurals, which style should I use?

Many 'Latin' words in English have both Latin-style plurals and English-style plurals:

  • referendum – referendums, referenda.
  • minimum – minimums, minima.
  • gymnasium – gymnasiums, gymnasia.
  • aquarium – aquariums, aquaria.
  • amoeba – amoebas, amoebae.
  • antenna – antennas, antennae.
  • formula – formulas, formulae.
  • index – indexes, indices.
  • appendix – appendixes, appendices.

In technical language, generally, Latin-style is the only proper form of Latin plurals.

In all other contexts where both Latin-style and English-style are proper, which style of plural should I use?

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