So to start things off, I know that the proper past tense of the word arrive would be the word arrived.
And that sounds fine for me if you are singularly referring to yourself, such as:
I have arrived at my home.
But when I try to use the word to refer to a group of people, such as:
We have arrived at our home.
It just peeves me for some reason. It feels more natural to say:
We arrove at our home.
We have arriven at our home.
They both feel far more natural to me than arrived does for some reason. Wiktionary lists arrove as a non-standard alternative to arrived, which indicates that at least some other people have felt the same way. How frequently are arrove or arriven used? What region(s) does this dialect belong to?
Me from the future: To anyone interested, I have discovered that Google Docs recognizes 'arriven' as a word but not 'arrove'