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Nouns wanting in the Plural.


Some nouns are ordinarily found in the Singular number only (singulária tantum). These are -

1. Most proper names: as, Caesar, Caesar; Gallia, Gaul.

2. Names of things not counted, but reckoned in mass: as, aurum, [QUERY] áér, air; tríticum, wheat.

3. Abstract nouns: as, ambitió, ambition; fortitúdó, courage; calor, [QUERY]