From pendulum, by analogy with Latin second declension nouns, such as bacterium/bacteria, though Latin pendulum is the neuter singular form of the adjective pendulus, whose neuter plural is pendula.
- (rare) Plural form of pendulum
The form pendulums is significantly more common than pendula; however, pendula is occasionally used in physics, particularly in the phrase coupled pendula.
- feminine form of pendulo
- nominative feminine singular of pendulus
- nominative neuter plural of pendulus
- accusative neuter plural of pendulus
- vocative neuter plural of pendulus
Last modified on 17 June 2013, at 20:27
- vocative feminine singular of pendulus