- plural of
- Although both ‐æ and ‐ae are normally used as plural forms in English, they are occasionally used as singular forms within the dative case or genitive case. Notably in the phrase ‘lapsus linguae’.
Declined forms of -us (suffix forming adjectives).
- nominative feminine plural of
- genitive feminine singular of
- dative feminine singular of
- vocative feminine plural of
Declined forms of -a (suffix forming masculine agent nouns).
- Obsolete spelling of