Re: Word used more than once
|From:||João Ricardo de Mendonça <somnicorvus@...>|
|Date:||Monday, May 22, 2006, 19:24|
On 5/22/06, Joe <joe@...> wrote:
> João Ricardo de Mendonça wrote:
> > Like Western Romance languages, which take their plural forms from the
> > Latin accusative. So Latin filias (acc.) gave Spanish hijas and
> > Portuguese filhas (no case).
> I take it you're using Western Romance to exclude Italian there? The
> Italian plural being 'figli'.
Yes, that was the point. And also Romanian. And Sardinian. :-)