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Comments on Profile Post by notswipe

  1. DutchBartje
    DutchBartje
    Only some words of Latin extraction ending in -us, which were second declension nouns in Latin, take -i as plural.

    Walrus comes from Dutch, and is akin to Danish and Norwegian hvalros. It is not a Latin second declension noun, so there is no reason it would be pluralized with -i.

    The plural of walrus is walruses.
    Mar 31, 2017
  2. DutchBartje
    DutchBartje
    WobbleWalrus is the real expert, no doubt about that.
    Mar 31, 2017
  3. WobbleWalrus
    WobbleWalrus
    Dutch next time you copy and paste don't do it from the first result of a google search lol.
    #exposed#rekt
    Now for the answer, it's whatever you want man. Personally I prefer Walripidi but you do you.
    Mar 31, 2017
  4. notswipe
    notswipe
    kk whales it is
    Mar 31, 2017
  5. DutchBartje
    DutchBartje
    WobbleWalrus, it was the second. .-.
    Mar 31, 2017