• collectively
  • In the Dutch Republic, the members of the ruling class, not formally hereditary but forming a de facto patrician class, were informally known collectively as regenten (the Dutch plural for regent) because they typically held positions as "regent" on the boards of town councils, as well as charitable and civic institutions. (wikipedia.org)
  • given
  • Similarly former Fed chairman shocked the financial world by announcing that his years at the Federal Reserve cemented his long-held view of gold as an important asset allocation for the times given governments' (note the plural) predilection to print money. (goldseek.com)
  • word
  • In Bemba, the word "miombo" is the plural of the word "muombo", which is the specific name for the species Brachystegia longifolia. (wikipedia.org)
  • its plural haredim appears in Isaiah 66:5) and is translated as "[one who] trembles" at the word of God. (wikipedia.org)
  • common
  • The prefix lu, originally a plural forms of the Bantu languages, is common in the names of parts of coast of river basins or wetlands (examples: Luena, Lucala Lobito) and in this case, refers to the sandbank surrounded by the sea. (wikipedia.org)