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The plural of “mons pubis”, as attested in the Oxford English Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, Wiktionary, and whatever, is “montes pubis”. … But the plural genitive of nounal pūbes is not pūbis; it is pūbum. So why is the plural phrase not “montes pubum”? …
asked Oct 31 '18 by user3048