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But tria Pascha is evidence that Vossius at least preferred to use a plural form identical to the singular when the word is neuter (and not given the stem Paschat-). … So the following evidence does not establish the existence of a specifically first-declension neuter plural ending -a for adjectives of this type. …
answered May 7 '19 by Asteroides
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(This is only a partial answer; I need to look at some more sources to check what I say here. Also, I'm not a professional or expert, so don't get your inscription made right after reading this post!) …
answered Apr 29 '19 by Asteroides