What’s The Plural Of Condominium?

Wednesday’s post was entitled “Condominiums And The California Corporate Securities Law“. Today’s post concerns whether I used the proper plural form of “condominium”.  “Condominium” is derived from the Latin words, cum and dominium. Cum means with or together and dominium means right of ownership. Dominium is a neuter noun in the Latin Second Declension, meaning that its plural form is formed by substituting “a” for “um”. Thus, as the District of Columbia Circuit Court of Appeals observed:  To the purist who winces when Latin is misused, the plural of condominium is condominia.     Read the article…………….

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