Haes?

john abshire

Well-Known Member
Is haec correct for Neuter accusative plural or is it haes.
Nominative plural is haec.
Online dictionary has haes. I am hoping this is a mistake.
I have run across ad haec in a passage, and think it must be “to these” , with haec in accusative.
?
Edit; corrected to neuter plural
 
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Bitmap

Civis Illustris
In the neuter, the accusative is always the same as the nominative.
 

Etaoin Shrdlu

μεσσηγυδορποχέστης
That does not link to a page showing the word. What precise terms did you enter into which precise field?
 

john abshire

Well-Known Member
That does not link to a page showing the word. What precise terms did you enter into which precise field?
When you get the webpage up, using the link, type in hic.
That will give you a page with the definition, and there will be an option for “derived forms” or equivalent.
On that page, will be the familiar table with gender, case, and number.
Neuter, plural, accusative is haes, not haec.
 

Bitmap

Civis Illustris
The word "haes" does not exist in Latin.

The neuter plural of hoc is haec.
 

Etaoin Shrdlu

μεσσηγυδορποχέστης
When you get the webpage up, using the link, type in hic.
That will give you a page with the definition, and there will be an option for “derived forms” or equivalent.
On that page, will be the familiar table with gender, case, and number.
Neuter, plural, accusative is haes, not haec.
I did. I do not see the form. Can you do a screenshot?
 

Terry S.

Quaestor
Staff member
I think it's a good site, I never knew hibus existed. Probably there's a way to report the typo.
I see the way to contact them is via Facebook. I'm not on Facebook or I'd do it.
 
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