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It comes from the French aswell [as in the plurality of "pants"], les pantalons but I'm afraid my German is somewhat lacking.
Another interesting one is data which can, of course, be singular and plural (especially when used in physics). Edited 2008-05-08 17:31 UTC
It comes from the French aswell [as in the plurality of "pants"], les pantalons
Although it may originaly be a plural word, we (french people) do say "un pantalon", so no plural here...
Speaking of Dutch, can you guys get with the program regarding your g's and ch's? Also, your diphthongs digust me. <ui> as /2y/ or whatever it is; <ij> as /Ej/? Finish the damn vowel shift already!