What is the nominative plural of Mercator?

The noun Mercator can be countable or uncountable. However, in more specific contexts, the plural form can also be Mercators e.g. in reference to various types of Mercators or a collection of Mercators.

Is Mercatorem nominative or accusative?

Nominative and Accusative endings

servum accusative singular second declension
servos accusative plural second declension
mercatorem accusative singular third declension
mercatores accusative plural third declension

What declension is Villa?


Singular Plural
Nominative Villa Villae
Genitive Villae Villarum
Dative Villae Villis
Accusative Villam Villas

What is the meaning of Mercator in English?

noting, pertaining to, or according to the principles of a Mercator projection. a Mercator chart.

Is Mercator third-declension?

Third-declension noun.

What case is Mercatorem?

NOM. mercator mercatores
GEN. mercatoris mercatorum
DAT. mercatori mercatoribus
ACC. mercatorem mercatores

What language is the word Nova?

This word comes directly from the Latin nova, the feminine singular adjective of the Latin novus meaning new. This is often used with stella meaning star to describe a new star that has never been seen before. Novas were not distinguished from supernovas, or supernovae until the 1930s.

Why is the Mercator map distorted?

Conformal projections preserve angles around all locations. Because the linear scale of a Mercator map increases with latitude, it distorts the size of geographical objects far from the equator and conveys a distorted perception of the overall geometry of the planet.