What is the plural of "tornado"?


The plural form of "tornado" is "tornados" or "tornadoes." The word dates back to about 1550 A.D. and comes from the Spanish word "tronada," which means "thunderstorm."

The word "tornado" is also derived from the Latin word "tonare," which means "to thunder." A tornado is a violent and destructive windstorm that occurs on land and consists of a funnel-shaped cloud. These storms are especially prevalent in the Midwest. In Africa, the word is commonly used to describe a violent whirlwind that typically occurs in the summer. "Tornado" may also be used to describe a violent outburst of activity or emotion.

Q&A Related to "What is the plural of "tornado"?"
To be plural or to not be plural, it all depends on how many items there are. If there is only one item, then this is singular. If you have more than one item, then it is plural.
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