What does “erant” mean? erant is latin?

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  • Standing alone, it does mean 'they were', but it is also used to form the past perfect tense, passive voice. Where in English we would say 'They had been heard', Latin would have 'Auditi erant'. Used with a past participle, it actually translates to 'they had'.

  • That's THEY WERE in the imperfect tense, which is our past tense. You see the ERANT alone because they don't need to put THEY along. so THEY WERE is in one word ERANT.

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