What is the multi-form of status? ۔
Is it law or law?
Since the plural form of status is published, it is usually in English.
1. Status (tall u) is the correct Latin plural (December 4 instead of December 2)
2. Status (long u) is a rare collection form (OED) in English. (And it's true: I encourage everyone to include it in the conversation without attracting outside attention.)
3. City in Latin is not a correct combination, but in English it is very common.
4. The condition is not the correct plural form in Latin, but it is a correct linguistic plural and is also the most common in English.
Thus, we are presented with a cess (very democratic) that can be in the form of legislation or legislation.