Which is the plural word for Arduino: Arduini or Arduinos?


Can anyone help me about the plural word for Arduino: is it Arduini or Arduinos?



It would only be Arduini if the singular was Arduinus.

So I'd go with Arduinos, except I actually spell it with an "e" like potatoes: Arduinoes.

Or cheat: I have one Arduino. And one more. 8)

because Arduino is born in italy, it should follow Italian's syntatic rules... so it remains Arduino if you tink about the name as like a personal name (note the capital letter), arduini if you use as object name. I use both in common speak, but i think first is more correct, as it is a registeered mark

due? ;)

Thank you guys for the explanation :)