So why is the adjective plural? Is the word for water plural already, because it's an uncountable quantity of something? I mean, because you can't count pieces of water.
Not exactly because it is uncountable, not all uncountable nouns have this property. But yes, it's true that מים is plural and has no singular form.
Yes exactly :)
So מים is already plural! I didn't notice, תודה! And yes, the water is soo tasty!
So then, how would you say, "tasty waters"?
How do you pronounce ט֫ימים? Tayeemyeem? Lol
Is water plural? There is an English word waters.
Water is tasty, especially when you don't have it, for example, lost in some arid area..
For 40 years...