So do 10-year-old boys make word-plays about liking corpses?
I too was surprised to find that 'liket' was the word for a corpse.
It shares its origin with the English word lich, which means corpse and is nowadays used in fantasy fiction.
Iv never heard of that word!
Also Dutch lijk and German Leiche.
So, what would be plural form from liket? Liker?
The indefinite plural is "lik".
Thanks! And the definitive is likene, right?
Yes, "likene" or "lika".