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Crystalnite;8232654 said:In case anyone was wondering, ether comes from the Latin aether which means "sky" or "heaven." Since aether is a neuter noun and heaven is commonly put in plural form (by the Romans long ago and by modern speakers of various languages) and words borrowed from Latin commonly use Latin plural forms (i.e. datum>data, matrix>matrices, cervix>cervices, alumnus>alumni, etc.[= et cetera, which means "and the rest"]), the word "ethera" is legit.