All my TOES are equally long (FYI I am a lemur)
There are plural temples but each one gets an equal amount of bamboo.
equivalent : usually in the mathematical sense, but can also be used figuratively, "He's as good as dead!" "Your lies are tantamount to treason, and I'll see you hanged!!" This is closer to the non-judgemental 同じ than it is to the moralistic 公平 （fair)
plural ★★★☆☆ SUF
SUFFIX . . . actually, it's one of TWO Japanese suffixes that both mean 'plural.' 等 is kind of a more macho suffix than 達(たち）, and it's ONLY used in the following words : 彼等： かれら(them)
. . . .and あいつ等：あいつら (those clowns) . . . and 奴等：やつら (those assholes over there)
et cetera. ★★☆☆☆ FP
impartial, even-steven. (to cut the cake into equal pieces, to treat your adopted kids and your biological kids equally)
|第||rank or number in series||YOUNGER BROTHER||弟|
My YOUNGER BROTHER comes after me in our family series.
According to the U.S. Constitution, all TEMPLES are equivalent.- Congress shall pass no law and etc.
公平 平等 等量 同等 均等 等しい
~等 あいつ等 彼等 奴等 達 仲間達 人達 子供達