ablative



ablative defined in 1939 year

ablative - Ablative;
ablative - Grammatical term. It is a case, in the original Indo-European language, used to signify motion from, origin, comparison or the agent. It has survived in Sanskrit and Latin: in Greek its place is supplied by the genitive, in other languages by prepositions. The Latin name is ablativus casus, the case connected with taking away.

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