accusative defined in 1939 year

accusative - Accusative;
accusative - Grammatical term. It is the name of an original Indo-European case, denoting the immediate object of a transitive verb and answering the question whom? what? It is supposed to be the case used in naming an accused person. The Greeks called it the causing case (aitiatike) as giving the "cause" of the action of the verb. In English it is commonly called the objective case.

near accusative in Knolik

letter "A"
start from "AC"

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