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Definition of the noun ablative case
What does ablative case mean as a name of something?
- the case indicating the agent in passive sentences or the instrument or manner or place of the action described by the verb
Alternative definition of the noun ablative case
- [grammar]: case used in some languages to indicate movement 'away from' something, removal, separation, source. It corresponds roughly to the English prepositions "from", "away from", and "concerning".
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A compendious grammar of the Egyptian language. With an appendix consisting of the Rudiments of a dictionary of the ancient Egyptian language in the enchorial character, 3 by T. Young (1863)
The Ablative Case. 29. This case sometimes takes the prefix м, N or È, as FNOBF NtM, from all sin. Sah. ETTNOyTE, from God. R Пмoкмек. from the thoughts. Sah.
Dictionary of Volapük (1889)
Volapük-English, English-Volapük by Marshall William Wood
Kimufal: ablative case (gram.) Kimufalbn : to put in the ablative case.
The Edinburgh Encyclopaedia (1832)
The Ablative case of the Latin language has been often considered as possessing a variety of powers. Sometimes one of these, sometimes another, has been selected as its original characteristic. Those who first assigned this case its present ...
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Ablative case Meaning
Video shows what ablative case means. A case used in some languages to indicate movement away from something, removal, separation, source.
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