adessive\ case

adessive\ case
alalütlev kääne, adessiiv

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  • Adessive case — In Finno Ugric languages, such as Finnish, Estonian and Hungarian, the adessive case (from Latin adesse to be present ) is the fourth of the locative cases with the basic meaning of on . For example, Estonian laud (table) and laual (on the table) …   Wikipedia

  • adessive case — noun A noun case used to indicate adjacent location. In English, this is usually expressed by the prepositions near, at, or by, as in by the house. Languages that use the adessive case include Finnish, Hungarian, Estonian, Lezgi and Lithuanian …   Wiktionary

  • adessive — 1. adjective of or relating to the grammatical case that in some languages indicates adjacent location. 2. noun the adessive case, or a word in that case …   Wiktionary

  • case — Synonyms and related words: Bible truth, Smyth sewing, abessive, ablative, absolute fact, accepted fact, accusative, action, actual fact, adessive, admitted fact, afghan, alien, allative, ammunition box, anyhow, anyway, apoplectic, approximative …   Moby Thesaurus

  • adessive — /ad es iv/, Gram. adj. 1. locative. n. 2. the locative case. [1855 60; < L adess(e) to be present (ad AD + esse to be) + IVE] * * * …   Universalium

  • adessive — (ˈ)a|desiv adjective Etymology: Latin adesse + English ive of a grammatical case : denoting presence at a place used especially in Finnish and Hungarian grammar …   Useful english dictionary

  • Ablative case — In linguistics, ablative case (abbreviated ABL) is a name given to cases in various languages whose common characteristic is that they mark motion away from something, though the details in each language may differ. The name ablative is derived… …   Wikipedia

  • Instrumental case — The instrumental case (also called the eighth case ) is a grammatical case used to indicate that a noun is the instrument or means by or with which the subject achieves or accomplishes an action. The noun may be either a physical object or an… …   Wikipedia

  • Allative case — (abbreviated ALL, from Latin allāt , afferre to bring to ) is a type of the locative cases used in several languages. The term allative is generally used for the lative case in the majority of languages which do not make finer… …   Wikipedia

  • Illative case — in the Finno Ugric languages= Illative (from Latin illatus brought in ) is, in the Finnish language, Estonian language and the Hungarian language, the third of the locative cases with the basic meaning of into (the inside of) .An example from… …   Wikipedia

  • Inessive case — (from Latin inesse to be in or at ) is a locative grammatical case. This case carries the basic meaning of in : for example, in the house is talo·ssa in Finnish, maja·s in Estonian, etxea·n in Basque, nam·e in Lithuanian and ház·ban in… …   Wikipedia