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nominative case


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  • n. The case used to indicate the subject—or agent—of a finite verb.
  • n. The subject of a verb.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • n. the category of nouns serving as the grammatical subject of a verb


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  • I beg the indulgence of Latinate readers, who will find some Latin words kept in the nominative case when vocative, dative, or other cases are in actual fact correct; and who will find family names, especially in the first half of the book, Anglicized in the plural.

    The First Man in Rome


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