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nominoaccusative

Definitions

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  • adj. Of or pertaining to both the nominative and accusative cases at once, capable of conveying either the subject or direct object of the verb.

Etymologies

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nomino- +‎ accusative

Examples

  • Likewise, "for her son" necessarily requires the noun to be declined in a dative or genitive, but instead, clen is entirely unmarked, signalling the default nominoaccusative case, used for the subject or direct object of an Etruscan sentence.

    Archive 2007-07-01

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