Genitive

  • (adj): Serving to express or indicate possession.
    Example: "The genitive endings"
    Synonyms: possessive
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Some articles on genitive, genitives:

Luwians - Luwian Possessive Adjectives
... Where Hittite allows the classically Indo-European suffix -as for the singular genitive and -an for the plural genitive, the "canonical" Luwian as used in cuneiform employed instead a possessive ... texts in hieroglyphic transmission they compete with the inherited genitives ...
Archaic Dutch Declension - Usage of The Dutch Case System - Genitive
... The genitive (tweede naamval) is used in following cases As a possessive 's mans hoed (an archaic expression the man's hat), Peters vriend (Peter's friend) As a generalising attribute Zoon des ...
History Of Polish - Changes in Grammar - Declension - Nouns - Genitive
... ending -ej, used in the declension of pronouns, was applied to all nouns in genitive and dative and to feminine nouns in the locative if a noun had an old stem ending in -ja- paniej ...
Adverbial Genitive
... In grammar, an adverbial genitive is a noun declined in the genitive case that functions as an adverb ...
Genitive Connector
... Genitive connector is a term used in grammatical contexts of several languages and especially the Bantu languages to denote special word categories ... therefore be achieved through the use of these genitive connectors ... Example of a chain formed through compounding by conjunction by use of genitive connector Mayai ya kuku wa kienyeji ...

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