Definition of Accusatival. Meaning of Accusatival. Synonyms of Accusatival

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Definition of Accusatival

Accusatival
Accusatival Ac*cu`sa*ti"val, a. Pertaining to the accusative case.

Meaning of Accusatival from wikipedia

- The accusative case (abbreviated ACC) is a linguistics term for a grammatical case relating to how some languages typically mark a direct object of a transitive...
- The accusative absolute is a grammatical construction found in some languages. It is an absolute construction found in the accusative case. In ancient...
- In linguistic typology, nominative–accusative alignment is a type of morphosyntactic alignment in which subjects of intransitive verbs are treated like...
- In grammar, accusative and infinitive is the name for a syntactic construction of Latin and Gr****, also found in various forms in other languages such...
- the Semitic modern Aramaic languages. This is in contrast to nominative–accusative alignment, which is observed in English and most other Indo-European languages...
- with the accusative (comparable to the oblique or disjunctive in some other languages): I (accusative me), we (accusative us), he (accusative him), she...
- still have three cases, which are simplified forms of the nominative, accusative and genitive cases. They are used with personal pronouns: subjective case...
- modern English grammarians, where it supplanted Old English's dative and accusative. When the two terms are contrasted, they differ in the ability of a word...
- grammatical system of a language. This is in contrast with nominative-accusative and ergative-absolutive alignment languages, in which the argument of...
- genitive and accusative are easily distinguishable from each other, e.g., kuä'cǩǩmi "eagles' (genitive plural)" and kuä'cǩǩmid "eagles (accusative plural)"...
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