Definition of Accusative. Meaning of Accusative. Synonyms of Accusative
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Definition of Accusative
AccusativeAccusative Ac*cu"sa*tive, a. [F. accusatif, L. accusativus (in
sense 2), fr. accusare. See Accuse.]
1. Producing accusations; accusatory. ``This hath been a very
accusative age.' --Sir E. Dering.
2. (Gram.) Applied to the case (as the fourth case of Latin
and Greek nouns) which expresses the immediate object on
which the action or influence of a transitive verb
terminates, or the immediate object of motion or tendency
to, expressed by a preposition. It corresponds to the
objective case in English.
Accusative Ac*cu"sa*tive, n. (Gram.)
The accusative case.
Meaning of Accusative from wikipedia
- The accusative
case (abbreviated acc) of a noun is the grammatical
case used to mark the direct object
of a transitive
verb. The same case is used in many...
languages, or nominative languages
have a form of morphosyntactic alignment
in which subjects
- The accusative absolute
is a grammatical construction found
in some languages. It is an absolute construction found
in the accusative
case. In ancient...
are simplified forms
of the nominative, accusative
cases. They are used with personal
- with the accusative
(comparable to the oblique
in some other
languages): I (accusative
me), we (accusative
us), he (accusative
- An accusative
verb is a verb that would normally
take a direct object
but can also be used as an intransitive
the meaning being
- from the agent
of a transitive
verb. That is in contrast
languages, such as English
and most other
Indo-European languages, where...
- Jainism, Buddhism
& Sikhism. त्र्यम्बकं tryambakam
= to three-e**** one (accusative
case), त्रि + अम्बकम् = tri + ambakam
+ eye यजामहे yajāmahe =...
" and "dative", these
are functions rather
than morphological cases
English. That is, the form whom may play accusative
- (object). These
languages, or just accusative
are how A/S and O...
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