It [duh] can be constructed (a) with the subject of the milker and the direct object which refers (i) to the animal being milked (cow or cow substitute) or to the relevant body part (udder), or (ii) to the substance obtained by milking (milk or milk substitute, in particular, Soma); (P) with the subject of the cow (or cow substitute) and the accusative
of milk etc.
The overall conclusion, for structural Case assignment in Pashto monotransitive constructions, is that -features agreement between the functional head T and a nominal results in assigning nominative Case to that nominal while - features agreement between the functional head small or Voice (depending on tense) and a nominal results in assigning accusative
Case to that nominal.
In Sabellian, the attested accusatives
of singular personal pronouns include the Volscian miom, Umbrian and South Picene tiom and Oscan siom (Rix, La lingua, 231, n.
Interestingly enough, dative is realized inflectionally on [+M-Case] NPs, whilst [-M-Case] NPs take the preposition la + accusative
I suggest mores non uescitur altos, 'does not feed on lofty characters'; uescor would be used with the accusative
, a rare construction but firmly found in elegy at Tibullus 2.
The two variants: the nominative and the accusative
of the personal-pronoun subject.
A good example about it lies in her interpretations of the following sentences in Tundra Nenets: with a nominative object (5) and with an accusative
object (6) ([TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII.
11 as support for taking the instrumental as semantically governing the accusatives
here, but they take the accusatives
as syntactically dependent on caxri-.
Very striking is the use of nominative forms for emphatic accusatives
matam in the OB version clearly shows that the text uses the construction with two accusatives
Explicitly masculine grammar is shown by an article in Berks S529, by adjectives in Berks S605 and two features in SE Surrey S528(i), in the latter reinforced by endingless accusatives
834), the place-name accusatives
rupiname and tra sahta are translated as locatives.