49 sasthi sthaneyoga, which provides the genitive
with the technical meaning 'in place of', are invoked only when there is doubt in the relation the genitive
case signifies, ii) Since the purpose of language use from a speaker's perspective is that another person understands the meaning the speaker wishes to convey, a speech unit should be caused by a meaning and not vice versa.
Some speakers allow the suffix -n- together with the following local case markers also to be compounded with the genitive
(although such forms normally do not occur in speech due to their excessive complexity):
To sum up our discussion so far, it appears that while some herb names are clearly compounds (especially noun-noun compounds), the status of many others--in particular of those whose modifiers are adjectives, prepositional phrases or genitive
of species and subspecies nomina derived from personal names should not be emended.
First, we capture all pairs (head, dependent) with PoS-tag of the "head" part equal to "VERB" and with a certain grammatical case of the "dependent" part, say, "gent" for the genitive
Case in Dutch and German: A Study of Morphosyntactic Change in Codified Languages
Special attention is given to the genitive
construction and the NP of characterization.
When epithets of the name-giving taxa occur, they must be in the genitive
, if they are declinable.
I am interested in Foucault's definition of the genitive
, but not enough to look it up.
The two infixes form five functions as the examp/es show: 1) the haq `the rzght path': The constituents are nouns and the infix -e- represents the genitive
marker 2) sah ib-e- I/rn `scho/ar': The constituents are nouns and the infix -e- represents the agentive partic/e va/a which a/so shows possession `someone having something' 3) da/at-e-a/ija `h/gh court': The constituents are noun and adjective and the infix only /inks the constituents phono/ogica/y 4)jJ-o-rasux
The aim was to find out which words for 'human being' prefer the nominative forms mina and ma 'I' and which prefer the genitive
forms minu and mu 'my' among their three left collocates.
Instead, the dictionary provides the ending of the noun in the genitive
case, as these endings are often problematic for users.