Elsewhere, in the paradigms of lexemes such as nominative singular rikaz 'rich' and ambaz 'tooth', the final -o, along with an alternation in the stem shape, serves to discriminate the genitive
singular from the nominative singular form, i.e., genitive
singular rikko and ambo.
Nominalizations, Double Genitives
and Possessives: Evidence for the DP-Hypothesis in Serbian
53-107), contains the following topics: i) In the language of his grammar, Panini presupposes that the students have native-speaker knowledge of common Sanskrit usage, and interpretation rules such as Astadhyayi 1.1.49 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.
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.
Patents have become a driving force behind intensive genitive
engineering research and every other day new and modified forms of plants and animals are appearing.
For example, buyer is expressed by nominative case as well as by dative case without preposition; seller is expressed by genitive
case with preposition as well as nominative case.
For publick Demonstrations of 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.