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locative

(lŏk`ətĭv) [Lat.,=placing], in the grammar of certain languages (e.g., Sanskrit), the casecase,
in language, one of the several possible forms of a given noun, pronoun, or adjective that indicates its grammatical function (see inflection); in inflected languages it is usually indicated by a series of suffixes attached to a stem, as in Latin amicus,
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 referring to location. Nouns in this case are often translatable into English phrases beginning with at, in, or on.
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Note that despite its weak case status, the idea of an origin of the essive from the Proto-Uralic locative case in *-nA (see e.g.
The next section discusses the origin of the locative suffix /-e/ in Bangla (Chatterji, 1926) and the related image schema.
For example, we know very little about the ways locative media practices relate to privacy, intimacy, and surveillance, and how these experiences play out among same-sex couples and families.
On the one hand, Levin describes a large group of alternations that are all subsumed under the term "locative alternation," which depicts types of alternation that affect arguments within the verb phrase but do not imply a change in the transitivity of the verb.
With the theoretical framework established, the book turns towards the infrastructural foundations of locative media.
We may also treat the current locative participant exocentric synthetic compound as a subtype of non-possessive bahuvrihi compound.
Smith calls it a "utopian" vision of the world: where the locative vision focuses on place, the utopian affirms the value of being in no place.
Figure 3 outlines the scene as follows: ZeroPoint is the origin of the coordinate system (this is a locative, i.e., the observer position); AxisPoint is the point through which the coordinate vector passes (in our case, through the window); Direction is the vector direction (in our case, Forward, i.e., along the coordinate vector direction).
On the other hand, e-literary criticism has gained much from the recent paradigm of ubiquitous and persuasive computing as the e-literary is turned from stationary computers to mobile screen devices and deploys data from locative mobile networks.
In his study of Balinese locatives, similarly to the other authors, I Wayan Arka also observes a cline between arguments and adjuncts.
This variation can be classified as 1) ser in estar contexts in predicate adjectives, 2) estar in ser contexts in predicate adjectives, and 3) ser in locative predicates.
The verb form is associated with a {P;N} sign that has incorporated a tensed locative, as roughly represented in (3):