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 Translation for 'ablative case' from English to Finnish
SYNO ablative | ablative case
kiel.
ablatiivi {noun}
ablative case
Partial Matches
kiel.
ablatiivi {noun}
ablative
kiel.
sijamuoto {noun}
case
matkailu
matkalaukku {noun}
case
oikeust.
ennakkotapaus {noun}
precedential case
erityistapaus {noun}special case
tieto.
käyttötapaus {noun}
use case
kiel.
adessiivi {noun}
adessive case
kiel.
genetiivi {noun}
genitiv case
kiel.
partitiivi {noun}
partitive case
kiel.
akkusatiivi {noun}
accusative case
kiel.
allatiivi {noun}
allative case
kiel.
nominatiivi {noun}
nominative case
kiel.
datiivi {noun}
dative case
kiel.
inessiivi {noun}
inessive case
huonekal
lasikaappi {noun}
show-case
penaali {noun}pencil case
kiel.
illatiivi {noun}
illative case
kiel.
essiivi {noun}
essive case
kiel.
elatiivi {noun}
elative case
kiel.
abessiivi {noun}
abessive case
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Usage Examples English
  • The common element of all the names are the two cases of "res militaris" (nominative case): "rei militaris" (genitive case) and "re militari" (ablative case).
  • There is marginal occurrence of subjects taking ablative case as well.
  • Further cases mean "of" (genitive case), "to/for" (dative case), and "with" (ablative case).
  • The ablative case is used to indicate the agent in passive sentences, or the instrument, manner, or place of the action described by the verb.
  • An idiomatic superlative form using "episi" (“all”) in the ablative case is also possible.

  • The genitive takes the case marker of the argument's function, such that the genitive is marked with the ablative case before a postposition.
  • The ablative case in Latin ("cāsus ablātīvus") appears in various grammatical constructions, including following various prepositions, in an ablative absolute clause, and adverbially.
  • Its ablative case is " [...] ", meaning "in good faith", which is often used as an adjective to mean "genuine".
  • " is the actual Latin word; however, "faciē" is in fact the ablative case of "faciēs", a fifth declension Latin noun.
  • In Latin, the agent of a passive sentence (if indicated) is expressed using a noun in the ablative case, in this case [...] (the ablative of [...]).

  • Bede says that Ninian (whose name he only renders in the ablative case "Nynia") was a Briton who had been instructed in Rome; that he made his church of stone, which was unusual among the Britons; that his episcopal see was named after Saint Martin of Tours; that he preached to and converted the southern Picts; that his base was in a place called "Ad Candidam Casam", which was in the province of the Bernicians; and that he was buried there, along with many other saints.
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