similative


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similative

(ˈsɪmɪlətɪv)
adj
(Grammar) grammar implying likeness
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First, because they entail figurative extension of meaning but at the same time they can be brought back to Plag's checklist of semantic patterns (largely thanks to the Similative pattern), that is to say, the literal senses and their figurative extensions are transferred from base to derived term by what we called pattern A above.
Clauses expressing manner are marked by the similative case endig se, as in (16), where the case clitic is attached to the verb.
The more experience a person has in grasping that it is normative in God's world for artworks to transform dissimilars into a similative surprise (N.