Morphology gets the least attention as only 3 out of the 23 are true morphological features (declination of agent nouns, use of the supine abessive
form -mot and outer locative cases).
Abbreviations 1, 2, 3 first, second, third person ABE abessive
ADE adessive ADJ adjective ALL allative CLC clitic COM comitative COND conditional dINF da-infinitive EL elative ESS essive FEM female GEN genetive GER gerund ILL illative IMP imperative IMPS impersonal INE inessive JUSS jussive mINF ma-infinitive NEG negation marker PL plural POSTP postposition PRCL particle PRS present PRTV partitive PST simple past PRTCP presnt participle PTCP past participle Q question marker QUOT quotative SG singular TRM terminative TRNSL translative
The language reform also proposed new case forms of the ma-infinitive--in addition to the old local and abessive
The eleven 'semantic' case forms of an Estonian nominal (illative, inessive, elative, allative, adessive, ablative, translative, terminative, essive, abessive
and comitative) are all based on the corresponding genitives, as illustrated in table 3.
Renvall): Essive * Essive * Essive Essive Factive Factive Factive Translative Illative Illative Illative Illative Inessive Inessive Inessive Inessive Elative Elative Elative Elative Allative Allative Allative Allative Adessive Adessive Adessive Adessive Ablative Ablative Ablative Ablative Caritive Caritive * Abessive Abessive
* Instrumental * Comitative Comitative * Terminative
above), which is clear from their morphological analysis (-(o)n + -tem, abessive
suffix of adjectives).