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el·a·tive

 (ĕl′ə-tĭv)
adj.
Of, relating to, or being the grammatical case indicating motion out of a place in some languages, as in Finnish hotellista, "out of the hotel."
n.
1. The elative case.
2. A word or form in the elative case.

[New Latin ēlātīvus : from Latin ēlātus, past participle of efferre, to bring out; see elate + -ive.]

elative

(ˈiːlətɪv)
adj
(Grammar) (in the grammar of Finnish and other languages) denoting a case of nouns expressing a relation of motion or direction, usually translated by the English prepositions out of or away from. Compare illative3
n
(Grammar)
a. the elative case
b. an elative word or speech element
[C19: from Latin ēlātus, past participle of efferre to carry out; see elate]
Translations
elativo
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