locative


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loc·a·tive

 (lŏk′ə-tĭv)
adj.
Of, relating to, or being a grammatical case in certain inflected languages that indicates place in or on which or time at which, as in Latin domī, "at home."
n.
1. The locative case.
2. A form or construction in the locative case.

[New Latin locātīvus, from Latin locātus, past participle of locāre, to place; see locate.]

locative

(ˈlɒkətɪv) grammar
adj
1. (Grammar) (of a word or phrase) indicating place or direction
2. (Grammar) denoting a case of nouns, etc, that refers to the place at which the action described by the verb occurs
n
(Grammar)
a. the locative case
b. a word or speech element in this case
[C19: locate + -ive, on the model of vocative]

loc•a•tive

(ˈlɒk ə tɪv)
adj.
1. of or designating a grammatical case that typically indicates place in or at which, as Latin domī “at home.”
n.
2. the locative case.
3. a word or other form in the locative case.
[1795–1805; locate + -ive, on the model of vocative]

locative

Used to describe a case of nouns that indicate the place where something is done.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.locative - the semantic role of the noun phrase that designates the place of the state or action denoted by the verb
participant role, semantic role - (linguistics) the underlying relation that a constituent has with the main verb in a clause
Translations
šestý pád
caso locativolocativo
lokativ
staðarfall
vietininkas
mestnik
lokativ

locative

[ˈlɒkətɪv] N (also locative case) → locativo m

locative

nLokativ m
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Weaker Locative Analysis: G is non-instrumentally good for X if and only if (i) G is pro tanto non-instrumentally good, (ii) G has properties that generate, or would generate, agent-relative reasons for X to desire G for its own sake, (iii) G is essentially related to X.
This resulted in the publication of volumes in 1891, 1900, and 1911: Prefecture de la Seine, Les proprietes baties de la ville de Paris en 1889 et en 1890 (Paris, 1890); Prefecture de la Seine, Le Livre Foncier de Paris (Valeur locative des proprietes baties en 1900) (Paris, 1900-1902); Prefecture de la Seine, Le Livre Foncier de 1911 (Paris, 1911).
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Locative media is an evolving field that uses technology--most often some form of a global-positioning system (GPS)--to help augment an experience of place.
Again, it seems to me that this fantastic formulation is highly misleading in that it seems to suggest that the locative case (pariname) is identical to the nominative (parinamah).
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Active voice signaled by the affix (-u)m- on the verb Objective voice signaled by the suffix -on Dative voice signaled by the suffix -in Instrumental voice signaled by the prefix pag- plus reduplication Locative voice (which includes location, time and reason) signaled by the suffix -an.