nominative


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nom·i·na·tive

 (nŏm′ə-nā′tĭv)
adj.
1.
a. Appointed to office.
b. Nominated as a candidate for office.
2. Having or bearing a person's name: nominative shares.
3. (-nə-tĭv) Grammar Of, relating to, or being the case of the subject of a finite verb (as I in I wrote the letter) and of words identified with the subject of a copula, such as a predicate nominative (as children in These are his children).
n. (-nə-tĭv) Grammar
1. The nominative case.
2. A word or form in the nominative case.

nominative

(ˈnɒmɪnətɪv; ˈnɒmnə-)
adj
1. (Grammar) grammar denoting a case of nouns and pronouns in inflected languages that is used esp to identify the subject of a finite verb. See also subjective6
2. appointed rather than elected to a position, office, etc
3. bearing the name of a person
n
(Grammar) grammar
a. the nominative case
b. a word or speech element in the nominative case
[C14: from Latin nōminātīvus belonging to naming, from nōmen name]
nominatival adj
ˈnominatively adv

nom•i•na•tive

(ˈnɒm ə nə tɪv, ˈnɒm nə- or, for 2,3, ˈnɒm əˌneɪ tɪv)

adj.
1. of, pertaining to, or being a grammatical case typically indicating the subject of a finite verb.
2. nominated; appointed by nomination.
3. made out in a person's name, as a certificate.
n.
4. the nominative case.
5. a word or other form in the nominative case, as Latin nauta “sailor” in Nauta bonus est “The sailor is good” or the English pronoun I.
nom′i•na•tive•ly, adv.

nominative

A grammatical noun case that indicates the subject of a verb.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.nominative - the category of nouns serving as the grammatical subject of a verb
grammatical case, case - nouns or pronouns or adjectives (often marked by inflection) related in some way to other words in a sentence
oblique, oblique case - any grammatical case other than the nominative
Adj.1.nominative - serving as or indicating the subject of a verb and words identified with the subject of a copular verb; "nominative noun endings"; "predicate nominative"
grammar - the branch of linguistics that deals with syntax and morphology (and sometimes also deals with semantics)
2.nominative - named; bearing the name of a specific person; "nominative shares of stock"
specified - clearly and explicitly stated; "meals are at specified times"
3.nominative - appointed by nomination
appointed, appointive - subject to appointment
Translations
první pád
nominativ
nimetavnominatiiv
nominatiivi
nominativ
nefnifall
vardininkas
nominativ
imenovalnik
nominativ

nominative

[ˈnɒmɪnətɪv]
A. ADJ (Ling) → nominativo
nominative casenominativo m
B. Nnominativo m

nominative

[ˈnɒmənətɪv] n (also nominative case) → nominatif m

nominative

(Gram)
nNominativ m, → Werfall m
adj (the) nominative caseder Nominativ, der Werfall

nominative

[ˈnɒmɪnətɪv] adj & n (Gram) → nominativo/a
References in classic literature ?
Pressed to fall back upon a nominative case, he opined that they wos about as red as ever red could be.
it's me, and me's the first person singular, nominative case, agreeing with the verb "it's", and governed by Squeers understood, as a acorn, a hour; but when the h is sounded, the a only is to be used, as a and, a art, a ighway,' replied Mr Squeers, quoting at random from the grammar.
Tom, however, with the most heroic virtue and gallantry, rushed into his sentence, searching in a high-minded manner for nominative and verb, and turning over his dictionary frantically for the first hard word that stopped him.
soma-0 in nominative singular but somat-os in genitive), and its paradigm differs from those of the nouns belonging to the other classes.
However, not all nouns have alternations in the stem, and four of the grammatical cases--the nominative, genitive, partitive and illative--do not have clearly distinctive case markers in the singular.
Un communique publie mercredi par le Bureau des medias du Haut Conseil d'Eta, presente la liste nominative suivante : le president de la Cour supreme, Mohamed al-Gamoudi al-Hafi, le procureur general Ibrahim Massoud Ali, le gouverneur de la Banque centrale de Libye, Omar Seddik al-Kebir, le president de la Haute Commission nationale electorale, Imad al-Chadli al-Sayeh, le chef du bureau d'audit, Khaled Ahmed ChakChak, le chef de l'autorite de controle administratif, Sleiman Mohamed al-Chanti, et le chef de l'autorite nationale de lutte contre la corruption.
They cover what ancient North Arabian is; neither clear nor clarifying-yet clearly Arabic; the marked nominative in Arabic, Semitic, and Afroasiatic; the plural demonstratives and relatives based on *'Vl in Arabic and the origin of dialectical illi, and a stratal OT account of word stress in the Mehri of Bit Thuwar.
Instead, it matters that the implicational relationship between pvellarvm and pvellae is the same as that between militvm and milites--that is, genitive plural ~ nominative plural in the first and third declensions respectively.
The HRR also indicated that for the sake of transparency, the House proceeds to publish the list of nominative deputies absentees subject to levies on its website, its official page and the screens installed in the corridors of Parliament.
The governing six nominative districts and prominent citizens are bitter over the appointment which they term as illegal and erroneous.