Difference between revisions of "Nominative"

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# Unmarked case serves as subject of a sentence
 
# Unmarked case serves as subject of a sentence
# Marks the first noun in izafet (possesive) constructions
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# Marks the first noun in izafet (possessive) constructions
 
# In auxilliary noun constructions, first noun may be unmarked or Genitive
 
# In auxilliary noun constructions, first noun may be unmarked or Genitive
 
# Indefinite direct objects of transitive verbs
 
# Indefinite direct objects of transitive verbs

Latest revision as of 13:07, 12 January 2006

The Nominative case has no suffixes.

Use Cases

  1. Unmarked case serves as subject of a sentence
  2. Marks the first noun in izafet (possessive) constructions
  3. In auxilliary noun constructions, first noun may be unmarked or Genitive
  4. Indefinite direct objects of transitive verbs
  5. May sometimes be used instead of Directive or Dative to express motion towards

See also