Case Property ( Concept )
http://purl.org/linguistics/gold/CaseProperty


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      |_ Abstract
            |_ Linguistic Property
                  |_ Morphosyntactic Property
                        |_ Case Property

Direct SubConcepts:

AbessiveCase  AblativeCase  AbsolutiveCase  AccusativeCase  AdessiveCase  AllativeCase  AversiveCase  BenefactiveCase  ComitativeCase  ContablativeCase  ContallativeCase  ConterminativeCase  ContlativeCase  DativeCase  DelativeCase  ElativeCase  ErgativeCase  EssiveCase  GenitiveCase  IllativeCase  InablativeCase  InallativeCase  InessiveCase  InstrumentalCase  InterablativeCase  InterallativeCase  InteressiveCase  InterlativeCase  InterminativeCase  InterterminativeCase  IntertranslativeCase  IntranslativeCase  LativeCase  LocativeCase  MalefactiveCase  NominativeCase  ObliqueCase  PartitiveCase  PerlativeCase  PossessedCase  SubablativeCase  SuballativeCase  SubessiveCase  SublativeCase  SubterminativeCase  SubtranslativeCase  SuperablativeCase  SuperallativeCase  SuperessiveCase  SuperlativeCase  SuperterminativeCase  SupertranslativeCase  TerminativeCase  TranslativeCase  VocativeCase  



Definition:

CaseProperty is the class of properties that concern the grammatical encoding of a noun's relationship (syntactic or semantic) to some other element in the sentence, such as a verb, noun, pronoun, or adposition [Pei and Gaynor 1954: 35; Crystal 1980: 53-54; Anderson 1985: 179-180; Andrews 1985: 7172; Kuno 1973: 45; Blake 2001].


See Also:
Surrey Morphology Group - Case

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