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Synonyms for genitive

serving to express or indicate possession


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As a consequence, we can hypothesize that the features of AL incorporate those of the definite article, so that AL is no longer phonologically realized by virtue of the fact that the syntactic position of the definite article, with respect to that of the genitival DP, satisfies both the locality condition and the c-command requirement.
As insisted on by Turano (2005: 195), in Albanian the element preceding the genitival phrase, which is generally assigned the controversial status of 'article', displays the same gender and number features as the head noun.
If we use genitival pattern for both examples, the latter will have meaning 'university has the only teacher' or 'university is taught/controlled by teacher'.
Within the confines of this study, morphological conservation and restructuring will feature in the expression of genitival case and in the formation of possessive pronominals by means of suppletion.
The pattern with the genitival attribute in the singular is unproductive.
Vedic and Avestan thus line up closely with Greek, and point to a Proto-Indo-Iranian genitival and patronymic suffix of the shape *-aHna-/-aHnaH-.
in thematic nouns on the analogy of other stem classes, and subsequent replacement of the reflex of *-ahya by that of *-iya- in genitival function.
both lexemes are intransitive, and the genitival ending has no alternative.
But I cannot accept Puhvel's idea that it denotes a different breed of dog, since in Hittite (as in Akkadian) different breeds of dog are denoted not by new words, but by genitival complements such as [UR.
The most important treatment is found in the section devoted to the genitival construction X-su sa Y, which enters Emar through the Syro-Hittite scribal tradition.
83), but rather as genitival attribute; the addition of "(whom)" in the translation from [KTU.
Contrary to the authors' claims, neither in Hittite nor in PIE are the genitival endings *-o/es and *-om indifferent to number.
The genitival exponent is soyl; however, hagg is also listed with Cairene-influenced b(i)ta (pp.
37: There is a mistake in the chart on genitival relationship.