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the category of nouns serving as the grammatical subject of a verb

serving as or indicating the subject of a verb and words identified with the subject of a copular verb

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They were without their husbands as Italian ladies generally are, and after observing for several days that an English couple [the more than nominatively virtuous Mr.
Strangely, however, she is used nominatively for the feminine form for the feminine pronoun: "I think she like you, Bwana.
Students need to be made to understand that a crucial translation problem arises here since, unlike translators and poets like Felstiner, most will not be immediately aware that our English "you" was originally used nominatively as the plural of "Thou.
We've made sex, race, and ethnic oppression at leas t nominatively evil, and will prosecute on evidence that one has been discriminated against because one is not white or not heterosexual or not male.