For the oblique case
, during the slippery process of the joint, the particle velocity of the joint caused by the transmitted S-wave (i.e., the slippery velocity of the right side of the joint) increases with the increasing in situ stress.
As examples show, genitive in Romani involve three morphemes: Layer I, marking the oblique case
, inherent gender and number of the inflected noun, Layer II marking genitive case, and a third morpheme marking obligatory agreement in gender, number and case with its head.
In this kind of sentence the Patient occupies the place of the direct object and the Recipient is in the oblique case
. In Eastern Mansi this means that the Patient is in the accusative case or unmarked (nominative), and the Recipient in the lative.
Specific individual oblique cases
like genitive, dative, instrumental, etc.
Discussions of applicatives frequently treat them as "advancement" strategies whereby an oblique or adjunct NP is promoted to direct argument status, in absence of any oblique case
Here than couples him and me in the oblique case
. Sometimes, however, it governs personal pronouns in the oblique case
: as He is younger than her.
hine of <hine> as complement in prepositional phrases, but such instances are rare and may be explained as either residual survivals of the Old English use of accusative case forms in certain post prepositional contexts or, perhaps more likely, the result of <hine> and <him> being used in free variation in direct object function and thus being considered as variant oblique case
In items borrowed from Arabic ending in -e (feminine marker), the oblique case
is usually realised -e- and accusative case -es, as in (15) and (16).
both the nominative and the oblique case
expressed by the same exponent (YOU).
Here we see an example of a single nominal inflected with four case markers: thabuju-karra-nguni-naa-ntha 'brother-GEN-INST-M.OBL-C.OBL' has the same three case markers that it did in (11), but in addition is marked with the oblique case
indicating that it belongs to a subordinate clause which functions as a clausal complement of the matrix verb.
All three languages naturally have the means to explicitly express DIRECTIONAL if needed (oblique case
, "towards," nach).
This pattern is illustrated by an example from Vafsi, where A is marked by the oblique case
in the past tense, and (prominent) P is likewise marked by the oblique.
In other words, it is not unlikely that the oblique case
was used because in the older types of a.c.i.
(7) We are interested in instances of locatives with argument index values ranging from 0.00 (absolutely adjuncts) to borderline oblique cases
Only the n-stem masan- 'god' shows a tendency to level the "mutation-i" to the oblique cases
, leading to dat.