Definition of Abessive case

1. Noun. (grammar): case used to express the lack or absence of something. It has the meaning of the English preposition "without" or the affix ''-less''. Some languages that use the abessive case are Erzya, Estonian, Finnish, and Inari Sami. ¹



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Abessive Case

aberrationless
aberrations
aberrative
aberred
aberring
aberrometer
aberrs
aberuncate
aberuncated
aberuncates
aberuncating
aberuncator
aberuncators
abesses
abessive
abessive case (current term)
abessive cases
abessives
abet
abetalipoproteinaemias
abetalipoproteinemia
abetalipoproteinemias
abetdins
abetment
abetments
abets
abettal
abettals
abetted

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