Click the following link to bring up a new window with an automated collection of images related to the term: Genitivally Images
Lexicographical Neighbors of Genitivally
genitivally (current term)
Literary usage of Genitivally
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Hermathena by Trinity College (Dublin, Ireland) (1905)
"... and in this endeavour to distinguish a genitivally used locative from the true locative (and, incidentally, from the dative) we have, I suggest, ..."
2. A Comparative Grammar of the Dravidian Or South-Indian Family of Languages by Robert Caldwell (1875)
"... a tank, and min, fish) be translated adjectivally tank fish, or genitivally the fish of the tank, ..."
3. The Pronoun of Address in English Literature of the Thirteenth Century by Arthur Garfield Kennedy (1915)
"... plum. nouns 85x, and are used as genitives 3x, while the -e-forms mod. sing. nouns I 12x, plum. nouns 49x, and are used genitivally only once. ..."
4. A New Commentary on Gensis by Franz Delitzsch, Sophia Taylor (1899)
"14); for the justification and explanation of this combination of the determinate substantive with the genitivally conceived proper name, see Ges. 22ml ed. ..."
5. A New Commentary on Genesis by Franz Delitzsch (1889)
"14); for the justification and explanation of this combination of the determinate substantive with the genitivally conceived proper name, see Ges. 22nd ed. ..."
6. Origines Celticae (a Fragment) and Other Contributions to the History of Britain by Edwin Guest (1883)
"56. ,(, used genitivally for itf, i. 350, 351. its, of recent introduction, and not in AV, i. 350, 351. Italia, i. 34, 43, 47. 388 ; ii. 10o. ..."