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What is superessive case?



Superessive case is a case that expresses location on the referent of the noun it marks.


It has the meaning of "on" or "upon."


The term superessive case is used especially in studies of Finno-Ugric grammar.

  Superessive case is a kind of

Pei and Gaynor 1954 207


Gove 1966 2293

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