Definition of illative in English:
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The illative case, or a word in this case.
- The illative is used selectively and usually as an adverb of place, but in some dialects of Lithuanian, all four locatives are still in use.
- Example sentences
- It is used illatively, and must be translated ‘wherefore, therefore’.
Definition of illative in:
- US English dictionary
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