Definición de locative en inglés:


Silabificación: loc·a·tive
Pronunciación: /ˈläkətiv


Relating to or denoting a case, in some languages, of nouns, pronouns, and adjectives, expressing location.
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  • This is a locative noun, which is a grammatical category used when creating names for places in Algonquian.
  • The deictic, directional, and locative constructions differ, however, with respect both to their semantics and to the kinds of items that are eligible to fill the X and V slots.
  • For me, ‘in the soup’ is one of the various locative idioms for being in trouble - up the creek, in a fix, in deep gumbo - and the AHD agrees.


(the locative) Volver al principio  
1The locative case.
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  • A locative is essential to any expression involving put; even if the intended location is evident from the context, the locative may not be omitted.
1.1A word in the locative case.
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  • We show how these lexical functions can be used and refined to extract potential realizations of frame elements such as typical instruments or typical locatives, which are believed to be recurrent elements in a large number of frames.
  • It is interesting that their usual surnames are all patronymics or matronymics, rather than the locatives that would be more likely were any of the four from immigrant families.


early 19th century: from locate, on the pattern of vocative.

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Palabra del día retroflex
Pronunciación: ˈrɛtrə(ʊ)flɛks
turned backwards