"essive" meaning in English

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Adjective

IPA: /ˈɛsɪv/
Rhymes: -ɛsɪv Etymology: From New Latin casus essīvus (from Latin esse), coined in New Latin by Rasmus Rask. Etymology templates: {{root|en|ine-pro|*h₁es-}}, {{der|en|NL.|casus essīvus}} New Latin casus essīvus, {{der|en|la|esse}} Latin esse Head templates: {{en-adj|-}} essive (not comparable)
  1. (grammar) of, or relating to the grammatical case that in some languages indicates existence in a state or capacity. Tags: not-comparable Categories (topical): Grammar
    Sense id: en-essive-en-adj-z1PU0jUB Topics: grammar, human-sciences, linguistics, sciences
  2. (grammar, Indo-European linguistics) designating being in a state as opposed to entering into a state. Tags: not-comparable Categories (topical): Grammar Synonyms: stative
    Sense id: en-essive-en-adj-lL0BiPwt Topics: grammar, human-sciences, linguistics, sciences
  3. (rare) indicating a temporary state of being. Tags: not-comparable, rare
    Sense id: en-essive-en-adj-6RAgsx5H

Noun

IPA: /ˈɛsɪv/ Forms: essives [plural]
Rhymes: -ɛsɪv Etymology: From New Latin casus essīvus (from Latin esse), coined in New Latin by Rasmus Rask. Etymology templates: {{root|en|ine-pro|*h₁es-}}, {{der|en|NL.|casus essīvus}} New Latin casus essīvus, {{der|en|la|esse}} Latin esse Head templates: {{en-noun}} essive (plural essives)
  1. (grammar) the essive case, or a word in that case. Categories (topical): Grammar Derived forms: adessive, essive-formal, essive-modal, inessive, superessive Related terms: fientive, factitive Translations (the essive case): olev (Estonian), essiiv (Estonian), essiivi (Finnish), olento (Finnish), ესივი (esivi) (Georgian), essivus (Hungarian), állapoteset (Hungarian), szerepállapot-eset (Hungarian), essivo (Italian), essiiva (Northern Sami), эсси́вный паде́ж (essívnyj padéž) [masculine] (Russian), эсси́в (essív) [masculine] (Russian), essiv [common-gender] (Swedish)
    Sense id: en-essive-en-noun-v-y-1U2J Categories (other): English entries with incorrect language header, Terms with Estonian translations, Terms with Finnish translations, Terms with Georgian translations, Terms with Hungarian translations, Terms with Italian translations, Terms with Northern Sami translations, Terms with Russian translations, Terms with Swedish translations Disambiguation of English entries with incorrect language header: 11 17 28 44 Disambiguation of Terms with Estonian translations: 13 15 28 45 Disambiguation of Terms with Finnish translations: 11 13 24 51 Disambiguation of Terms with Georgian translations: 13 14 29 44 Disambiguation of Terms with Hungarian translations: 15 19 25 41 Disambiguation of Terms with Italian translations: 7 11 26 56 Disambiguation of Terms with Northern Sami translations: 5 8 18 69 Disambiguation of Terms with Russian translations: 6 10 32 52 Disambiguation of Terms with Swedish translations: 12 13 25 49 Topics: grammar, human-sciences, linguistics, sciences

Inflected forms

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