"jussive" meaning in English

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Adjective

Etymology: From Latin jussus, perfect participle of jubeō (variant of iubeō), 'to order, command'. Related to Latin iūs, 'law, order'. Etymology templates: {{uder|en|la|jussus}} Latin jussus, {{uder|en|la|-}} Latin Head templates: {{en-adj|-}} jussive (not comparable)
  1. (grammar) Of or in the jussive mood. Tags: not-comparable Categories (topical): Grammar, Grammatical moods Translations (of or in the jussive mood): مجزوم (majzūm) [masculine] (Arabic), повелителен (povelitelen) (Bulgarian), jussiu (Catalan), jussiivi- (Finnish), iussivo (Italian), jussivo [masculine] (Portuguese), yusivo (Spanish), jussiv [neuter] (Swedish)
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Noun

Forms: jussives [plural]
Etymology: From Latin jussus, perfect participle of jubeō (variant of iubeō), 'to order, command'. Related to Latin iūs, 'law, order'. Etymology templates: {{uder|en|la|jussus}} Latin jussus, {{uder|en|la|-}} Latin Head templates: {{en-noun|-|s}} jussive (usually uncountable, plural jussives)
  1. (grammar, uncountable and countable) The jussive mood, a verb inflection used to indicate a command, permission or agreement with a request; an instance of a verb so inflected. Tags: countable, uncountable, usually Categories (topical): Grammar, Grammatical moods Translations (jussive mood): مَجْزُوم (majzūm) [masculine] (Arabic), повелително наклонение (povelitelno naklonenie) (Bulgarian), 要求語氣 (Chinese Mandarin), 要求语气 (yāoqiú-yǔqì) (Chinese Mandarin), jussiivi (Finnish), jussif [masculine] (French), Jussiv [masculine] (German), Apokopat (note: in Arabic grammar usually) [masculine] (German), iussivo (Italian), 要求法 (yōkyū-hō) (alt: ようきゅうほう) (Japanese), 간접명령법 (ganjeommyeongnyeongbeop) (Korean), modus jussivus [masculine] (Latin), tryb ścięty [masculine] (Polish), jussivo [masculine] (Portuguese), юсси́в (jussív) [masculine] (Russian), yusivo [masculine] (Spanish)
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  2. (Arabic grammar) A verbal mood of vague or miscellaneous senses, occurring after some particles and in conditional clauses. Tags: Arabic, uncountable, usually Categories (topical): Grammar, Grammatical moods Synonyms: apocopate
    Sense id: en-jussive-en-noun-TqS~fozy Disambiguation of Grammatical moods: 35 36 29 Categories (other): English entries with incorrect language header, English entries with topic categories using raw markup, English undefined derivations, Terms with Arabic translations, Terms with German translations, Terms with Italian translations, Terms with Japanese translations, Terms with Latin translations, Terms with Mandarin translations, Terms with Russian translations, Terms with Spanish translations, Terms with Swedish translations Disambiguation of English entries with incorrect language header: 26 35 39 Disambiguation of English entries with topic categories using raw markup: 31 38 31 Disambiguation of English undefined derivations: 28 35 37 Disambiguation of Terms with Arabic translations: 27 34 39 Disambiguation of Terms with German translations: 29 39 32 Disambiguation of Terms with Italian translations: 31 38 31 Disambiguation of Terms with Japanese translations: 31 38 31 Disambiguation of Terms with Latin translations: 31 38 31 Disambiguation of Terms with Mandarin translations: 29 37 34 Disambiguation of Terms with Russian translations: 31 38 31 Disambiguation of Terms with Spanish translations: 32 38 31 Disambiguation of Terms with Swedish translations: 31 38 31 Topics: grammar, human-sciences, linguistics, sciences

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