Locative meaning

lŏkə-tĭv
Of, relating to, or being a grammatical case in certain inflected languages that indicates place in or on which or time at which, as in Latin domī, “at home.”
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The locative case.
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A form or construction in the locative case.
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Designating, of, or in the case indicating place at which or in which, as in Latin, Greek, Sanskrit, etc.
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The locative case.
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A word in the locative case.
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(grammar) Indicating place, or the place where, or wherein.

A locative adjective.

The locative case of a noun.

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(grammar) The locative case.
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Origin of locative

  • New Latin locātīvus from Latin locātus past participle of locāre to place locate

    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition