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locative

1locative

noun loc·a·tive \ˈlä-kə-tiv\

Definition of LOCATIVE

:  the locative case; also :  a word in that case

Origin of LOCATIVE

Latin locus + English -ative (as in vocative)
First Known Use: 1804

Rhymes with LOCATIVE

2locative

adjective

Definition of LOCATIVE

:  of or being a grammatical case that denotes place or the place where or wherein

First Known Use of LOCATIVE

1841

Rhymes with LOCATIVE

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