ablatival

adjective ab·la·ti·val \¦ablə¦tīvəl\

Definition of ablatival

  1. :  connected with the ablative case or any of the relations frequently expressed by it :  of or belonging to the ablative case

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Origin and Etymology of ablatival

ablative + -al


First Known Use: 1653


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