genitival

adjective
gen·i·ti·val | \ˌje-nə-ˈtī-vəl \

Definition of genitival 

: of, relating to, or formed with or from the genitive case

Other Words from genitival

genitivally \ˌje-nə-ˈtī-və-lē \ adverb

First Known Use of genitival

1806, in the meaning defined above

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