Dal vocabolario italiano: Nominative



nominativus, pertaining to naming, nominative.


  • Giving a name; naming; designating; — said of that case or form of a noun which stands as the subject of a finite verb.

    Translations

    • Arabic: مَرْفُوع m
    • Catalan: nominatiu m
    • Dutch: nominatief m
    • Finnish: nominatiivi
    • French: nominatif m
    • Faroese: hvørfals-
    • German: Nominativ-
    • Greek: ονομαστική (onomastikí) f
    • Icelandic: nefnifalls- (using the genitive of nefnifall to make a compound word)
    • Italian: nominativo m

    • Latin: nominativus m
    • Polish: mianujący m
    • Romanian: nominativ
    • Russian: именительный (imenítel’nyj) m
    • Spanish: nominativo m
    • Swedish: nominativ


    =
  • The nominative case.

    Translations

    • Arabic: حَالةُ الرَّفْع f
    • Catalan: cas nominatiu m
    • Dutch: eerste naamval m, nominatief m
    • Faroese: hvørfall n
    • Finnish: nominatiivi
    • French: nominatif m
    • German: Nominativ m
    • Greek: ὀνομαστική (onomastikí) f
    • Hebrew: נושא (nosé) m
    • Icelandic: nefnifall n

    • Latin: casus nominativus m
    • Polish: mianownik m
    • Romanian: nominativ n, caz nominativ n
    • Russian: именительный падеж (imenítel’nyj padéž) m
    • Slovak: prvý pád m, nominatív m
    • Slovene: imenovalnik m
    • Spanish: caso nominativo m



    Aggettivo nominative f
  • Feminine plural form of nominativo.



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    nominativus, pertaining to naming, nominative.

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