Some articles on case, ending, cases, case endings, endings:
... Case is not shown in standard orthography, with the exception of indefinite accusative nouns ending in any letter but tā’ marbūṭah (ة) or alif followed by hamzah (ء), where the -a(n) "sits" on the ... Cases, however, are marked in the Qur'an, children's books, and to remove ambiguous situations ... Grammatical case endings are not pronounced in pausa and in less formal forms of Arabic ...
... as well as shared grammar such as the Caucasian plural/collective ending *-/rV/ of nouns, which is preserved in many modern Caucasian languages, as well as sometimes fossilized in singular nouns ... However, such a plural ending is also widespread in the Nostratic languages, e.g ... is inserted between the noun stem and the endings of cases other than the ergative ...
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