Locative

  • (noun): The semantic role of the noun phrase that designates the place of the state or action denoted by the verb.
    Synonyms: locative role

Some articles on locative:

Spook Country - Background and Composition - Initial Conception and Development
... a female networks theorist interested in locative technology, and a Manhattanite of mixed heritage who freelanced with his family for organized crime ... Gibson was first introduced to locative media websites through links from a friend, and initially found the phenomenon to be "excessively nerdy and very ... traction in geocaching and geohacking, and instead reworked the material into the locative art of the novel ...
Sanskrit Nouns - Cases
... dative, ablative, genitive, and locative ... The six kārakas are the nominative, accusative, dative, instrumental, locative, and ablative cases ... Adhikaraṇa ('location') or "substratum." This is equivalent to the locative case ...
Skolt Sami Language - Grammar - Cases - Locative
... The locative marker in the singular is -st and -n in the plural ... This case is used to indicate where something is (Kuäˊđest lij ǩeˊrjj There is a book in the kota.) where it is coming from (Niõđ puõˊtte domoi Čeˊvetjääuˊrest ...
Locative Media - Locative, Ubiquitous and Pervasive Computing
... The term 'locative media' was coined by Karlis Kalnins ... Locative media is closely related to augmented reality (reality overlaid with virtual reality) and pervasive computing (computers everywhere, as in ubiquitous computing) ... pervasive computing is interested in embedded computers, locative media concentrates on social interaction with a place and with technology ...
Archaic Dutch Declension - Usage of The Dutch Case System - Locative
... There exists a special locative (zevende naamval) form of the personal and the possessive pronoun, which should be used after the preposition te (instead of the dative case) and between the construction van ...