Partitive Case

The partitive case (abbreviated PTV or more ambiguously PART) is a grammatical case which denotes "partialness", "without result", or "without specific identity". It is also used in contexts where a subgroup is selected from a larger group, or with numbers.

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Partitive Case - Sámi - Skolt Sámi
... The partitive is used only in the singular and can always be replaced by the genitive ... The partitive marker is -d ...

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