Another method which is used for indicating the genitive and ablative relations is the termination il.
Third, the ablative form of a noun signifying a portion of the body.
As for the ablative absolute, its reconstruction and regeneration have been the inspiring principle of my studious manhood.
To-night I have a pressing engagement with the ablative Absolute.
This he remembered had interrupted the silent rehearsal of the sentence with the ablative absolute in it.
Living Latin had only the feel of the cases: the ablative and dative emotion.
The ablative is indicated by certain particles and prepositions.
Try to remember, Quinlan, what I told you about the use of the ablative absolute.
But certain words stand in the ablative without a preposition; viz.
I don't know more than one single word, and that is 'ablative.'
mid-15c., from Middle French ablatif, from Latin (casus) ablativus "(case) of removal," expressing direction from a place or time, coined by Julius Caesar from ablatus "taken away," past participle of auferre "carrying away," from ab- "away" (see ab-) + irregular verb ferre (past participle latum; see oblate) "to carry, to bear" (see infer).