allative

[al-uh-tiv]Grammar
noun
  1. the allative case.

Origin of allative

1860–65; < Latin allāt(us) (al- al- + lātus suppletive past participle of ferre to bring; cf. alley1) + -ive
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Word Origin and History for allative
n.

grammatical case expressing "motion towards," 1860, from Latin allatus "brought to," used as past participle of adferre, affere "to bring to," from ad- "to" (see ad-) + latus "borne, carried" (see oblate (n.)).

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