Words nearby dative
Origin of dative
OTHER WORDS FROM dativeda·ti·val [dey-tahy-vuh l] /deɪˈtaɪ vəl/, adjectiveda·tive·ly, adverbnon·da·ti·val, adjective
Examples from the Web for dative
Either accusative or dative would be acceptable enough with latere.
Of the other cases, the dative and accusative occur most frequently with prepositions.Anglo-Saxon Grammar and Exercise Book|C. Alphonso Smith
Swa ibruce &c., As surely as I possess my kingdom: brcan usually takes a genitive; here with dative or accusative.
The sense of the word is abverbial; its form, however, is that of a dative case.A Handbook of the English Language|Robert Gordon Latham
Probably folc should be taken as dative, or folke should be read; and sends it to the people and thereby betokens &c.
British Dictionary definitions for dative
- the dative case
- a word or speech element in this case