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Bøker Bok 110 av 10DATIVE. § 233. 1. The dative is the case of reference, as it denotes the object...
" DATIVE. § 233. 1. The dative is the case of reference, as it denotes the object with reference to which the subject acts, or in reference to which it possesses any specified quality ; or, in other words, the object for which, to the benefit or loss of... "
A Grammar of the Latin Language: For the Use of Schools and Colleges - Side 221
av Ethan Allen Andrews, Solomon Stoddard - 1859 - 410 sider
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A Grammar of the Latin Language

Karl Gottlob Zumpt - 1845 - 602 sider
...motion. Respecting super and subter see § 320. CHAP. LXXII. DATIVE CASK. so the dative denotes that with reference to which the subject acts, or in reference to which it possesses this or that quality ; eg scribo vobis hunc librum, I write this book (the agent and .effect, or cause...
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A school-grammar of the Latin language

Karl Gottlob Zumpt - 1846
...or that which is acted upon, in contrast to the agent or active subject, so the dative denotes that with reference to which the subject acts, or in reference to which it possesses this or that quality. Hence the dative is used — a) With all transitive verbs, along with the accusative,...
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A Grammar of the Latin Language

Karl Gottlob Zumpt - 1852 - 622 sider
...or that which is acted upon, in contrast to the agent or active subject, eo the dative denotes that with reference to which the subject acts, or in reference to which it possesses this or that quality ; eg scribo vobis hunc librum, I write this book (the agent and effect, or cause...
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A Grammar of the Latin Language

Karl Gottlob Zumpt - 1855 - 594 sider
...or that which is acted upon, in contrast to the agent or active subject, so the dative denotes that with reference to which the subject acts, or in reference to which A$M~ it possesses this or that quality ; eg, scribo vobis hunt librum, I write this book (the agent...
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A Grammar of the Latin Language: For the Use of Schools and Colleges

Ethan Allen Andrews, Solomon Stoddard - 1860 - 410 sider
...ablative after tintis, and for the place of the preposition, see § Ü41, and R. 1. DATIVE. § 333. 1. The dative is the case of reference, as it denotes...other words, the object for which, to the benefit or luss of which, any thing is or is done. Hence, in distinction from the dative of the end (§ 227) the...
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Grammar of the Latin Language

Ethan Allen Andrews - 1867 - 410 sider
...case of reference, as it denotes the object with reference to which the subject acts, or in refe\ence to which it possesses any specified quality ; or,...the end (§227) the dative of reference is called tlativus commödi et incommodi, the dative of advantage and disadvantage ; as, Scríbo vöbis hunc...
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A Grammar of the Latin Language: For the Use of Schools and Colleges

Ethan Allen Andrews, Solomon Stoddard - 1870 - 410 sider
...other words, the object for which, to the benefîïor loss of which, any thing is or is done. ~ence, in distinction from the dative of the end (§ 227) the dative of reference is called datwus commSdi et incommödi, the dative of advantage and disadvantage ; as, 8e>-ibo vubis hunc librum,...
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Ahn's First [-third] Latin Book, Volum 3

Franz Ahn - 1880
...thunders ! 213. Dative with Verbs. 1. The Dative is the Case of the Indirect Object, denoting that for which, to the benefit or loss of which any thing is or is done. It may be used with transitive and intransitive Verbs; datlvus commodi et incommodi: Dative of Advantage...
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Ahn's Latin Grammar: With References to the Exercises in the First, Second ...

Franz Ahn - 1881 - 313 sider
...[213. 214.] DATIVE CASE. With Verbs. 587. The Dative is the Case of the Indirect Object, denoting that for which, to the benefit or loss of which any thing is or is done. It may be used with transitive and intransitive Yerbs; dativus commodi et incommodi: Dative of Advantage...
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A Grammar of the Latin Language ...

Ethan Allen Andrews - 1882 - 410 sider
...for the place of the preposition, see $ 241, and R. 1. DATIVE. § 333. 1. The dative is the сале of reference, as it denotes the object with reference to which the subject acts, or in refeience to which it possesses any specified quality ; or, in other words, the object for which, to...
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