Cushitic Case. Maarten Mous. Absolut(ive) or unmarked case. (i) it lacks morphological marking, (ii) it is used as the citation form, (iii) it is the basis of morphological processes such as genitive marking and coordination marking (iv) it is used in a large variety of other contexts.
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