case ending

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Noun[edit]

case ending ‎(plural case endings)

  1. (grammar, in nouns and adjectives that inflect to mark grammatical case) A suffix-like element which indicates a word’s grammatical case, number, and gender.
    In the Latin noun domine, the -e case ending marks it as a masculine, singular, second-declension noun in the vocative case.