similative case

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similative case (plural similative cases)

  1. (grammar): noun case used to indicate likeness, resemblance, or similarity. In English, this is usually expressed by the phrases is similar to or is like or looks like, as in "That bird looks like a robin." Languages that use the similative case include Old Turkic.

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