Nemniendlic cāsus

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Þis gewrit hæfþ wordcwide on Nīwenglisce.

Se nemniendlica cāsus (Nīwe Englisc: nominative case) is grammatisc cāsus for namum. Sume wrīteras on Nīwum Englisce brūcaþ ēac þæt word subjective cāsus for nemniendlicne, in order to draw attention to the differences between the "standard" generic nominative and the way it is used in nīwum Englisce.

Se nemniendlica mearcaþ, generally, þā forþsetennesse sumes wordes. Nemniendlice cāsas sind gefundene in Lǣden and Ealdum Englisce, ongemang ōðrum sprǣcum. Englisc hæfþ gīet sume nemniendlice bīnaman, efenāmeten mid þǣm wregendlicum cāse oþþ gebīegdum cāse: ic (wregendlic mec), (wregendlic ūsic), (wregendlic hine), hēo (wregendlic hīe) and (accusative ēowic). On Englisce habbaþ wē ēac þū, se ōðeres hāda bīnama (wregendlic þec) and manigfealdlic (wregendlic ēowic). Syndriglīce spricþ man þāra bīnamena wit (wregendlic uncit) and git (wregendlic incit), hwonne man spricþ ymbe twēgen menn.

se nemniendlica cāsus is þæt gewunelice, cynde ansīen (more technically, the least marked) of certain dǣlas, such as nouns, adjectives, pronouns and less frequently numerals and participles, and sometimes does not indicate any special relationship with other parts of speech. Therefore, in some languages the nominative case is unmarked, þæt is, the nominative word is the base form or stem, with no flexion. Moreover, in most languages with a nominative case, the nominative form is the one used to cite a word, to list it as a dictionary entry, asf.

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