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delative

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Etymology

From the Latin verb deferre ("to bear or bring away or down").

Noun

Singular
delative

Plural
-

delative (-)
  1. a case of verbs used, chiefly in Hungarian, to express the movement from the surface of something (like "moved off the table").

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