Diptote
Diptote Dip"tote, n. [Gr. ?; di- = di`s- twice + ? falling, fr. ? to fall: cf. F. diptote.] (Gram.) A noun which has only two cases. --Andrews. [1913 Webster]

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  • diptote — См. diptoto …   Пятиязычный словарь лингвистических терминов

  • diptote — /dip toht/, n. a substantive declined in only two cases, esp. when occurring in a language in which this is less than the normal number. [1605 15; < LL diptotos noun with only two cases < Gk, equiv. to di DI 1 + ptotos, verbid of píptein to fall; …   Universalium

  • diptote — noun In grammar, a noun which has only two cases. In Modern Standard Arabic, nouns belong to triptotes, diptotes or can be indeclinable …   Wiktionary

  • diptote — (di pto t ) adj. Terme de grammaire. Qui n a que deux cas. Noms diptotes. ÉTYMOLOGIE    Termes grecs signifiant deux et finale, chute …   Dictionnaire de la Langue Française d'Émile Littré

  • diptote — dip·tote …   English syllables

  • diptote —   n. Grammar, noun with two cases only …   Dictionary of difficult words

  • diptote — …   Useful english dictionary

  • diptoto — (двупадежный, диптот | diptote | diptotisches, diptotisches Wort | diptote | diptoto) Термин, употребляемый для обозначения таких существительных, склонение которых имеет только два падежа (гр. di ptôtos) …   Пятиязычный словарь лингвистических терминов

  • Nunation — In some Semitic languages, notably Arabic, nunation (Arabic: تنوين‎ tanwīn) is the addition of a final nun to a noun or adjective to indicate that it is fully declinable and syntactically unmarked for definiteness. Symbol ـٌ ‎ …   Wikipedia

  • triptote — ˈtripˌtōt noun ( s) Etymology: Late Latin triptoton, from Late Greek triptōton, neuter of triptōtos having only three cases, from Greek tri three + ptōtos (from piptein to fall, influenced in meaning by Greek ptōsis case, fall) more at tri ,… …   Useful english dictionary

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