Causal case

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The causal or causative case (abbreviated CAUS) is a grammatical case that indicates that the marked noun is the cause or reason for something. It is found in the Dravidian language Telugu and the Native South American language Quechua. As well, it is to be found in Indo-european Tocharian 'B'.

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