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Apudessive case (abbreviated APUD) is used for marking a juxtaposing spatial relation, or location next to something ("next to the house"). The case is found in Tsez, Bezhta and other Northeast Caucasian languages.
- Mentioned in: Catherine Fuchs, Stéphane Robert, Language Diversity and Cognitive Representations, 1999, 229 pages, Google book search page
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