Perlative case

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In grammar, the perlative case (abbreviated PER) is a grammatical case which expresses that something moved "through", "across", or "along" the referent of the noun that is marked.[1] The case is found in a number of Australian Aboriginal languages such as Kuku-Yalanji[2] and Kaurna, as well as in Aymara, Inuktitut, and the extinct Tocharian languages.

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  1. ^ Article "Perlative Case" Archived 2007-10-25 at the Wayback Machine on the Linguist list wiki
  2. ^ Robert Malcolm Ward Dixon, Australian Languages: their nature and development, page 532, Google books search 2002, 776 pages