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The proximative case is used to describe a meaning similar to that of the English preposition "near to" or "close to".
An example of its use is “basúnid”, which the creator has given to mean “near a school”, or “home.PROX” for “near to home”.
- Ivankov, Nikolay (20 June 2011). "LISTSERV 16.0 - CONLANG Archives".
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