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In linguistics, abessive (abbreviated or ), caritive and privative (abbreviated ) is the grammatical case expressing the lack or absence of the marked noun.
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In linguistics, abessive (abbreviated or ), caritive and privative (abbreviated ) is the grammatical case expressing the lack or absence of the marked noun.

Finnish language

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In the Finnish language, the abessive case is marked by -tta for back vowels and -ttä for front vowels according to vowel harmony.
Caritives are also used in such examples as hyppimättä "without jumping" and hyppelemättä "without jumping around".

Skolt Sami language

Skolt SamiSkolt SámiSkolt
The abessive marker for nouns in Skolt Sámi is -tää or -taa in both the singular and the plural:
Using the abessive and the comitative singular in a word appears to disrupt this system, however, in words of more than one syllable.

Estonian language

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There is debate as to whether this is interference from Estonian.
In Estonian, nouns and pronouns do not have grammatical gender, but nouns and adjectives decline in fourteen cases: nominative, genitive, partitive, illative, inessive, elative, allative, adessive, ablative, translative, terminative, essive, abessive, and comitative, with the case and number of the adjective(s) always agreeing with that of the noun (except in the terminative, essive, abessive and comitative, where there is agreement only for the number, the adjective being in the genitive form).

Inari Sami language

Inari SamiInari SámiInari
The abessive marker for nouns in Inari Sámi is -táá. The corresponding non-finite verb form is -hánnáá, -hinnáá or -hennáá.

Udmurt grammar

plural marker
In addition to affirmative participles, Udmurt also has caritive participles.

Finnish grammar

Finnishinflected pluralthird infinitive
|| abessive (abessiivi) || -tta || without || talotta || without (a) house

Komi grammar

In addition to affirmative participles, Komi also has a caritive participle.

Estonian locative system

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The only Estonian semantic cases not included in this system are the terminative (which even might be called locative), and the pair of abessive and comitative.

Tsez language

TsezTsezian languagesddo
Rajabov suggests 3 more syntactical cases, namely possessive 1 (-łay), possessive 2 (-xu) and abessive (-tay).

Akkala Sami language

Akkala SamiAkkalaSami, Akkala
Akkala Sami has 8 cases, singular and plural: nominative, genitive-accusative, partitive, dative-illative, locative, essive, comitative and abessive.

Mari language

MariMeadow Marichm
Hill Mari has these cases, plus the abessive case (of the form -де), which is used to form adverbials stating without the involvement or influence of which an action happens.

Proto-Samic language

Proto-SamiSami proto-languageProto-Saami
The cases included the core cases nominative, accusative and genitive; the local cases inessive, elative, illative; as well as essive, partitive, comitative and abessive.

Votic language

VoticVotianVod
In terms of inflection on nouns, Votic has two numbers (singular, plural), and 16 cases: nominative, genitive, accusative (distinct for pronouns), partitive, illative, inessive, elative, allative, adessive, ablative, translative, essive, exessive, abessive, comitative, terminative.