1. (in some inflected languages) noting a case that has among its functions the indication of place from which or, as in Latin, place in which, manner, means, instrument, or agent. noun
2. the ablative case.
3. a word in that case, as Troiā in Latin Aenēas Troiā vēnit, “Aeneas came from Troy.”.
"compounds can be ablatives."
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