Pertingent case

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The pertingent case is a grammatical case found in the Tlingit language[1]. It is used to refer to something which is touching something else: for example, in English, "the chair touching the table", or "against the wall".

It is also found in the Archi language.


  1. ^ Wheeler, Kip. "Common Declensions and Cases" (PDF). Carson-Newman University. Retrieved 15 September 2018.
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