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Dagomni Upnejo - Pritese
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In Dagomnian, a noun has 5 declensions: Nominative (subject), Genitive (possession), Dative (indirect object), Accusative (direct object), and Ablative (away from object). Sometimes, the declensions are not precise enough to declare an object's position, and that's where languages use adpositions, or in Dagomnian's case, prepositions (placed before the word). Every Dagomnian preposition has an assigned case when used on a noun or supine. The three cases reserved for prepositions are Dative, if the object is moving, Accusative, if the object is stationary, and Ablative, if the object is moving or stationed away from something else; these classifications do tend to have exceptions, though. As of 3 December, 2017, there are 44 words identified as prepositions.


PrepositionCaseTranslationNotes
ainta
anam
andi
antem
apo
camo
cat
circe
com
conte
cumti
djam
djoti
ebi
ecta
pirnos
ga
hebro
in
javent
metaxi
mid
mizma
pam
pand
peran
peri
pis
plin
post
prin
pro
prut
rudih
san
scundum
sin
stanei
stau
sti
upe
usco
DAT
ACC
ACC
DAT
ABL
DAT
ACC
ACC
DAT / ABL
ACC
ACC
DAT
ABL
DAT
ABL
ACC
DAT
ACC
ACC / DAT
DAT
ACC
DAT
ABL
ACC / DAT
DAT
ACC
ABL
ACC
ABL
ABL
DAT
DAT
ABL
ABL
ABL
ABL
ABL
ABL
DAT
ACC
ACC
DAT
towards
between
in front of
contrary to
since
down
on
around
with
near
next to
through
because of
over
out of
on top of
for (purpose)
alongside
in / into
during
among
past
despite
above / up
throughout
beyond
about
behind
except
after
before
for (benefit)
against
on account of
like / as
according to
without
instead of
across
at
under
until








DAT shows the object being part of a group / ABL shows usage as a tool









ACC shows a stationed location / DAT shows the object is moving




ACC shows a stationed location / DAT shows the object is moving


















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