Common Case (definition)

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The common case in Gaelic is used to mark nouns that are either in subject position (i.e. would bear nominative in other languages) or object position (i.e. would bear accusative in other languages)

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  • Lamb, William (2003) Scottish Gaelic. 2nd edition. Munich: Lingcom Europa