Genitive Case (definition)

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For information on forming the Genitive Case in Gaelic see Genitive Formation; for information on where the genitive case is used in Gaelic see Genitive Constructions.

Genitive case is typically used to indicate that the noun is a possessor. In Gaelic it is also used as the case on objects that follow Verbal Nouns.

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