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Ravila was the first to ascertain that singular in the function of numerus absolutus was already present in Proto-Uralic?
Review of G N Vasilaros, Der Gebrauch des Genetivus Absolutus bei Apollonios Rhodios im Verhaltnis zu Homer (Athens 1993).
51) The genitivus absolutus [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] does not directly indicate that Daphnis waits until everything is quiet again, but its place immediately after the nominative [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] and before the participium coniunctum [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] seems to suggest a mild causative connection between the two grammatical units.
Both forms might be an old status absolutus ending in -a; see Streck 2009: 484-85.
The physician Everard Maynwaring insists his Medicus absolutus (1668) is "a Touch-stone" by which the true, learned physician might be distinguished from the charlatan: "him that hath been trained up in Manufacture, Buying and Selling, or a loose idle life," ill fits for the "grand Business" of medicine.
Etenim excessu tui ipsius et omnium irretentibili et absoluto munde, ad supersubstantialem divinarum tenebrarum radium auferens et a cunctis absolutus sursum ageris.
324), or passive use of the old passive participle in smuts absolutus (p.
Retention of the semantic contrast between status absolutus and status emphaticus (e.
14 Colocci, 68: "Philon Deus / intelligibilis atque incorporeus / omnibus numeris absolutus / ego ex philone Quodsi partes eius sunt corporeae et corpus mensurabile est vel sub mensura cadit tum mundum praecipue quod corpus omnium corporum maximum est quippe quod aliorum corporum congeriem in sinu suo tamquam proprias prateter gerit.
It seems that during the action of Philippi's law final short vowels were not preserved, other than in status absolutus, and were dropped not only in status constructus, but in verbs as well (my emphasis--RW).
The latter might be Abil-lasa, "A-man-has-been-kneaded," if we allow (1) the status absolutus for the subject (for which we can quote Surus-kin) ; (2) the stative las of lasu, even if the verb is not a Zustandsverbum" (GAG * 104 j); and (3) Gelb's predicative -a.
The bare form of the adjective in the status absolutus expresses nexus, e.