Comitative



[kom-i-tey-tiv, -tuh-tiv] /ˈkɒm ɪˌteɪ tɪv, -tə tɪv/ Grammar

adjective
1.
noting a case whose distinctive function is to indicate accompaniment.
noun
2.
the comitative case.

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