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    Thumbs up idiomatic genitive

    Hei

    Does someone know any idiom in which there is an old genitive?

    For example there should have been an "-a" genitive once.

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    Re: idiomatic genitive

    '... there should have been an "-a" genitive once'. I'd like to help. but I have no idea what you mean.

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