Nominative case

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The nominative case (abbreviatit NOM) is ane o the grammatical cases o a noon or other pairt o speech, which generally merks the subject o a verb or the predicate noon or predicate adjective, as opponed tae its object or ither verb arguments. Generally, the noon "that is daein something" is in the nominative, an the nominative is the dictionary form o the noun.