Triptotic vs Triptote - What's the difference?

triptotic | triptote | Derived terms |

Triptotic is a derived term of triptote.


As an adjective triptotic

is (lb) behaving like a triptote, ie having or exhibiting only three different cases.

As a noun triptote is

in grammar, a noun which has three cases in modern standard arabic, nouns belong to triptotes or diptotes, or can be indeclinable.

triptotic

English

Adjective

(-)
  • (lb) behaving like a triptote, i.e. having or exhibiting only three different cases
  • triptote

    English

    Noun

    (en noun)
  • In grammar, a noun which has three cases. In Modern Standard Arabic, nouns belong to triptotes or diptotes, or can be indeclinable.
  • Derived terms

    * triptotic

    See also

    * diptote