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adverbial


adverbial
Adverb
»Umstandswort«: Der grammatische Terminus wurde im 17. Jh. aus gleichbed. lat. adverbium (eigentlich »das zum Verb gehörende Wort«, Übersetzung von griech. epírrhēma) entlehnt. Dies gehört seinerseits zu lat. verbum »Wort, Zeitwort« (vgl. Verb). – Abl.: adverbial »umstandswörtlich« (aus gleichbed. lat. adverbialis).

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