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>  > Also, what cases (with descriptions) should I add to this list, which
>  > will be
>  > part of the glossary, and what is the difference between
>sub/superessive
>  > and
>  > sub/superlocative?
>  >
>  > Nominative
>  > Accusative
>  > Ergative
>  > Absolutive
>  > Genitive
>  > Dative
>  > Allative
>  > Ablative
>  > Elative
>  > Illative
>  > Translative
>  > Superlative
>  > Sublative
>  > Locative
>  > Superlocative
>  > Sublocative
>  > Inlocative
>  > Essive
>  > Inessive
>  > Superessive
>  > Subessive
>  > Comitative
>  > Instrumental
>  > Causative
>  > Inclusive
>  > Exclusive
>  > Prepositional

Could someone give the meaning of these, along with an english equivalent,
ie:
Genitive: God's Gift, someone's object...

Might not be that great of an example, but you see what I mean...
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