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Comparative case

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  1. a grammatical case used in the Mari language to mark a likeness to something

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  2. marked with the suffix -ла ('-la') For example, if something were to taste like fish (кол - 'kol'), the form used would be колла - 'kolla')

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  3. also used in regard to languages, when denoting the language a person is speaking, writing, or hearing

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  4. In this case, however, the accentuation varies slightly from the standard case - usually, the suffix is not stressed

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  5. When used with languages, however, it is stressed

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