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The Accusative Case, this case indicates object ending. The suffix for this case is: -th, it has no English prepositional equvilent.

Answers the questions: keneth? whom?
                                   menké? what?

héne|th   her, him
(wamíné) kaustan íktaro|th   I will buy the house

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