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> >Is there any research out there on the historical origins of the Marathi
> >case marker -laa? I will summarize for the list if I get enough replies.
> >Shravan Vasishth
> Shravan Vasishth <vasishth at JULIUS.LING.OHIO-STATE.EDU>
Although this is not a recent reference, you may find the section on
postpositions of the dative in J. Bloch 'The formation of the Marathi
Language' useful (1970, Delhi: Motilal Banarsidass, pp. 210-212).
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