Definition of absolutive in English:

absolutive

noun

Grammar
  • Noun The absolute form of a word.

adjective

Grammar
  • Of, relating to, or designating the absolute form of a word.

Origin

Mid 19th century. From absolute + -ive. Compare post-classical Latin absolutivus, used in various senses by grammarians, e.g. positive (of adjective gradation), intransitive, (of nouns) independent, (of conjunctions) perfective, final.

Pronunciation:

absolutive

/ˌabsəˈluːtɪv//ˈabsəljuːtɪv//ˈabsəluːtɪv/