With the genitive to be supplied: brec þonne mste, 1488; imp.
We have a genitive also in Flowerdew, found in French as Flourdieu.
The genitive of material is rather the use of a noun as an adjective.
In this case writers have been puzzled how to form the genitive.
The ejection of -na in the genitive plural; as of tunges for tungena.
Of this the root is anat-, as seen in the genitive case anatis.
No preposition, in the present English, governs a genitive case.
The names are in the genitive case, as if dependent on sigillum, 'seal.'
And so we now have also the genitive Erin, as a poetical name of the island.
The genitive cases of the personal pronouns are most often adjectives.