Usage of Cases
The vocative case is used for addressing purpose. Hence it appears quite frequently in a conversation.
Please remember the vocative forms of the noun ‘buddha’ :
Thus, in a conversation / dialogue,
- dāraka = O child!
- mitta = O friend!
- puttā = O sons!
- upāsakā = O lay devotees!
- rāhula = O Rahula!
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