Here Johano is the subject acting upon hundon, the object; therefore hundon is in the accusative.
Nearly all French nouns and adjectives are derived from the accusative.
This construction, as a rule, occurs only as a substitute for quam (than) with the Nominative or accusative.
The man with whom the accusative persons are placed is called Sheriff.
Many, by writing προς τω μνημειω, betray themselves; for they retain a sure token that the accusative ought to end the sentence.
I pray you have your remembrance (childe) accusative, king, hang, hog.
It is so in Milton, who has ye as nominative, accusative, and dative; comp.
The translator has here mistaken a Dative for an accusative.
But in the accusative case we find the form , just as we find and .
Active intransitive verbs cannot be followed by any accusative.
grammatical case whose primary function is to express destination or goal of motion, mid-15c., from Anglo-French accusatif, Old French acusatif, or directly from Latin (casus) accusativus "(case) of accusing," from accusatus, past participle of accusare (see accuse).
Translating Greek ptosis aitiatike "case of that which is caused," on similarity of Greek aitiasthai "accuse." Greek aitia is the root of both, and means both "cause" and "accusation," hence the confusion of the Romans. A more correct translation would have been casus causativus.