Those which have a single element, the substantival or 'ground-word,' with its locative suffix.
Archbishop Whately has some remarks on this substantival power in his Logic.
Names formed from a single ground-word or substantival,—with or without a locative or other suffix.
Besides these, substantival and adverbial numerals can be used.
The plural word selves, a substantival, and not an adjectival form.
Series ending in O (thing (not specified) indefinite), substantival or pronominal.
In a substantival form, the term is used in physical geography for a level tract.
But substantival datives and accusatives, as in Modern English, follow the predicate.