Unlike in most of the other cases in terminative there is no agreement between adjectives and nouns in case, but a noun follows an adjective in genitive , illative or allative e.g. puisìje̮ rattīssā (' wooden barn ' plural terminative).
timeline - e.g. e̮limma pe̮ллoллa лe̮unāssā (' We were on the field until noon .'), puлmia mändžittī ōmnikkōssā (' The weddings were held until morning .'), e̮limma eittsezä vaлge̮tikkōssā (' We were herding till sunrise .'), tämä e̮li e̮nne̮va vanāssā i surmāssā (' He was happy till his old age and death .')
limit and destination - e.g. vad́d́aлaisī tšüliä on л a u k ā s s ā (' There are Votic villages up to Lauga river .'), kanava menep ̮ k a t t i л a л л ē̮ s s ā (' The canal continues till Kattila village .'), anna miллe̮ babuškaллē̮ssā tšävvä (' Let me go to my grandmother! '), jōhsi kotōssā ("She ran until home.")
limit and degree - e.g. on täünnǟ pōлē̮ssā ("It's half filled."), tšävi ke̮лmē̮ ke̮rtāssā ("She went three times."), sȫ ke̮ikke̮a e̮ttsāssā ("Eat it all!")