I'm working on a conlang relying extensively on locative cases. Here is a table:
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OPEN CLOSED ON UNDER STATE Locative Inessive Adessive Subessive TO Lative Illative Allative Sublative FROM Ablative Elative Delative  VIA Vialis Perlative  
I thought about ispodlative for  (from Russian из-под, a preposition meaning "from under") and occultative for  (since anything moving under something else is probably concealed by it). I'm not convinced about these names though, and I still have no idea how to call .
Please stick to Latin and Greek roots if possible (avoid things like "acrosslative"). I wouldn't know how to translate other into Italian, which is really important to me. "Ispodlative" itself is really ugly.