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two or more objects
more than two objects
more than two objects with each object associated with the action indicated by the verb
Distributive Plural Prefix
Use of da- for nouns
expressing individual objects rather than a collection of them
First Person Singular Subject Pronoun
First Person Dual Subject Pronoun
First Person Distributive Plural Subject Pronoun
Second Person Singular Subject Pronoun
Second Person Dual Subject Pronoun
Second Person Distributive Plural Subject Pronoun
Third Person Singular Subject Pronoun
Third Person Dual Subject Pronoun
Third Person Distributive Plural Subject Pronoun
3a person perspective
Third Person, roughly translates to the pronoun "one." It is also used in polite conversation.
3a Person Singular Subject Pronoun
3a Person Dual Subject Pronoun
3a Person Distributive Plural Subject Pronoun
t'áá / -í
Reflexive Pronoun Prefix / Suffix
Possessive Pronoun Standard Form
Same as the subject pronoun counterpart.
Possessive Pronoun Momentaneous Form
Subject Pronoun + Lengthened Vowel and Glottal Closure
First Person Singular Momentaneous Possessive Pronoun
Third Person Singular Momentaneous Possessive Pronoun
Third Person Distributive Plural Momentaneous Possessive Pronoun
3a Person Distributive Plural Momentaneous Possessive Pronoun
Third Person Indicative (3i)
describes an indefinite possessor (someone's, something's)
Third Person Obliquative (3o)
indicates that a 3rd person subject acts upon a 3rd person object
3i Person Possessive Pronoun Suffix
3o Person Possessive Pronoun Suffix
for (preposition, to summon), after (preposition, to reach someone/something)
for (preposition, to do something on someone's behalf)
this very one
that, those (remote and invisible)
that, those (close at hand and visible)
that very one
that one there, those
there (remote place)
there (nearby place)
over there (visible or known place)
over there (invisible or unknown place)
over here (place)
here (less definite)
there (less definite)
on the side of, in the direction of
up to, as far as
háí, háíshą', háísh
Who is it?
háí bi-, háísh bi-
what? / how?
Díísh haa (daa) gholghé
What is this called?
what (is it)?
What is it?
Which one do you want?
the other one
łą́, łání, lą'í, t'óó 'ahayóí
many, much, a lot
in some direction
(as far as) somewhere, to some point