System Type: F
Source: Schapper (2009).
Comment: "Note that there is no 3rd singular personal pronoun; demonstratives are used in this role." (Schapper 2009: 90). The animate form of the non-proximal demonstrative is used to track 3sg referents. It has been included here in the paradigm to fill all cells. The possessive pronouns given are for alienable possession. About inalienable possession: (Schapper 2009: 321) "In Bunaq possessive relations of this [=inalienble] kind are denoted by compounding. The possessor of an inalienable possessor compound always precedes the possessum. Inalienable possessors can be realised in a variety of ways by prefixes on the possessum; six different classes are recognised on the basis of the inflectional options they show in the 3rd person (...). 1st persons and 2nd persons are predictable across classes."
|1st (excl) Person Singular||neto||neto||neto||nie|
|1st (excl) Person Dual||neli||neli||neli||nie|
|1st (excl) Person Plural||nei||nei||nei||nie|
|1st (incl) Person Dual||ili||ili||ili||ie|
|1st (incl) Person Plural||i||i||i||ie|
|2nd Person Singular||eto||eto||eto||ie|
|2nd Person Dual||eli||eli||eli||ie|
|2nd Person Plural||ei||ei||ei||ie|
|3rd Person Singular Gender 1||baqi -||baqi||baqi||gie|
|3rd Person Singular Gender 2||baqi||baqi||baqi||gie|
|3rd Person Dual||halali||halali||halali||gie|
|3rd Person Plural||halaqi||halaqi||halaqi||gie|