System Type: F
Source: Blake et al. (2011).
Comment: "One of the features common to the earlier sources for many Victorian languages is the variety of pronominal forms. ... 1. Alternate forms for 1st and 2nd person singular pronouns; 2. The use of two different demonstratives as true pronominals, especially for the 3rd person; 3. The combination of demonstratives and pronominals for some non-singular constructions." p174 The gaps fo O forms in the paradigm are due to gaps in data in the source.
|1st (excl) Person Singular||yeti, yanda||yeti, yanda||yenin, yandin||yenayu|
|1st (excl) Person Dual||ngalu||ngalu||ngalungin||ngalathung, ngalathatyu|
|1st (excl) Person Plural||yandhak||yandhak||yandhathu|
|1st (incl) Person Dual||ngalai||ngalai||ngalaithu(ŋ)|
|1st (incl) Person Plural||yangur||yangur||yangurathu|
|2nd Person Singular||nginma, ngindi||nginma, ngindi||nginin||nginayu|
|2nd Person Dual||ngula||ŋula||ngulathu|
|2nd Person Plural||pula(ng)||pula(ng)||pulin||pulathu|
|3rd Person Singular Gender 1||ngundhi||ngundhi||ngukayu|
|3rd Person Singular Gender 2||ngundhi||ngundhi||ngukayu|
|3rd Person Dual||thana||thana||thanin||thanathu|
|3rd Person Plural||thana||thana||thanin||thanathu|