Paradigm Details:

Language: (xbg) Bunganditj.


System Type: None

Source: Blake (2003).

Comment: "In Bunganditj there were free pronouns and bound pronouns. The free pronouns took case marking just like nouns, including ergative case marking when subject of a transitive verb. The free pronouns use for the subject of an intransitive predicate and the bound pronouns used for all subjects are displayed in Table 16." p37 Based on this, the A forms have been entered as per the S forms plus ergative case marking. Dual and plural O forms are not covered in the source.

Pronoun Paradigm:

  A S O Poss.
1st (excl) Person Singular ŋaθua ŋaθu =ŋayn ŋaθuwat, ŋaθuŋat, ŋana
1st (excl) Person Dual ŋaθuwilala ŋaθuwilal - ŋana-alu
1st (excl) Person Plural ŋaθuwilia ŋaθuwili - ŋana-anu
1st (incl) Person Dual ŋaθuwala ŋaθuwal - ŋana-alu
1st (incl) Person Plural ŋaθuwia ŋaθuwi - ŋana-anu
2nd Person Singular ŋurua ŋuru =ŋun ŋuruwat, ŋuruŋat, ŋanaon
2nd Person Dual ŋurpula ŋurpul - ŋana-oŋ
2nd Person Plural ŋurpawaa ŋurpawa, ŋurpaga, ŋurpala - ŋurpala-oroŋ
3rd Person Singular Gender 1 ñuwaŋa ñuwaŋ =ñuŋ ñuŋereŋat, ñuwaŋat, ŋaŋatpi
3rd Person Singular Gender 2 ñuwaŋa ñuwaŋ =ñuŋ ñuŋereŋat, ñuwaŋat, ŋaŋatpi
3rd Person Dual ñuŋgala ñuŋgal, ñuŋgul - ñuŋgalat
3rd Person Plural ñuŋpa , ñuŋpaa ñuŋpa, ñuŋpaga, ñuŋpala - ñuŋpala-at