System Type: F
Source: Lorenzino (1998).
Comment: The first person singular A, S and O pronoun listed is described as being in free variation with the forms /m, ŋ, ∅, am/ (Lorenzino 1998:144). Alternate forms for other pronouns are described in the notes for each entry. All possessive pronouns are formed through regular addition of the prefix /di-/, as such all patterns of variation observed in relation to the A, S and O forms also occur in the possessive forms (Lorenzino 1998:142-3). In addition to the forms listed below, the language also possesses an unmarked, impersonal pronoun /a/, meaning 'one, somebody', which can be used in both the singular and plural (Lorenzino 1998:150-5).
|1st (excl) Person Singular||am||am||am||m, mu|
|1st (excl) Person Dual||nɔ||nɔ||nɔ||nɔ|
|1st (excl) Person Plural||nɔ||nɔ||nɔ||nɔ|
|1st (incl) Person Dual||nɔ||nɔ||nɔ||nɔ|
|1st (incl) Person Plural||nɔ||nɔ||nɔ||nɔ|
|2nd Person Singular||bo||bo||bo||bo, o|
|2nd Person Dual||eθe, θe||eθe, θe||eθe, θe||θe|
|2nd Person Plural||eθe, θe||eθe, θe||eθe, θe||θe|
|3rd Person Singular Gender 1||e, ele||e, ele||e, ele||re|
|3rd Person Singular Gender 2||e||e||e|
|3rd Person Dual||anɛ, enɛ||anɛ, enɛ||anɛ, enɛ||anɛ|
|3rd Person Plural||anɛ, enɛ||anɛ, enɛ||anɛ, enɛ||anɛ|