System Type: F
Source: Cablitz (2006).
Comment: When occurring as a grammatical object, personal pronouns are preceded by the object/oblique marking preposition ‘iɑ’ (Cablitz 2006:101). This element is not included in the object forms listed below as it is analysed and glossed by Cablitz (2006) as distinct from the set of personal pronouns. In addition, other than the second person singular and first person singular possessive forms listed below, no special possessive pronouns exist (Cablitz 2006:101). Rather, the possessive use of pronouns is marked periphrastically using the S/A/O forms as discussed in detail by Cablitz (2006:167 ff).
|1st (excl) Person Singular||ɑu||ɑu||ɑu||ʔɑtou|
|1st (excl) Person Dual||mɑuɑ||mɑuɑ||mɑuɑ||mɑuɑ|
|1st (excl) Person Plural||mɑtou||mɑtou||mɑtou||mɑtou|
|1st (incl) Person Dual||tɑuɑ||tɑuɑ||tɑuɑ||tɑuɑ|
|1st (incl) Person Plural||tɑtou||tɑtou||tɑtou||tɑtou|
|2nd Person Singular||koe||koe||koe||to|
|2nd Person Dual||koʔuɑ||koʔuɑ||koʔuɑ||koʔuɑ|
|2nd Person Plural||kotou||kotou||koʔuɑ||koʔuɑ|
|3rd Person Singular Gender 1||iɑ||iɑ||iɑ||iɑ|
|3rd Person Singular Gender 2||iɑ||iɑ||iɑ||iɑ|
|3rd Person Dual||ʔɑuɑ||ʔɑuɑ||ʔɑuɑ||ʔɑuɑ|
|3rd Person Plural||ʔɑtou||ʔɑtou||ʔɑtou||ʔɑtou|