Paradigm Details:

Language: (jig) Jingulu.


System Type: F

Source: Pensalfini (2003).

Comment: "The Warranganku dialect... has a separate set of Genitive pronouns, used to refer to a possessor, formed by adding a linking vowel and a gender agreement suffix to the root so that the pronouns agrees (sic) in gender with the possessum. If the possessum is masculine the Genetive pronoun ends in /-na/...if feminine /-rnini/...if neuter /-nu/...and if vegetable gender the Genitive pronoun ends in /-rnimi/..." p154 Just the genitive stems have been provided here.

Pronoun Paradigm:

  A S O Poss.
1st (excl) Person Singular ŋayarni ŋaya ŋarru ŋarr-
1st (excl) Person Dual ŋiɲiyilirni ŋiɲiyila ŋiɲaku ŋiɲak-
1st (excl) Person Plural ŋirrikarni ŋirriwala ŋirraku ŋirrak-
1st (incl) Person Dual mindiyilirni mindiyila mindaku mindak-
1st (incl) Person Plural ŋurrawalarni ŋurrawala ŋurraku ŋurrak-
2nd Person Singular ɲamarni ɲama ŋaanku ŋaank-
2nd Person Dual kuɲiyilirni kuɲiyila kuɲaku kuɲak-
2nd Person Plural kurrawalarni kurrawala kurraku kurrak-
3rd Person Singular Gender 1 jama - jama - ŋarnu niyi-
3rd Person Singular Gender 2 jimi - jimi - ŋayi niyi-
3rd Person Dual jamabaji - waɲikila wuɲaku wuɲak-
3rd Person Plural jamabaji - jamabaji - wurraku, ɲurraku wurrak-, ɲurrak-