de Vries, Lourens. 2004. A short grammar of Inanwatan, an endangered language of the Bird’s Head of Papua, Indonesia. 560. Canberra: Pacific Linguistics.

Provided Lexicon:

IDLanguageWordEntrySource GlossAnnotationLoan
26159Inanwatan1sg A (1st (excl) Person Singular)náiti
26160Inanwatan1sg S (1st (excl) Person Singular)náiti
26161Inanwatan1sg O (1st (excl) Person Singular)náwe
26162Inanwatan1sg P (1st (excl) Person Singular)náre
26163Inanwatan1du A (1st (excl) Person Dual)níiti
26164Inanwatan1du S (1st (excl) Person Dual)níiti
26165Inanwatan1du O (1st (excl) Person Dual)níwe
26166Inanwatan1du P (1st (excl) Person Dual)níri, nírido
26167Inanwatan1pl A (1st (excl) Person Plural)níiti
26168Inanwatan1pl S (1st (excl) Person Plural)níiti
26169Inanwatan1pl O (1st (excl) Person Plural)níwe
26170Inanwatan1pl P (1st (excl) Person Plural)níri, níridoníri is the masculine form, able to be optionally further suffixed by masculine suffix -so. nírido is the feminine form which may optionally be suffixed by feminine -wo.
26171Inanwatan12du A (1st (incl) Person Dual)dáiti
26172Inanwatan12du S (1st (incl) Person Dual)dáiti
26173Inanwatan12du O (1st (incl) Person Dual)íwe
26174Inanwatan12du P (1st (incl) Person Dual)dári, dáro
26175Inanwatan12pl A (1st (incl) Person Plural)dáiti
26176Inanwatan12pl S (1st (incl) Person Plural)dáiti
26177Inanwatan12pl O (1st (incl) Person Plural)íwe
26178Inanwatan12pl P (1st (incl) Person Plural)dári,dárodári is the masculine form, dáro is the feminine form. They may be further optionally suffixed by the relevant gender suffix.
26179Inanwatan2sg A (2nd Person Singular)áiti
26180Inanwatan2sg S (2nd Person Singular)áiti
26181Inanwatan2sg O (2nd Person Singular)áwe
26182Inanwatan2sg P (2nd Person Singular)áre
26183Inanwatan2du A (2nd Person Dual)íiti
26184Inanwatan2du S (2nd Person Dual)íiti
26185Inanwatan2du O (2nd Person Dual)íwe
26186Inanwatan2du P (2nd Person Dual)íri, írido
26187Inanwatan2pl A (2nd Person Plural)íiti
26188Inanwatan2pl S (2nd Person Plural)íitií
26189Inanwatan2pl O (2nd Person Plural)íwe
26190Inanwatan2pl P (2nd Person Plural)íri, íridoíri is the masculine form and may be optionally suffixed by masculine -so. írido is the feminine and is suffixed by -wo.
26191Inanwatan3sg M A (3rd Person Singular Masculine)ítigi
26192Inanwatan3sg M S (3rd Person Singular Masculine)ítigi
26193Inanwatan3sg M O (3rd Person Singular Masculine)-sai
26194Inanwatan3sg M P (3rd Person Singular Masculine)tigidáe-so, tigáe-so, tigidá-wo, tigua-wo
26195Inanwatan3sg F A (3rd Person Singular Feminine)ítigo
26196Inanwatan3sg F S (3rd Person Singular Feminine)ítigo
26197Inanwatan3sg F O (3rd Person Singular Feminine)-wai
26198Inanwatan3sg F P (3rd Person Singular Feminine)tigáe
26199Inanwatan3sg N A (3rd Person Singular Neuter)ítigo
26200Inanwatan3sg N S (3rd Person Singular Neuter)ítigo
26201Inanwatan3sg N O (3rd Person Singular Neuter)-sai
26202Inanwatan3sg N P (3rd Person Singular Neuter)tigidáe-so, tigáe-so, tigidá-wo, tigua-wotigidáe-so: masculine possessor, masculine possessum; tigáe-so: feminine possessor, masculine possessum; tigidá-wo: masculine posessor, feminine possessum; tigua-wo: feminine posessor, feminine possessum
26203Inanwatan3du M A (3rd Person Dual Masculine)ítiga
26204Inanwatan3du M S (3rd Person Dual Masculine)ítiga
26205Inanwatan3du M O (3rd Person Dual Masculine)-wá
26206Inanwatan3du M P (3rd Person Dual Masculine)tigáe
26207Inanwatan3du F A (3rd Person Dual Feminine)ítiga
26208Inanwatan3du F S (3rd Person Dual Feminine)ítiga