Some articles on marker, nominal marker:
... As stated in the verbal system, verbs which employ the v- set marker to indicate the subject, use the m- set marker to indicate the direct or the indirect object ... Looking at the table of the m- set marker, we see that the prefixal nominal marker for the second person singular is g- ... This is because the plural indirect object "you (plural)" requires both the prefixal nominal marker g- and the plural marker -t ...
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