Some articles on person:
... The possessive suffixes are as follows Person Apma (Suru Mwerani dialect) Apma (Suru Rabwanga dialect) Apma (Suru Kavian dialect) English 1st person singular -k -ngg ... This does not occur in other dialects 1st person singular nonggo bu "my knife" vilunggu "my hair" 2nd person singular nom bu "your knife" vilum "your hair" 3rd person singular nen bu "his/her knife" vilin "his ...
... Personal pronouns are distinguished by person and number ... The basic pronouns differ substantially between dialects Person Apma (Suru Mwerani dialect) Apma (Suru Rabwanga dialect) Apma (Suru Kavian dialect) English 1st person singular nana ...
Famous quotes containing the words dual and/or person:
“Thee for my recitative,
Thee in the driving storm even as now, the snow, the winter-day
Thee in thy panoply, thy measurd dual throbbing and thy beat
Thy black cylindric body, golden brass and silvery steel,”
—Walt Whitman (18191892)
“Psychiatrists classify a person as mad if he suffers from his problems in living, and a psychotic if he makes others suffer.”
—Thomas Szasz (b. 1920)