Suki Language - Morphology - Pronouns


The pronoun system of Suki is somewhat unique in the world, though quite typical for a language of New Guinea, in that the pronouns for 2nd singular and 1st plural are homophonous. Just like the nouns, the pronouns can also take most case affixes.

Singular Plural
1st person ne e
2nd person e de
3rd person u i

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