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|Nominative||yun / nyu||yen / nyé|
|Accusative||is / si||yas / sya||yés / syé|
|Dative||it / ti||yut / tyu||yét / tyé|
Indicates the subject of a sentence. Example: ayásh (The fire [as a subject]).
Indicates the direct object of a sentence. Example: ayáshis (The fire [as a direct object]).
Indicates the indirect object of a sentence. Example: ayáshit (The fire [as a indirect object]).
Location and Movement CasesEdit
|Locative||ip / pi||yap / pya||yép / pyé|
|Ablative||ib / bi||yup / byu||yéb / byé|
|Allative||ik / ki||yuk / kyu||yék / kyé|
Indicates location on/at/in the term. Example: I'm at the house.
Indicates movement away from the term. Example: I'm going away from the house.
Indicates movement to the term. Example: I'm going to the house.
|Adjectival||il / li||yal / lya||yél / lyé|
|Adj. of Inferiority||iléssu / lyéssu||ilóssu / lyóssu||ilíssu / ilyýssu|
|Adj. of Equality||iléssi / lyéssi||ilóssi / lyóssi||ilíssi / lyýssi|
|Adj. of Superiority||iléssa / lyéssa||ilóssa / lyóssa||ilíssa / lyýssa|
Indicates relationship to the term; it is used to form adjectives. Example: I see the beautiful house.
- Adjectival Comparative of Inferiority
Indicates relationship to the term; it is used to form comparative adjectives. Example: The house is less beautiful than the other.
- Adjectival Comparative of Equality
Indicates relationship to the term; it is used to form comparative adjectives. Example: The house is as beautiful as the other.
- Adjectival Comparative of Superiority
Indicates relationship to the term; it is used to form comparative adjectives. Example: The house is 'more beautiful than the other.
|Causal||ish / shi||yash / shya||yésh / shyé|
|Comitative||iz / zi||yuz / zyu||yéz / zyé|
|Adverbial||irh / rhi||yurh / rhyu||yérh / rhyé|
|Possessive 1st Person Sing. (My)||ir / ri|
|Possessive 1st Person Dual (Our )||erér / rér|
|Possessive 1st Person Plural (Our)||yér / ryé|
|Possessive 2nd Person Sing. (Your)||ar / ra|
|Possessive 2nd Person Dual (Your )||arar / rar|
|Possessive 2nd Person Plural (Your)||yar / rya|
|Possessive 3rd Person Sing.||ur / ru|
|Possessive 3rd Person Dual||ór / ró|
|Possessive 3rd Person Plural||ér / ré|
The possessive sufixes can be combined to another case sufixes.
ayash n. "fire" (not inflected)
ayashir "My [singular] fire [singular] (as a subject)"
ayashyéssér "Their [plural] fires [plural] (as a direct object)"
ayashyutyér "Our [plural] fires [dual] (as an indirect object)"
Indicates response or cause to the term. Example: I'm going away from the house because it is old.
Indicates company with the term. Example: I'm going away from the house with my fiancée.
Indicates relationship to the term; it is used to form adverbs' Example: The house is ridiculously ugly.
Indicates a possession. Example: This is my house.