"A" Class Pronouns:

(Used with verbs beginning
with a consonant.)


Singular
tsi- (I)
hi- (you)
a- (he/she/it)
Dual
ini- (you and I)
sdi- (you two)
osdi- (s/he and I)
Plural (more than two)
idi- (we - including you)
otsi- (we - not including you)
itsi- (you)
ani- (they)


"B" Class Pronouns:

(Used with verb stems beginning
with a consonant.)

Singular
agi- (I)
tsa- (you)
u- (he/she/it)
Dual
gini- (you and I)
sdi- (you two)
ogini- (s/he and I)
Plural (more than two)
gi- (we - including you)
ogi- (we - not including you)
itsi- (you)
uni- (they)

(Note: pronouns beginning with
"o" mean 'you not included'.)


Love/Be possessive of/Stingy with

-geyu-


Note: This verb uses both A and B Class pronouns in the present and habitual to seemingly express the difference between; loving/possessing an animate object (A Class), and/or being stingy with/possession of an inanimate object (B Class).

Present Tense

ᏥᎨᏳᎠ tsigeyu'a I love him/her.
ᎠᎨᏳᎠ ageyu'a s/he, it loves him/her.

ᎠᎩᎨᏳᎠ agigeyu'a I am possessive of/stingy with it.
ᎤᎨᏳᎠ ugeyu'a s/he, it is possessive of/stingy with it.

Habitual Tense

ᏥᎨᏳᏐᎢ tsigeyuso'i I always love him/her.
ᎠᎨᏳᏐᎢ ageyuso'i s/he always loves him/her.

ᎠᎩᎨᏳᏐᎢ agigeyuso'i I am always possessive of/stingy with it.
ᎤᏰᏳᏐᎢ ugeyuso'i s/he is always possessive of/stingy with it.

Remote Past Tense

ᎠᎩᎨᏳᏒᎢ agigeyusv'i I loved him/her/it.
ᎤᎨᏳᏒᎢ ugeyusv'i s/he wrote him/her/it.

Infinitive

ᎠᎩᎨᏳᏗ agigeyuhdi I - to love him/her/it
ᎤᎨᏳᏗ ugeyhdi s/he - to love him/her/it


Imperative

ᎯᎨᏳᏎᏍᏗ! higeyusesdi! love him/her!!
ᏍᏗᎨᏳᏎᏍᏗ! sdigeyusesdi! you two love him/her!