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ChoctawEdit

Alternative formsEdit

  • ʋm (traditional)

PrefixEdit

am- (after another prefix -sam-, before consonants a-, class III first-person singular)

  1. the indirect object of an active transitive verb
    to me, for me
  2. the subject of an intransitive affective verb
    I
  3. the direct object of a small set of transitive verbs mostly dealing with affect, communication and intimacy
    me
  4. indicates possession of a noun
    my

InflectionEdit

person markers class I class II class III class N imperative
+s +C +V +C/i +a/o +C +V +C +V +C +V
first-person singular initial -li sa- si- a- am- ak- n/a
medial -sa- -sam-
paucal ī- il- pi- pi- pim- kī- kil-
plural hapi- hapi- hapim-
second-person singular is- ish- chi- chi- chim- chik-
plural has- hash- hachi- hachi- hachim- hachik- ho- oh-
third-person i- im- ik-

Classical NahuatlEdit

Alternative formsEdit

  • an- (when followed by a consonant which is not labial)

PrefixEdit

am-

  1. Subject prefix for verbs; it indicates that the subject is second-person plural; you, you all.