ChoctawEdit

EtymologyEdit

From hapi- +‎ im-.

PrefixEdit

hapim- (before consonants hapi-, class III first-person plural)

  1. the indirect object of an active transitive verb
    to us (all), for us (all)
  2. the subject of an intransitive affective verb
    we (all)
  3. the direct object of a small set of transitive verbs mostly dealing with affect, communication and intimacy
    us (all)
  4. indicates possession of a noun
    our (we all's)

InflectionEdit