|Kind of Exponent||Suffix|
- The non-past negation suffix is <-(i)n ~ -nin> (NegNpst)
- Negation in the non-past tense is complicated. The negative forms do not always derive straightforwardly from the positive forms. Many phonological processes happen when this morpheme is attached (requires to be part of a full syllable).
- Lands in a slot after the third person patient suffix <-u> (3P), but before the first person singular suffix <-ŋ> (1sg).
- The combination of <-(i)n ~ -nin> (NegNpst) and <-nin ~ -nɨ> (2pl) can be [minin] and [nimin] (informants are uncertan on the right form).
- The spreading of [minin] to all 2→1ns forms in the negative non-past is represented by <-minin> (2→1nsNpstNeg).