|Features||+1 -sg -- +2|
|Kind of Exponent||Suffix|
- All 1d/p↔2 forms in the transitive paradigm have the non-singular first and second person portmanteau suffix <-ni(n)> (1ns2).
- The role of each participant is disambiguated by the second person agent or subject prefix <-tɨ> (2SA).
- The first and second person non-singular suffix <-ni> (1ns2) can be reconstructed from protomorphemes <*-na> (2) + <*i> (1ns).
- The suffix has an unconditioned, idiolectal variant <-nin> (see the alternative forms in Bap/Paradigms/to take/Npst/Pos).