Khanty

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Khanty (kca)

Like Mansi, Khanty (Ostyak) is an Ob-Ugric language. It is spoken by 13,600 people in western Siberia (Khanty-Mansi Autonomous Okrug and along the river Ob). There are various dialects. The data collected here are from the Sherkal dialect (Collinder 1957). For discussion of the Tremjugan dialect see Abondolo (1988).

All Khanty dialects distinguish between definite and indefinite conjugation (present and past forms). A transitive verb always agrees with its subject in person and number, but if the object is definite, number of the object (sg, du, pl) is cross-referenced as well.

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Agent-Target-agreement markers



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kca (etlg, gllg, wals, wp)
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