Nio/Materials/Tereshenko 1979

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In Nganasan, as in all Northern Samoyedic languages, in the objective conjugation there are separate sets of markers for different combinations of subject person and object number. Due to the regularities throughout the paradigm below, they may to a certain extent be analysed as being composed of different markers. The portmanteaus here are very similar to the Nenets/Enets patterns:

person of subject 1 2 3
sg object m r t/δ
du/pl object n t t


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transliterated version (cf. Helimski, E. 'Nganasan' in Abondolo (Ed.) The Uralic Languages. London, New York: Routledge)


subj subj.conj. obj.conj.(sg) obj.conj. (du/pl) refl.conj.
1sg

2sg

3sg

-m

--

-mə

-rə

tu

-ne/-na

-te/-tʲe

-ty/-tʲy

-nə

-ʔ /-δə

1du

2du

3du

-mi

-ri

-gəi

-mi

-ri

-δi

-ni

-ti/tʲi

-ti/tʲi

-ni

-ti/-tʲi

-ti/-tʲi

1pl

2pl

3pl

-muʔ

-ruʔ

-muʔ

-ruʔ

-δuŋ

-nyʔ

-tyʔ/-tʲyʔ

-tyŋ/-tʲyŋ

-nyʔ

-tyʔ/-tʲyʔ

-təʔ

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