‘ama’₂

'ama'₂ ProN he (cf. she) Xatit 'ama' bana'an. He ate the bread. Gewta' na' am. I met him.

ama’, ‘am

ama', 'am ProN he, she Xatit 'ama' baana'an. He ate the bread. Di'ishta' 'ama' yunk'u limna. She made the warm acorn mush.

‘am

'am ProN him, her Jack 'utyut 'am. Jack pushed him. Gewta' na' 'am. I met her.

‘am/’amin

'am/'amin ProN his, her Hoxitta' 'amin cheexa'. His dog barked. Mich' k'oti' 'am xo'. Her house is very big.

na’, nan

na', nan ProN I Ta'ishhil na' 'amaamin. I saw them. Ta'ishhil 'aman nan. They saw me.

nan

nan ProN me Nancy' di'ishshitta' nan t'eewish. Nancy made a basket for me.

nim

nim ProN my Ipsinta' nim wonish. My wallet was lost. Yuhu'un' na' nim won'shi. I'm looking for my wallet.

maayin

maayin ProN our Bemeeman' maayin xo'. Our house will get full.

‘ama’₃

'ama'₃ ProN she (cf. he) Di'ishta' 'ama' yunk'u limna. She made the warm acorn mush. K'o'to' Jack 'am sumsuxan. Jack pelted her with gooseberries.

‘amaagin

'amaagin ProN their (dual) P'ay' 'amaagin mich kande'ich'. Their child is a real candy-eater.