n=ʔncl.clitoneNlám acho nlám ticuai.One dog and one person.This n= is listed separately from n= ‘relativizer’ because this is a special usage found in Pahi. ; It appears that use of the relativizer/nominalizer emphasizes the individualization of the classifier, not allowing for more than one.
N-ʔəm; ʔən; ʔəŋ; ʔəɲ; ʔəldet.pfxpfxprefix on demonstratives and two classifiers turning them into identifiers or determiners, rather than describers.Nnéh; ngcốh; ntíh; ntóh; llám; nnáq.This/these one(s); that/those one(s); up there one(s); down there one(s); the thing(s); the person(s).N- is speculated to have been grammaticalized from n= clitic of the relativizer ân. cfN=par-2
N=ʔənn.clitpossessor cliticNgcư, mmay, ndo, nnháng, ng-he, ngngai, ndo ipe, ndo ape.Mine, yours, his, ours, ours, theirs, yours (pl), theirs.Short for ndo. Precedes pronouns to make them possessive (ndo precedes two-syllable pronouns and any nouns).; (Alternatively a prefix grammaticalized from a previous clitic).cfân 1N-
-N/L-[C]ə[N/L]n.nfxnominalizer of verbsAtéiq > ntéiq; táq > rnáq; pôc > pannôc.Start > the start; do > the doing; go > the going.Pahoc > parhoc.Teach (cause to learn) > the teaching.Do táq tannáq ân lâyq o.He does doings that are not good.Nouns derived from verbs by infixation of nasals or liquids.; Changes verb to noun by infixation (almost always resulting in a CVC presyllable in which schwa is short--exception: canóh ‘chopping board’)cfcan-par-3ra-