niposs pers n detsomeone's action, state, possession; the action, state, possession of someoneNi is followed by a personal noun. For a description of the determiner preceding a common noun, see nang 1b.'Ang maguyang ni Rūsa, hay sa 'ātun pudir natabu' 'ang pag'asāwa niya.As for the older sister of Rosa, her marrying took place under our authority.Nang 'ūna pa lang nāmun nga pag'asāwa ni Birting, naghīmu' siya ning tabūnan nga pitu ka bilug.At the beginning of the marriage of Berting and me, he made seven pieces of deep sea fish traps.Pag'abut ni Sūsan sa bayay tuyug na sina Mamay.Upon Susan's arrival at the house, Mother and the others were already sleeping.cfnang1 nina nina nina Marks one of two people possessing something. Together they are designated by the first person plural possessive pronoun nāmun.gen pers n detA particular action is performed by a named person.Ni is followed by a personal noun. For a description of the determiner preceding a common noun, see nang 1a.'Aba nga kalīpay ku, kay mababakyan na 'aku ni Nanay ning bag'u nga bāru' kag sapātus!Oh, I am happy, because I will surely be able to be bought a new dress and shoes by Mother!cfnina

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