Possessive pronounsEdit

The form of the possessive pronoun agrees in class with the head noun.

Nominal possessionEdit

When both the possessor and the possessee are overt nouns, the possessee is occurs before the possessor (head first).


Possessive pronounsEdit

Medumba has overt forms for both alienable and inalienable possession through the position of pronouns. The semantics of this distinction is detailed here .

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