Entries from Tsukamoto 1988 in Pollex-Online

Tsukamoto, A. (1988). The language of Niuafo'ou Island. Canberra, Australian National University. PhD.

Language Item Description
Niuafo'ou Ke Second person singular preposed pronoun
Niuafo'ou Kita First person singular inclusive prounoun: "each of us", or humble and polite form . Independent and subject clitic
Niuafo'ou Koe You (sg)
Niuafo'ou (Ku)laa, lua Second person dual preposed pronoun
Niuafo'ou Koolua Second person dual pronoun
Niuafo'ou Kotou Second person plural subject clitic pronoun
Niuafo'ou Kootou Second person plural independent pronoun
Niuafo'ou ʔA/ku, ʔo/ku First person singular type II pronoun, occurring after the prepositions 'o, 'a, mo'o and ma'a
Niuafo'ou Ia Third person singular independent pronoun
Niuafo'ou Naa Third person dual subject clitic pronoun Problematic
Niuafo'ou Naa Third person dual possessive suffix Problematic
Niuafo'ou Notou Third person plural subject clitic pronoun Problematic
Niuafo'ou -notou Third person plural possessive suffix Problematic
Niuafo'ou Maa First person exclusive dual preposed subject pronoun
Niuafo'ou -maa First person exclusive dual possessive suffix
Niuafo'ou Motou First person exclusive plural subject pronoun
Niuafo'ou -motou First person exclusive plural possessive suffix
Niuafo'ou Maatou We (exc.)
Niuafo'ou Maaua We two (exc)
Niuafo'ou ʔA/na, ʔo/na Third person singular type II pronoun, occurring after the prepositions 'o, 'a, mo'o and ma'a
Niuafo'ou Ina, ne Third person singular person determiner
Niuafo'ou Naaua Third person dual independent pronoun
Niuafo'ou Naatou Third person plural independent pronoun
Niuafo'ou -ta,-to First person singular affective possessive suffix
Niuafo'ou Taaua We two (inc)
Niuafo'ou ʔA/u, ʔo/u Second person singular type II pronoun, occurring after the prepositions 'o, 'a, mo'o and ma'a
Niuafo'ou -(ku)laa, -luaa Second person dual possessive suffix
Niuafo'ou -kotou Second person plural possessive suffix