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The Genitive suffix is /-NIŋ/

Use cases

  1. Primarily marks possessor in possessive construction
  2. Marks the subject in certain types of subordinate clauses (analogous to relative clause)
  3. May be used with pronouns before instrumental =bile
  4. Marks the subject of a nominalized intransitive verb

See also