• -a mbere adj bullet_arrow_right first , from imbere
    • urwego rwa mbere - first class
    • ikintu cya mbere - the first thing
  • -a- vm bullet_arrow_right 1. near past tense marker 2. conditional tense marker  (Which tense depends on the form of the verb stem)
    • nabonye Pawulo - I just saw Paul
    • bamubonye uyu munsi - they have seen him today
    • twasoma - we would read
  • -abo pro bullet_arrow_right theirs
    • ababo baraje - their people are coming
    • imodoka nk'izabo - cars like theirs
  • -abo adj bullet_arrow_right their
    • abahungu babo - their boys
    • imbwa yabo - their dog
    • ibitego byabo - their goals
  • -acu adj bullet_arrow_right our
    • abanyeshuri bacu - our students
    • inshuti zacu - our friends
    • ibintu byacu - our things
  • -acu pro bullet_arrow_right ours
    • abacu bazaza - our people will come
    • inzu nk'izacu - houses like ours
  • -ana nm bullet_arrow_right young of  (Common to many Bantu languages)
    • abana babonye ikibwana - the children found a puppy
  • -anjye pro bullet_arrow_right mine
    • abanjye ni abakene - my people are poor
    • ihene nk'izanjye - goats like mine
  • -anjye adj bullet_arrow_right my
    • mushiki wanjye - my sister
    • moto yanjye - my motorbike
    • ibiro byanjye - my offices
  • -anyu pro bullet_arrow_right yours (pl.)
    • abanyu baraje - your people are coming
    • intebe nk'izanyu - chairs like yours
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