Example 1-4

mie Piekien em Oema
mi
1sg
pikin
child
en
3sg
uma
woman
my child's wife (daughter in law)
Dutch: myn Zoonsvrouw, Schoondochter [op.cit.]

Comment:
Here the 3SG non-subject pronoun en, coreferential with the possessor, appears between possessor and possessum. This construction occurs only rarely in the 18th-century sources; it is also attested for later stages of Sranan however. Even though we find no cases with the 3PL pronoun, we assume it may have been possible.
Type:
written
Source:
Weygandt 1798: 15