Akə kadz su dɛt ki tə hika ɔ̃m, su kãʋ su nɔm tɛ King.
The dog of the man who lives in that house is named King.
Here, su dɛt is a postposition. In Example 113, dɛt is a preposition. The directional or stationary interpretation of both su dɛt and dɛt is independent of their placement relative to the noun phrase they appear with.