Datapoint Diu Indo-Portuguese/Nominal plural marker and third-person-plural pronoun

The nominal plural marker (optional) is equivalent to the universal quantifier tud 'all'. The third person plural pronoun is
e(l)z.
Note that pluralizing tud is always prenominal and tends to accompany a demonstrative indicating definiteness, so that pluralising tud preferably attaches to a definite marker, with which it constitutes a syntactic unit.

Values

Differentiation

Example 39-54:
Es tud ε kaz də tud pad.
Es
this
tud
pl
ε
cop.npst
kaz
house
of
tud
all
pad.
priest
These are the houses of the priests.

Source: Cardoso 2009: 175

Example 39-57:
Elz tə istəda, vay iskɔl.
Elz
3pl
ipfv.npst
istəd-a,
study-inf
vay
go.npst
iskɔl.
school
They study, they go to school.

Source: Cardoso 2004-2008

Example 39-45:
Es tud ɔn foy raprig?
Es
this
tud
all
ɔn
where
foy
go.pst
raprig?
girl
Where did the girls go?

Source: Cardoso 2009: 173

Confidence:
Very certain