There are three similar indefinite formations.
(1) Interrogative + see gives an indefinite reading equivalent to English 'some X/ any X' (see is the conditional marker).
(2) With the addition of the concessive marker /taam/ (in which case see is sometimes omitted) the reading is the universal 'X-ever. If a dependent verb is involved (e.g. whatever he touches'), the conditional and concessive markers usually follow the verb.
(3) Interrogative + voo gives an indefinite reading some X/ some X or other' (voo is the indefinite marker, used also to soften yes/no questions).
The indefinite pronoun aluŋas 'some [people], certain people' (no singular is found.) and the related determiner aluŋ are rare outside common expressions such as aluŋ ɔɔras 'sometimes; perhaps' and aluŋ jeentis 'some people'.
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