Datapoint Haitian Creole/Order of possessor and possessum

Regardless of its internal structure, the definite determiner is always moved to the extreme right of a NP in Haitian Creole.
In the present case, there are NPs in the form of genitival constructions, in which the order of the elements is the following: head (possessum) + dependent (possessor) + definite determiner.
Thus, the context-dependent allomorphy of the definite determiner also applies here.

Values

Possessum-possessor

Example 49-30:
Msye souse tout san bourik la.
Msye
mister
souse
suck
tout
all
san
blood
bourik
donkey
la.
def
He sucked all the blood of the donkey.
French: Il suça tout le sang de l'âne.

Source: Fattier 1996a: 229

Example 49-4:
Mwen wè machin wouj Mari a.
Mwen
1sg
see
machin
car
wouj
red
Mari
Marie
a.
def
I saw Marie's red car.
French: J'ai vu la voiture rouge de Marie.
Example 49-3:
kay Jan an
kay
house
Jan
Jean
an
def
John's house
French: la maison de Jean
Confidence:
Very certain