Datapoint Mixed Ma’a/Mbugu/Special dependent person forms for subject and object

Like many Bantu languages, Mixed Ma'a/Mbugu has dependent subject and object pronouns preceding the verb (Mous 2003: 114f):

1SG: ni (SBJ); ni (OBJ)
2SG: u (SBJ); ku (OBJ)
1PL: tu (SBJ); tu (OBJ)
2PL: m(u) (SBJ); m(ú) (OBJ)
1: é/á (SBJ); m(u) (OBJ)
2: vé/vá (SBJ); (OBJ)
3: ú (SBJ); ú (OBJ)
4: í (SBJ); í (OBJ)
5: (SBJ); (OBJ)
6: é/á (SBJ); á (OBJ)
7: chí (SBJ); chí (OBJ)
8: (SBJ); (OBJ)
9: í (SBJ); í (OBJ)
10: (SBJ); (OBJ)
11: (SBJ); lú/ú (OBJ)
12: ké/ká (SBJ); (OBJ)
14.1: (SBJ); (OBJ)
14.2: ú (SBJ); ú (OBJ)
15: (SBJ); (OBJ)
16: hé/há (SBJ); (OBJ)
REFL: - (SBJ); (OBJ)

Values

Dependent subject and object forms

Example 62-13:
énihéye aré
é-ni-he-ye
3sg-obj.1sg-arrive-appl:prf
aré
there
He met me there.
Confidence:
Very certain