Datapoint Eskimo Pidgin/Special dependent person forms for subject and object

None of the sources show evidence for dependent pronouns and it is unlikely that they ever existed in any Eskimo Pidgin.

Values

No dependent person forms

Example 76-28:
awoña
awoña
I
I

Source: Stefánsson 1909: 224

Example 76-29:
ĭllĭpsī
ĭllĭpsī
you
you

Source: Stefánsson 1909: 225

Example 76-30:
īla
īla
he
he, she, it

Source: Stefánsson 1909: 225

Example 76-31:
ĭllūĭt
ĭllūĭt
you.sg
you

Source: Stefánsson 1909: 221

Example 76-27:
tuktu tautuk picuktu awoña
tuktu
caribou
tautuk
see
picuktu
want
awoña
I
I am hunting caribou.

Source: Stefánsson 1909: 231

Example 76-2:
ōmē'lĭk a'baba ca'vik ka'ili ili'psi
ōmē'lĭk
captain
a'baba
say
ca'vik
knife
ka'ili
come
ili'psi
you
The captain orders you to bring him a knife.

Source: Stefánsson 1909: 222

Confidence:
Certain