àng1pro:1he, she; third person singular pronoun.Àng lèga røshìe.‘He/she is reading a book.’9.2.3Pronouns2his, her.Àng rvmá nø gvzà tee.‘His field is relatively big.’9.2.3Pronounsàngkàngn:1his or her grandfather.Àngkàng nø gvzà svrǿnge.‘His or her grandfather is very old.’NFP + ‘grandfather’2owner, lord person, host of the festival.Gigo àngkàngpè yv́ngsv̀ng kvlv̀nge.‘The dog runs to its master/owner.’Rvgaq àngkàng.‘Landlord’Bvnlì àngkàng.‘Secretary’NFP + ‘lord’àngkup àngkàngkin:ancestors, forebears.Àngkup àngkàng maq v̀l yàngì móng.‘The land where their forefathers lived.’NFP + ‘great grandfather’ + NFP + ‘grandfather’àngkup1n:great grandfather or grandmother.Àng nø àngkup gø vdáe.‘He still has his great grandfather.’NFP + ‘great grandfather’àngmaq1pro:they (three or more); third person plural pronoun; three or more people.Àngmaq noqgú sv̀ng die.‘They go to a church.’3SG + PLàngnípro:they two; third person dual pronoun.Àngní svma.‘A couple or husband and wife.’Àngní nvm.‘They two siblings.’3SG + ‘two’àngnøngpro:they (three or more); third person plural inclusive pronoun.Àngnøngnvm nø vrv́me.‘They (siblings) are united.’3SG + PL=àngmaqàngnvm àngchvngn:siblings or blood related relatives.Àngnvm àngchvngrì kø̀m ráì.‘All the brothers and sisters (relatives) have arrived.’3SG + ‘sibling’ + 3SG + expressiveàngòpro:his, her; combination of àng + ò=àngò.Alòng chø̀m nø àngò íaòe.‘This is his/her house.’3SG + ‘possessive suffix’àngpè àngmèn:parents; his parents.Àngpè àngmè sv̀ng vpǿ ràe.‘One must respect one’s own parents.’3SG + ‘father’ + 3SG + ‘mother’àngrì àngyàngkin:relatives.Shvzøng bóy sv̀ng àngrì àngyàng shvngbe die.‘All his relatives attended his wedding.’àngsì àngkàngn:forefathers.Àngsì àngkàng sv̀ng vpøshì gǿ nø ìshøt vle.Blessed is the one who respects one’s own grand parents.’NFP + ‘grandmother’ + NFP + ‘grandfather’àngsǿ àngsèn:children.Àngsǿ àngsèrì kà ta rvt shaqré gǿní nøtshø̀me.‘The parents (Lit. two old persons) are happy because of their obedient children.’NFP + ‘son’ + NFP + ‘child’àngwan:he/she alone, itself.Àngwa dì daqì.‘He came alone.’Ang wawa í lúːngì.‘It just happen itself.’3SG + ‘only’