Category:Morphology
Feature:Exponence of Selected Inflectional Formatives WALS
Name:Monoexponential case
Languages (281):
Conlangs (238):
Shemspreg
Kamakawi
Qþyn|gài
Lembrin
Gevey
Hasu Khomiyo
Minza
Kelanian
Naisek
Cholnish
Ayasthi
Zhyler
Khafos
Yanusu
Ghaf
inapo-sakai
Khangathyagon
Saya
Chamanar
Raitoliste
Skerre
Jarda
Jaghri
Songulda
Esperanto
Terpish
Rithande
Modern Arithide
Eridanian
Tsolyani
Celíminé
gzb
Vilani
Dahilese
Bashika
Tinzirean
Tersales
Tine
Taruven
Kuyʔūn
Patakasama
Missa

Almost every suffix codes for a different formative (each suffix is its own morpheme), both in noun cases and in verbal TAM markers. A possible exception, depending on the analysis of the phenomenon, occurs in some historically new nominal cases, which arose from marking a noun already in the inessive or essive cases with the dative or ablative case markers, creating what are roughly illative, elative, translative and exessive cases.

Taiwazaiho
Ruzian
Angosey
Ouxu
Alpic
Nova
Solaric
Yivrian
Itra Kir
Classical Magorian
Sihaku
Stemmutsian
Surang Jumbar
Deiku
Kono Mai
matorian
Kangir
Paagnnyaglŝ
Rnihonön
Dzuutani
Proto-Kunnu-lujungo
Uirian
Ngovasi
Thiuas
Torimish
Talmit
WNBA
Ampizd
Uzkian
Plitnakya
Saimiar
Kiassan Turasta
Ngaru
Liu
Raig
Klingon
Na'vi
Laroitian
Mekoshan
Neo-Fictish
Emyt
Mîrkšam
Myrkçam is a highly agglutinative language, hence its monoexponential concatenative morphology.
Celdirin
Yaufulti
Insular Kett
Fae
Rawang Ata
Tmaśareʔ
Salhari
Olgittic
Mugini
Verunic
Trikuharric
Manchu
Korpasian
Proto-Frinthan
yiqa' yiywos
Nayraki
Average language
Athah
Kopfberger German
anotherunnamed
Kaynuryos
Lup (Simplified)
K'u1k'uts'
Mamambam
Vrlungla
Marag
Borchennymendi
Kiswona
Okuna
Hercsex
Baronh
Volapuk
Massalian
Idhunaic
Tatari Faran
Ebisedian
Old Arassenian
Fayn
Cwengaer
Platapapan
Q'oligo
Meditsrai
Kaujasakka
Inilt
Northern Lorkan
Prydonian High Gallifreyan
Adejori
Sathura
Proto-Angelic
Begonian
Levran
Temarp
Eranai
Iaskyon
Satang
Glosa
Aingeljã
Bơlơn
Apelcheq Maulochsab
Kamëzet
Sazhir
Meino
Sunbyaku
FeNeKeRe
Geulish
Adinjo
Isolating thing inspired by mesoamerican and southeast asian
Usangtari
Riagi
urdcax
Keihansoukaishi
Azniar
Guezu
Primitive Ayinis
Old Balres
Primitive Averlis
Lohsee
Mezhat
Cikap
Sonerha
Iathi
Proto-Toroq
Nizhmel
Old Greedian
yashde
Afri
Literary Fire
Workinprogressian
Laadan
Mira
Summerlandic
merechi
Mindakri
Settamu
Ndatshok
Haotyetpi
Proto-Tampoluric
Clofabian
Yuzojo
Suiacuili
Opus
Arcaicam Esperantom
Ido
Naharqan
Lingwa de Planeta
Nattoretan
Trayks
Kirronga
Valkanshia
Tajju-njo Gwa
Ɣu
Numi
Thulean
Ganur Lon
Khan Nilau Khaftim
Pannonian
Hanolen
Gravgaln
Firen
Selade
Common Honey
Pejlanrau Khanech Khaftim
Etelegbe
Mesak
Kolyma Ainu
Eitinodo
Sape
Interglossa
Ancient Draconian
Gan Dostau
Nomikan
CALS Average Feature Values
Ythnandosian
At'ik
Istokahi
Enlalen
Atlam
Seignuric
Novial
Westlandish
Common Minervan
Esata
Intal
Interlingue (Occidental)
mundezo
Polarian
Gavaro
Q.T. Lingua Franca
Hallon
Choton
Tangachi

Natlangs (43):
Mandarin
Hungarian
Japanese
Spanish
Turkish
Awa Pit
Berber (Middle Atlas)
Burmese
Basque
Burushaski
Epena Pedee
Georgian
Gooniyandi
Hindi
Hunzib
Imonda
Ingush
Kewa
Khalkha
Khoekhoe
Khasi
Kannada
Koasati
Korean
Lezgian
Malagasy
Maori
Maricopa
Meithei
Martuthunira
Mangarrayi
Ngiyambaa
Oromo (Harar)
Persian
Quechua (Imbabura)
Rama
Rapanui
Sanuma
Wichita
Warao
Yoruba
Mundari
Trumai