Category:Nominal Categories
Feature:Plurality in Independent Personal Pronouns WALS
Name:Person stem + nominal plural affix
Languages (82):
Conlangs (73):
Kamakawi
Zhyler
Naisek
Khangathyagon
Velu
Rejistanian
Dainyu
Malabas
Missa
Ruzian
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Reisu
Sihaku
Dzuutani
draga
Uirian
Ngaru
Raig
Na'vi
Standard Ancaron
Celinese

The feminine plural is added to ergative singular pronouns to pluralise:

Ais (I) becomes aisot (exclusive we) Ana (you) becomes anot (you plural) Sà (she, he, it) becomes saiot (they).

This is not true in other circumstances, such as the absolutive, used for direct object pronouns:

Mé (me) but fair (us) Ané (you) but anaith (you plural) Sé (him, her, it) but seith (them)

Baranxe'i
Proto-Aukkangtin
Salhari
Redspeech
Korpasian
Arroe
Lup (Simplified)
Mamambam
Vrlungla
Barbane
Volapuk
westcontinental Ngyamkyehe language
Maja
Doayâu
Kaujasakka
Inilt
Old Nevotak
Temarp
Eranai
Iaskyon
Sazhir
Meino
FeNeKeRe
Keihansoukaishi
Clofabian
Yuzojo
Oklane
Suhon
Ido
Wihri
Patuximis
Ernalan
Onnasurin
Common Honey
Etelegbe
Mesak
Xingish
Qrai
Dhrahhynian
Ancient Draconian
INS
Nomikan
Kiriyow (Creole)
TBD
griuskant
Miirna
Dunia
Nylaf
Unish
Common Minervan
mundezo
Polarian

Natlangs (9):
Japanese
Turkish
Khalkha
Meithei
Mixtec (Chalcatongo)
Nivkh
Wichi
Nenets
Trumai