Category:Nominal Categories
Feature:Pronominal and Adnominal Demonstratives WALS
Name:Different inflection
Languages (110):
Conlangs (98):
SASXSEK
Livagian [phonologically]
Kelenala
Ayasthi
Hasu Khomiyo
Bryatesle
Rhean
Quenya
Modern Arithide
Lajik
Icnac
Tersales
Mavakhalan
Kuyʔūn
Austrian
Alopian
Sjal
Longrimol
Krig
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Géarthnuns
Missa

When the proximal <ses> or distal <des> are pronominal, they must obligatorily take a nominalizing suffix (historically /0/; while this remains, it is not seen as correct as the general nominal suffixes <on> or <eń>), creating a word which then takes suffixes like a normal noun. When the two are adnominal, they become suffixes.

Kangir
Tinzirean
Ngovasi
Toilan
WNBA
Sentalian
Ngaru
South Eresian
Celdirin
Mîrkšam
Celinese

Sorair aich - that evening

Aichsé syrí - I like that

Aitwys syrí - I like that (one)

Kti
Lonmai Luna
Rarlang
Emyt
Olgittic
Cerstan
Verunic
Ieteje
gombazi
Kaynuryos
Ancient Yakim Language
Marag
Lántas
Barbane
Idhunaic
Tmaśareʔ
Kaujasakka
Seto ka'palo
Maksinaunminverbe
Bơlơn
Meino
Sunbyaku
Keihansoukaishi
Ccharthii
Sǔra
Jumban
Workinprogressian
Summerlandic
Haotyetpi
Proto-Tampoluric
lietūska
Lingwa de Planeta
Abasut
Tasza
Interlingua Antic
Ɣu
Numi
Draconic
Thulean
Ganur Lon
Khan Nilau Khaftim
Mayato MKII
Gothish
Pejlanrau Khanech Khaftim
Etelegbe
Eitinodo
Qrai
Faikari
Dhrahhynian
Interglossa
Ancient Draconian
INS
Dwarvish
Nomikan
Gan Dostau
Istokahi
Dunia
Novial
Westlandish
Pandunia (Inflected)
Common Minervan
ExoticLang
Tangachi

Natlangs (12):
Japanese
Turkish
Burushaski
Epena Pedee
Georgian
Hunzib
Ket
Khalkha
Kannada
Lezgian
Nivkh
Persian