Category:Nominal Categories
Feature:Asymmetrical Case-Marking WALS
Name:Subtractive-quantitatively asymmetrical
Languages (34):
Conlangs (25):
Kelanian
Bryatesle
Ghaf
Torain
Mavakhalan
Alopian
Proto-Kunnu-lujungo
The distributive case is not used on pronouns. The instrumental and prolative case can not be used on pronouns or animate nouns. The abessive case is not used on pronouns or nouns standing for humanoid beings. The distributive-temporal case on the other hand is additive-quantitatively asymmetrical, as it is only used on nouns of time, but since there are more subtractive-quantitatively asymmetrical cases I classified the language as that.
Denaden
Cenyani
Ngaru
Manchu
Kaynuryos
Doayâu
Pymmalian
Ilaini
Ccharthii
Yeqochun
Necarasso Cryssesa
Temporary1
Interlingua Antic
Red Creek
Ussaria
Kolyma Ainu
Random
Kavrinian

Natlangs (9):
Awa Pit
Berber (Middle Atlas)
Chukchi
Georgian
Kanuri
Oromo (Harar)
Paumari
Karok
Nenets