Category:Nominal Syntax
Feature:Genitives, Adjectives and Relative Clauses WALS
Name:Weakly differentiated
Languages (59):
Conlangs (54):
Deini
Livagian [phonologically]
Poswa
Ayasthi
Rhean
Raitoliste
Rithande
Toki Pona
Gogido
Rejistanian
Bashika
Shsiwhe Luwur
K'tle
Mavakhalan
Zhontós
Imuthan
Missa
Aveata
Krig
Labasje
Kazujisha
draga
TIAL
Ngovasi
Lemohai
Rou
Endehl
Zorillo
Nevotak

all of them can directly precede the modified noun:

-- hat tak ya - (the) house of that person

-- mar ya - (the) big house

-- hat tak teuz ya - (the) house built by that person

besides, the word "res" can be used for both of the genitive structure and the relative clause structure:

-- hat tak res ya - (the) house of that person

-- hat tak teuz res ya - (the) house built by that person

gombazi
Nayraki
donawean
Modern low Ponuhi
Pastalie Hymmnos
Emeranye
Meino
Keihansoukaishi
Sǔra
Workinprogressian
Siaswo
Cheklomino
Jutean
lietūska
Oklane
Haotyetpi
Proto-Dahu-Kemba
TBD
Interesting
Dunia
Westlandish
Nylaf
Pandunia (Inflected)
Frater
Zdetl

Natlangs (5):
Mandarin
Indonesian
Khmer
Lango
Maybrat