Category:Verbal Categories
Feature:The Morphological Imperative WALS
Name:Second person number-neutral
Languages (159):
Conlangs (141):
Miapimoquitch
Kamakawi
Qþyn|gài
Ayeri
Hasu Khomiyo
Kelenala
Kelanian
Cholnish
Ayasthi
Héhà
Gevey
Zhyler
Jaibi
inapo-sakai
Quenya
Jarolim
Jarda
Tirelat
Classical Arithide
Rithande
Modern Arithide
Toki Pona
Eridanian
Celíminé
Gogido
Cirena
Dahilese
Taruven
Mavakhalan
Kuyʔūn
Zhontós
Annese
FIAL
Ryupisasa
Solaric
Krig
Géarthnuns
Moten
Surang Jumbar
Ishtol
Kangir
Classical Magorian
Proto-Kunnu-lujungo
Senjecas
One form (-e) for imperatives. Also used for the hortative and the jussive. Distinction shown in the pronouns which must be used.
Cenyani
Emnonian
Future English
Talmit
Sentalian
Ngaru
Liu
Raig
Mekoshan
Celdirin
Ozavakve
Wanya
Na'vi
Salhari
Verunic
Slyrdian
Meftla
Manchu
Anikele
Kiswona
Rammy
Dothraki
Hercsex
Vishak
Alakulian
Nahakhontl
Başam
Applelang
Sarian
Prydonian High Gallifreyan
Old Zarcosian
Ancient
Jumban
Adejori
Begonian
Aoma
Netagin
Eranai
Femmish
Satang
Levran Both the imperative and jussive are formed with 'síva'.
Sunbyaku
Avemuacha
Keihansoukaishi
Tumbian
Ccharthii
Achiyitqan
Nuim
Iathi
Nizhmel
Traup
Derovian
Vtayn
Omayna
Siaswo
Brooding
Lwaitel
Neoquux
Tnaaq
Settamu
Jutean
Pach'o
Suiacuili
Haotyetpi
Iloyan
Thuun
Nattoretan
Kirronga
Valkanshia
Old Arassenian
Numi
Thulean
Ganur Lon
Khan Nilau Khaftim
Weakwan
Tajju-njo Gwa
Gravgaln
Carrajina
Common Honey
Kachan
Selade
Pejlanrau Khanech Khaftim
Mesak
Illicraic
Nomikan
Esperanto 1894
Zheymi
Ilcharotic
Westlandish
Nylaf
Menxháo
ExoticLang
Polarian
Common Minervan
Tangachi

Natlangs (18):
Japanese
Ainu
Asmat
Canela-Kraho
Hunzib
Imonda
Ingush
Kayardild
Koromfe
Khalkha
Korean
Lezgian
Malagasy
Meithei
Martuthunira
Mixtec (Chalcatongo)
Ngiyambaa
Oneida