Junker, M.-O., Salt, L., & MacKenzie, M. (2005). East Cree Pronouns (Northern Dialect). In The Interactive East Cree Reference Grammar. Retrieved from [URL]
Marie-Odile Junker, Luci Salt and Marguerite MacKenzie. East Cree Pronouns (Northern Dialect). In The Interactive East Cree Reference Grammar. 2005. Web. [date]
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My late grandmother.
The absentative pronoun is made up of the demonstrative pronoun ᐆuu or ᐊᓐan plus a suffix. The ᐆᔮuuyaa set is used for living humans who are unexpectedly absent, while the ᐊᓂᔮaniyaa set is used primarily for deceased people.