Junker, M.-O., Blacksmith, L., & MacKenzie, M. (2003). East Cree Pronouns (Southern Dialect). In The Interactive East Cree Reference Grammar. Retrieved from [URL]
Marie-Odile Junker, Louise Blacksmith and Marguerite MacKenzie. East Cree Pronouns (Southern Dialect). In The Interactive East Cree Reference Grammar. 2003. Web. [date]
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ᐊᐃᐦ᙮᙮᙮᙮᙮ ᒌ ᒧᐧᐁᐤ ᙮᙮᙮᙮᙮ᓂᒣᓴ᙮
aih… chii muweu …namesa.
Uh… s/he ate… fish.
Pronouns like ᐊᐃᐦaih are used when a speaker cannot think of a particular noun. They act as placeholders for that noun. They are inflected, like other pronouns, indicating that the speaker is aware of the gender (animate or inanimate), number (singular or plural) and obviation status of the missing noun.