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=daangwey- nad

STEM FOR: (female's) sister-in-law

There is no simple independent word for this kind of relationship, a female's sister-in-law. A personal prefix goes with the dependent noun stem /=daangwey-/ a female's sister-in-law to make a full word:
  • nindaangwe, indaangwe, nidaangwe, ndaangwe my sister-in-law (a female's sister-in-law) (1s-3s)
  • gidaangwe your sister-in-law (a female's sister-in-law) (2s-3s)
  • odaangweyan her sister-in-law
    • [MN] odaangweyan her sister-in-law/sisters-in-law (3s-3').
    • [BL] odaangweyan her sister-in-law (3s-3's)
    • [BL] odaangweya’ her sisters-in-law (3s-3'p)

Stem: /=daangwey-/