SyntPP: PPs have a synthetic stem (i.e., the morphological expression of number and person occurs simultaneously), and the expression of different numbers within the same person does not display internal flexion.
PersPPNonspecAff: PPs use the same stem for variants within a given person, as well as a general (nominal) plurality marker.
The Hungarian personal pronouns in the first and the second person are regarded as synthetic forms, while in the third person the -k general plural suffix is attached to the singular pronoun. (cf. Kugler‒Laczkó 2000: 158‒159).