TrCeeDitrCeeRec: The causee appears in the same form as the recipient of a non-causative ditransitive construction.
(1) oma-m sup jūnt-i.
(2) oma-m jiγriś-um maγǝs ūp-um-n sup jūnt-upt-i.
(3) oma-m jiγriś-um maγǝs ūp-um-n sup jūnt-uŋkwe lāw-i.
(4) oma ńawram-n ńāń myγ-te.
In Northern Mansi, causation can be expressed morphologically (cf. (1) and (2)) and periphrastically. In both cases, the causee is in the lative-dative case. The same case marker is used to mark the recipient in simple ditransitive clauses (4). However, it is also possible to mark the ditransitive recipient with the accusative (Sipőcz 2012b, 2012c). The constructions above can also be put in the passive voice, but they are rare.