IntrCeeAccP: The causee appears as the direct object; in nominative languages, this is the accusative case.
(1) ńawram ulas-t ūnl-i.
(2) oma-te tawe ulas-n ūn-tt-i.
(3) miša kuťuw-e lāγl-aγǝn ľuľ-uŋkwe lāw-ǝs.
(4) ńawram oma-te-n ulas-t ūn-tta-we.
In Northern Mansi, causation can be expressed morphologically (cf. (1) and (2)) and periphrastically (3). In both constructions, the causee takes the direct object form (Riese 2001). With the passive counterpart of the constructions, which is very frequent in Northern Mansi, the causee is in the nominative, while the causer is marked with the agentive lative-dative case (Kulonen 1989).