Juxta: Possession is expressed through the juxtaposition of the possessor and the possessed noun.
PossSuff: Possession is expressed through the use of a suffix on the possessed noun.
(1) āťa-m witujsow ťēnt
(2) āťa-m witujsow ťēnt-e
In Northern Mansi, two constructions can express a possessive relationship. The first one is the bare linguistic juxtaposition of the possessor and the possessed entity (1), while in the other construction the possessed entity takes a personal suffix (2), which indicates the possessor’s number and person, and the number of the possessed entity (Rombandeeva 1973: 64).