MorfNonpfrCC: Causatives are expressed using a non-periphrastic, morphological strategy.
(1) ńawram ulas-t ūnli.
(2) ńawram oma-te-n ulas-t ūn-tta-we.
In Northern Mansi, morphological causation is expressed by the verbal derivational suffix -tt- (cf. (1), (2)) (Riese 2001). In example (2), the verb is in the passive voice and the causer is in the lative-dative case, which serves as an agent marker.