ExtRel: The head appears outside the relative clause. This is called an external relative clause.
(1) saša-n al-ǝm wās-e kol-t ōli.
(2) saša χoťi wās-e al-ǝs-te kol-t ōli.
In Northern Mansi, the primary form of subordination is the participle construction, in which case the head noun is outside the subordinate clause (1). Alternatively, relative pronouns can also mark subordination (Rombandeeva 1979) – nonetheless the head noun is still outside the subordinate clause (2).