GenPoss: The possessor, whether noun or pronoun, precedes the possessed noun.
(1) āťa-m ťēnt
(2) āťa-m ťēnt-e
(3) tuw ťēnt-e
In Northern Mansi, there are two possessive constructions: the bare juxtaposition of the elements (1), and the construction in which the possessed entity is marked with a personal suffix (2). In both constructions (irrespective of the nominal or pronominal status of the elements), the possessor precedes the possessed entity (Rombandeeva 1979).