PPAff: Case is marked on personal pronouns using suffixes.
The declension of singular persnal pronouns (I, you, he/she/it)
(based on Honti 1977: 275–276. és Csepregi 1998: 24–25.)
Personal pronouns in the lat, loc, apr, tra, ins-fin, com-instr and abe cases take the same suffixes which are used with nouns. Compared to the noun declension paradigm, the paradigm of pronouns is more extensive: they also have accusative and dative cases. The suffix of the accusative is -t, and the dative is formed by attaching the appropriate personal affix (Px) to the accusative stem. In the remaining part of the pronominal paradigm the case-marking suffixes are attached to the dative stem (except for the loc). The affixation of the personal pronoun shows some subdialectal variation in Surgut Khanty.