GenPoss: The possessor, whether noun or pronoun, precedes the possessed noun.
(1) qō ʌājəm
’the man’s axe’
(2) ma jēj-em
In Surgut Khanty, both nominal and pronominal possessors precede the possessed entity. If the possessor is expressed by a noun, the possessive relationship is only marked by the possessor-possessed entity word order (1), while pronominal possessors require the possessed entity to be marked with a Px (2) but the word order remains the same.