StAdj: The standard is followed by the adjective; the language does not have a separate marker for the comparative.
StAdjM: The standard is followed by the adjective, then the marker.
(1) mɔ̄jpar muŋ ēʟt-ew jūrəŋ.
bear we from-1pl strong
‘The bear is stronger than us.’ (S. O.)
(2) mɔ̄jpar šɔ̄war ēʟti jūrəŋ-šək.
bear rabbit from strong-comp
‘The bear is stronger than the rabbit’ (S. O.)
In Synja Khanty, the predicative comparative constructions have the base form (1) or the comparative form (2) of the adjective, and the postposition for ablative ēʟti (cf. Honti 1984: 65‒66).