Nominal forms include the forms of nouns, pronouns, and demonstratives. You can view nominal forms in two ways:
- You can navigate to a particular language and then browse a list of its nominal paradigms and nominal forms.
Example: the nominal paradigms and nominal forms of Proto-Algonquian.
- You can search for a particular nominal paradigm in one or more languages.
Example: the personal pronouns of Shawnee, Atikamekw, and Munsee.
More information about the presentation and analysis of nominal forms will be added here later.