Datapoint Zulu / Gender Distinctions in Independent Personal Pronouns

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  1. Michael Mahoney Says:

    This datapoint is wrong. Zulu has noun class distinctions in third-person pronouns, but not gender ones. \Yena\ can mean both \he\ and \she.\

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