- Plurality is expressed via the suffix "-an", and if the final vowel is long, shorten it:
- It can also be expressed by adding the word "sab" or "log" for human noun after the singular form:
None of these cases can be applied to the plural form of a noun.
- You can form the locative case by adding the suffix "-ē." If the noun ended in "ā", it gets removed and if it ended in "ī" or "ū," the vowel gets shortened.
- You can form the instrumental case by adding the suffix "-ē̃." The same process of removing or shortening vowels as in the locative applies.
- Other cases may be indicated using postpositions.
- Linguistic Survey of India