Body parts and parts of objects are inherently possessed. They take nominal inflections for person as well as an A series pronominal proclitic. The only exception is inanimate possession, which has zero marking on both ends. Some possessed nouns are irregular. Obligatorily possessed nouns can also be preceded by a possessor, particularly with third person possession.
foot, feet; the bottom of an object: lebañe, dibanni, sabanda.
mouth, bottom or mouth of a dry wash, mouth of a canyon, delta of a river: lebuje, dibundi, sabuda.
belly, stomach: lecaye, dicaŋi, sacada.
waist, middle; the trunk of a tree: lecemeye, dicemeŋi, sacemeda.
part, piece of something.
breath, wind: ledeleye, dideleni, sadeleda.
eye-socket: ledoŋecabuye, didoŋecabuni, sadoŋecabuda.
eye(s): ledoñe, didonni, sadonda.
neck, a thick vertical part: legaliye, digalini, sagalida.
nose, pointed part of an object: legiŋiye, digiŋini, sagiŋida.
finger, thumb: lekemeye, dikemeni, sakemeda.
skin, outer covering: lekibiye, dikibini, sakibida.
hand(s): lekuye, dikuni, sakuda.
liver, the part of the body that makes one a good or bad person: lemace, dimaŋga, samakeda.
tooth, teeth, the edge of something: lepeji, dipendi, sapeja.
ear(s): lesaje, disandi, sasada.
voice, sound: lesaduye, disaduni, sasaduda.
navel, center, under the surface of a body of water: leseji, disendi, saseja.
head, top: lesoñe, disonni, sasonda.
face, surface of the earth or water: taduye, taduni, taduda.
arm, branch, any horizontal part of a larger thing: letaje, ditaŋi, satada.
tongue, organ of speech: leyuñe, diyunni, sayunda.
body, self: leŋeye, diŋeni, saŋeda.