Ꭶ- is used to indicate a period of time has occurred (or will have occurred) since the start of an event.

This prefix goes just before the bound pronoun, after Ꮥ/Ꮧ.

Add the prefix Ꭶ-, being careful about the pronunciation rules.

Can be added to past tense, etc.

Ꭶ- before consonents. ᎦᏱ͓- before vowels; Ꭶ- + -Ꭰ => Ꭼ; Ꭶ- becomes Ꭸ- for 2nd person forms, Ꭶ- becomes ᎬᏩ͓- for third person forms, ᎬᏩ͓ + Ꭴ => ᎬᏩ.

  • gaginigohvi, “since you and I saw it”

  • gayoginigohv, “since he and I saw it”

  • gvgigohvi, “since I saw it”

  • gejagohvi, “since you saw it”

  • gesdigohvi, “since you two saw it”

  • gvwagohvi, “since he saw it”

  • gvwanigohvi, “since they saw it”

[from CED, pg 255]