NB: “Attributive modification is handled like a possessive phrase: the first syntactically nominal element occurs with a genitive morpheme (nominal inflectional clitic or suffix) and is understood as modifying the second noun. These genitive nominal elements can have the form of derived nouns or -xi' nouns” (Everett & Kern 1997:336). E.g. wijima-in xirim [smallness-3n house] 'small house' (lit: 'the house's smallness') (Everett & Kern 1997:151,336).
Everett & Kern 1997:151,158
Legal Values and Meanings:
both orders with neither order dominant
both but for specific forms
both but depend on the characteristics of the nominal head