Inanimate individuative. pálklikt ‘fence’; páluun ‘be situated in water’; panánp̓a ‘be situated against’; páq̓in ‘sit on (inanimate individuative subject)’; páƛ̓ɨmtk ‘chip one piece’; qápaničanwi ‘cascade, spill over the falls’; páta ‘be situated’ (individuative inanimate subject); pátun ‘be situated’ (individuative inanimate subject); pátuk ‘place’ (individuative object); pátaat ‘tree’; pátu ‘mountain, snow peak’; perhaps -pát̓a ‘be hungry for’.. See also distributive p-. [NP /ˀpé-/; cf. NP /ˀ´pe/ ‘be in a crowd, mingle’; PS *(ˀ)pe may be related via sound symbolism to PS *we ‘be’.]