36 Distinct forms for inclusive/exclusive first person non-singular

A - feature is pervasive or obligatory6
B - feature is neither pervasive nor extremely rare2
C - feature exists, but is extremely rare2
D - attested absence of feature55
X - feature is not applicable (given the structural make-up of the variety/P/C)11
? - no information on feature is available1

Feature area:
Pronouns, pronoun exchange, nominal gender
Typical example:
afla (inclusive, i.e. ‘we, including you’) vs. mifela (exclusive, i.e. ‘we, not including you’)
Example source:
Queensland AbE (Malcolm 2008: 433)
Variety World Region Type Value
Id Primary text Variety Variety Type