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Nielsen says (p. 34) that ataata is the vocative form of ataataq. The spreadsheet has only ataataq. DAKA has both, but does not make explicit the difference. However, the translation of ataata is not given the definite ending, which might be taken to indicate that the writer does not consider it inflectable.__Gamren (talk) 14:13, 19 May 2017 (UTC)