Conjugate prepositions and use case?
Something like Hungarian and Nahuatl?

In Hungarian 
az ember - the man
az embernek - to the man
nekem - to me
nekünk - to us

In Nahuatl
in tlacatl - the man
ihuan in tlacatl - with the man
nohuan - with me
inhuan - with them

On 2014Y168DT, at 16H10M, Galen Buttitta wrote:

> Sent from my iPhone
>> On 2014Y168DT, at 23H25M  Kev-Bill Walker <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
>> Hi all,
>> Does anyone have insight into how languages that conjugate prepositions and
>> use case to specify the meanings of prepositions combine the two, if they
>> ever even coincide?  Did/do Celtic languages do both at once?  Would this
>> result in different conjugated forms for the same person/number?
>> Thanks,
>> Kevin William Walker
>> -- 
>> Kevin William Walker