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The Illative Case, this case indicates into something. The suffix is: -hon, -(s)één, the English prepositional equal is "into".

Answers the questions: kenéén? (in)to whom?
                                míhon? mínéén? where to?

ríjan|séén   into (the) woman
íktaro|hon    into (the) house 

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