The tables below present the material on which I based my analysis. In order to remain as clear as possible, I marked the plural only when a given grammatical form did not occur in singular at all. As the analysis has not included the problem of honorifics, the tables do not encompass the vocative form of kinship terms. If a sacred being is categorized as "owner", it always implies the context of assigning property to "deities" in order to sustain them, discussed above. This category, as well as St. Mary as "intercessor" is most often attested in testaments.