I have some examples like this from an undated manuscript about an unnamed language and I'm trying to extrapolate some observations about the nominal systems.
zumbru – hat – 'hat'
zumbru-g – hat-1poss – 'my hat'
zumbru-:-g – hat-FORMER-1poss – 'my former hat' (but not anymore my hat!)
I'm not sure how to gloss the -:- suffix here. It means ‘former’ but only seems to be used in possessive constructions.
Do you know any other languages that have such a suffix and if so, how is it glossed?