2. The Indefinite State. The sign of the indefinite singular (‘a, any, some’) is an unstressed enclitic -(y)èk (i.e. ێک -èk after consonants and یهک -yèk after vowels) added to the end of the absolute singular noun. For example:
pyâw ‘man' --> pyâwèk 'a man'
Among the modifiers that demand that a following noun be indefinite are chand ‘a few', hamû ‘every', chi ‘what?', and har ‘each.'
chand pyâwèk 'a few men'
The construction ...i zor ‘many, a lot of’ also takes a preceding indefinite singular noun:
kurdèk i zor 'a lot of Kurds '
The indefinite plural is formed by adding -ân to the absolute singular. If the absolute singular ends in -â, the indefinite plural ending is -yân. Nouns with absolute singulars ending in -a, like nâma 'letter', form the indefinite plural by dropping the final -a and adding -ân.
pyâw --> pyâwân '(some) men'