Gothic Declension - Pronouns - Possessive Pronouns

Possessive Pronouns

Case First person
Singular Dual Plural
Masculine Neuter Feminine Masculine Neuter Feminine Masculine Neuter Feminine
Nominative meins mein(ata) meina ugkar ugkar ugkara unsar unsar unsara
Accusative meinana mein(ata) meina ugkarana ugkar ugkara unsarana unsar unsara
Genitive meinis meinis meináizōs ugkaris ugkaris ugkaráizōs unsaris unsaris unsaráizōs
Dative meinamma meinamma meinái ugkaramma ugkaramma ugkarái unsaramma unsaramma unsarái
Case Second person
Singular Dual Plural
Masculine Neuter Feminine Masculine Neuter Feminine Masculine Neuter Feminine
Nominative þeins þein(ata) þeina igqar igqar igqara izwar izwar izwara
Accusative þeinana þein(ata) þeina igqarana igqar igqara izwarana izwar izwara
Genitive þeinis þeinis þeináizōs igqaris igqaris igqaráizōs izwaris izwaris izwaráizōs
Dative þeinamma þeinamma þeinái igqaramma igqaramma igqarái izwaramma izwaramma izwarái
Case Third person reflexive
Singular Plural
Masculine Neuter Feminine Masculine Neuter Feminine
Accusative seinana sein(ata) seina seinans seina seinōs
Genitive seinis seinis seináizōs seináizē seináizē seináizō
Dative seinamma seinamma seinái seináim seináim seináim

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