The possessive pronouns are also used with both preposition and postposition, e.g.:
- a:râ buri čeman ku pül ar-gi (tomorrow come (and) take money from me). čeman ku means "from me"
- de man panir a-čman xarat-(e)š-e (he sold two maunds of cheese to me). a-čman means "to me"
They are acted as possessive adjectives too:
- čeman da:s-em begi (take my hand). Note that the pronoun is repeated by the clitic -em.
- čia ku (from this),
- čâ ku (from that).
They serve also as adjectives:
- čiân/čân daste begi (take these/those ones' hands)
- čie/čâ daste begi (take this/that one's hand)
Possession is also expressed by adding suffixes to nouns. These are added after inflection for number. See the "Person Suffixes" table below.
Reflexive pronoun: geg. But it is treated as a noun in terms of declension, e.g.:
- mâ a gege-mân viar seg-mân či (we piled stones in front of ourselves).
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