Proto-Indo-European Pronouns - Pronominal Adjectives

Pronominal Adjectives

Proto-Indo-European possessed few adjectives that had a distinct set of endings, identical to those of the demonstrative pronoun above but differing from those of regular adjectives. They included at least *ályos "other, another" (or *h₂élyos?).

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