Proto-Indo-European Pronouns - Reflexive Pronoun

Reflexive Pronoun

A third-person reflexive pronoun *s(w)e-, parallel to the first and second person singular personal pronouns, also existed, though it lacked a nominative form:

Reflexive pronoun
Accusative *se
Genitive *sewe, *sei
Dative *sébʰio, *soi

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