Macedonian Pronouns - Possessive Pronouns

Possessive pronouns
Number Person Masculine Feminine Neuter Plural Short form
indefinite definite indefinite definite indefinite definite indefinite definite
Singular First мој мојот моја мојата мое моето мои моите ми
Second твој твојот твоја твојата твое твоето твои твоите ти
Third Masculine негов неговиот негова неговата негово неговото негови неговите му
Feminine нејзин нејзниот нејзина нејзината нејзино нејзното нејзини нејзините ѝ
Neuter негов неговиот негова неговата негово неговото негови неговите му
Plural First наш нашиот наша нашата наше нашето наши нашите ни
Second ваш вашиот ваша вашата ваше вашето ваши вашите ви
Third нивен/нивни нивниот нивна нивната нивно нивното нивни нивните им

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