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Appendix ii§d: Pronouns

Singular

  1st
2nd
3rd masc.
3rd neut.
3rd fem.
Inter.
Neg.
Nominative 
 ec  þū
 hī(r)  het
 sī(r)  ƕer
 ner
Genitive1 
 mīn
 þīn  hes
 hes
 her
 ƕes
 nes
Dative 
 mīr
 þīr  hem
 hem
 her
 ƕem
 nem
Accusative 
 mec
 þec
 hen
 het
 sī  ƕen
 nen

Singular Reflexive


  1st
2nd
3rd
Genitive1   mīn
 þīn  sīn
Dative 
 mīsc
 þīsc  sīr, sīsc2
Accusative 
 mesc
 þesc
 sec, sesc2

Dual

  1st
2nd
Nominative 
 vīt  iȳt
Genitive1   ӿcʀ
 iȳŋcʀ
Dative 
 ӿc
 iȳŋc
Accusative 
 ӿc
 iȳŋc

Dual Reflexive

  1st
2nd
Genitive1   ӿcʀ
 iȳŋcʀ
Dative 
 ӿcsc
 iȳŋcsc
Accusative 
 ӿcsc
 iȳŋcsc

Plural

  1st
2nd
3rd
Inter.3
Nominative 
 vī(r)  iȳ(r)  sī(r)  ƕer, ƕīr
Genitive1   ɴsʀ  iȳr  hīr  ƕes, ƕīr
Dative 
 ɴs
 iȳr  hīm
 ƕem, ƕīm
Accusative 
 ɴs
 iȳc  sīn
 ƕen, ƕīn

Plural Reflexive

  1st
2nd
3rd
Genitive1   ɴsʀ  iȳr  sīr
Dative 
 ɴsc
 iȳsc  sīm, sīsc
Accusative 
 ɴsc
 iȳsc  sec, sesc

1 Note that the genitive forms of pronouns make up the basis for the corresponding possessive adjectives, which are declined like the indefinite article.
2 While now in common usage, sīsc and sesc are technically redundant, since the accusative sec was grafted onto other pronouns to indicate reflexivity. 
3 The plural of ƕer is analogous; the original form is the same as the singular.  They are used interchangeably.

Relative Pronouns

  Masc.
Neut.
Fem.
Plur.
Nominative 
 sa  het  sū  þē
Genitive   þasɴ  þasɴ  þera  þera
Dative 
 þм  þм  þera  þм
Accusative 
 þɴ  þat  þa  þa

In addition to these “pure” relative pronouns, some words may double as relative pronouns, such as the relative correlatives qer, qes, qem, and qen, or the word sм.