personal pronoun

A personal pronoun has person. It can be first, second, or third person.  Here is the full paradigm of English, personal pronouns:

Nominative

Objective

Possessive

1st singular I me my
2nd singular you you your
3rd singular he, she, it him his
1st plural we us our
2nd plural you you your
3rd plural they them their

             

Greek: See the following pages for demonstrative pronouns, interrogative pronouns, indefinite pronouns, and relative pronoun.  This paradigm gives the first and second person pronouns:

1st Person 2nd Person 1st Person 2nd Person
Nom sg

εγω

συ

I

you

Gen sg

μου

σου

my

your

Dat sg

μοι

σοι

to me

to you

Acc sg

με

σε

me

you

Nom pl

ημεις

υμεις

we

you

Gen pl

ημων

υμων

our

your

Dat pl

ημιν

υμιν

to us

to you

Acc pl

ημας

υμας

us

you

The third person pronouns are all forms of αυτος:

Singular

Masculine

Feminine

Neuter

Nominative

αυτος

αυτη

αυτο

Genitive

αυτου

αυτης

αυτου

Dative

αυτω

αυτη

αυτω

Accusative

αυτον

αυτην

αυτο

Plural

Masculine

Feminine

Neuter

Nominative

αυτοι

αυται

αυτα

Genitive

αυτων

αυτων

αυτων

Dative

αυτοις

αυταις

αυτοις

Accusative

αυτους

αυτας

αυτα

           

Hebrew:  Personal pronouns in Hebrew usually take the form of a pronominal suffix.  Some Hebrew pronouns are free morphemes; see here.

Parsing

Hebrew

Gloss

common singular first person

אֲנִי / אָנֹכִי

I

masculine singular second person

אַתָּה

you

feminine singular second person

אַתְּ

you

masculine singular third person

הוּא

he / it

feminine singular third person

הִיא / הִוא

she / it

common plural first person

אֲנַחְנוּ

we

masculine plural second person

אַתֶּם

you

feminine plural second person

אַתֵּנָה

you

masculine plural third person

הֵם / הֵמָּה

they

feminine plural third person

הֵן / הֵנָּה

they