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Pronomina anglica

pronomina personalia
numerus persona (genus etc.) subj.,
obj. poss.,
gen. (+ subst. sive attrib.)
pronomina possessiva,
gen. (- subst. sive praedic.)
pronomina reflexiva,
sing. I. persona I me my
(ante vocales etiam: mine)
mine myself
II. persona you your yours
(† your's; yourn, your'n)
thou thee thy
(ante vocales etiam: thine)
thine thyself
III. persona masc. he him his
(← *he's)
(← *he's; † hisn, his'n)
(† hisself)
fem. she her hers
(† her's; hern, her'n)
neut. it
(† itt)
(† it's)
(† ittself)
indef. one one's oneself
(† one's self)
plur. I. persona we us our ours
(† our's; ourn, our'n)
(regaliter ourself)
II. persona you
(†&√ ye; † yous, youse)
you (√; † yous, youse) your yours
(† your's; yourn, your'n)
III. persona they them
their theirs
(† their's; theirn, their'n)

pronomina reflexiva sic formantur:

  • I. & II. persona: poss. + -self (pl. -selves)
  • III. persona: obj. + -self (pl. -selves)


  • one etiam nomen numerale est: one = unus, 1 sive I.
  • Interdum pluralis verbi one apparet: ones = nonnulli, non nulli.


  • Etiam: † ye ~ II. pers. sg. subj., II. pers. sg./pl. obj.
  • Etiam: † ye (ye) = the (articulus definitus).
Contractiones ex pronomine et verbo
verbum pronomen (subj.)
I he / she / it we you (sg. & pl.) they thou ye (sg. & pl.)
(to) be [am, are, is, pl. are] I'm he's / she's / it's we're you're they're ye're
have [have, III. pers. sg. has] I've he's / she's / it's we've you've they've ye've
had aut would I'd he'd / she'd / it'd we'd you'd they'd ye'd
will I'll he'll / she'll / it'll we'll you'll they'll thou'll ye'll
  • verbum let + pronomen us: let's
it / was / were will / would shall
pronomen it + verbum 'tis / 'twas / 'twere 'twill / 'twould/'twou'd 'tshall
pronomen it + verbum + not 'tisn't / 'twasn't / 'tweren't 'twon't / 'twouldn't/'twou'dn't

pronomina demonstrativa[+/-]

sing. plur.
prope this these
procul that those

pronomina interrogativa[+/-]

pronomina indefinita[+/-]

all, any, both, each, either, few, many, little, neither, none, some

+ -body -thing -one
any- anybody anything anyone
every- everybody everything everyone
some- somebody something someone
no- nobody nothing no one, no-one