The Animate Pronouns
All of the pronouns are written with a single glyph. In the case of the animate pronouns which are all gendered—see the Gendered Nouns page for more information on how gendered nouns function—gender can be indicated by a single dot (feminine) or two dots (masculine) below the pronoun symbol. Make note, though, that the abscence of a dot does not preclude the use of a non- gender-neutral noun.
*No direct translation into English.
The Inanimate Pronoun
There is only one inanimate pronoun. It is used to refer to anything that is not a person or an animal.
There are two interrogative pronouns used to form questions.
The 2nd and 3rd person pronouns pluralize just as any other noun. See the pluralization page for more information.
- ROp /rraop/ [ra͡ʊp] = you (singular)
- ROpo /rraopo/ [ra͡ʊp.o] = you (plural)
- ROpu /rraopu/ [ra͡ʊp.u] = most of you
- ROpa /rraopah/ [ra͡ʊp.ɑ] = a few of you