Pronouns!

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.

Gender Neutral

x
/khuhp/ [xʌp] :: 1st-Person Singular: I/me
X
/kryp/ [kɹɪp] :: 1st-Person Plural: we
q
/rraop/ [ra͡ʊp] :: 2nd-Person Singular: you
C
/zhehd/ [ʒɛd] :: 3rd-Person Singular: he/she/him/her*
F
/ghao/ [ʝa͡ʊ] :: 3rd-Person Singular Non-Sentient: it

Feminine

<x
/khap/ [çæp] :: 1st-Person Singular: I/me*
<X
/krep/ [kɹep] :: 1st-Person Plural: we* (very uncommon)
<q
/rrip/ [rip] :: 2nd-Person Singular: you*
<C
/zhed/ [ʒed] :: 3rd-Person Singular: she/her
<F
/ghi/ [ʝi] :: 3rd-Person Singular Non-Sentient: it*

Masculine

>x
/khahp/ [xɑp] :: 1st-Person Singular: I/me*
>X
/krop/ [kɹop] :: 1st-Person Plural: we* (very uncommon)
>q
/rrup/ [rup] :: 2nd-Person Singular: you*
>C
/zhod/ [ʒod] :: 3rd-Person Singular: he/him
>F
/ghu/ [ʝu] :: 3rd-Person Singular Non-Sentient: it*

*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.

L
/gehd/ [gɛd] :: 3rd-Person Singular Inanimate: it

Interrogative Pronouns

There are two interrogative pronouns used to form questions.

Rov
/rrov/ [rov] :: Interrogative Animate: "who"
Red
/rrehd/ [rɛd] :: Interrogative Inanimate: "what"

Pluralization

The 2nd and 3rd person pronouns pluralize just as any other noun. See the pluralization page for more information.

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