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Pronouns: Personal Pronouns

Forms found in Homer:

Case First person Second person Third person
Singular: Nom. ἐγώ”(“ν”) σύ, τυ?νη --
Gen. ἐμεῖο, ἐμέο, ἐμέθεν, ἐμεῦ, μευ σεῖο, σέο, σέθεν, σεῦ, τεοῖο (once)1 εἷο, ἕο, ἕθεν, εὗ
Dat. ἐμοί, μοι σοί, τοι, τεΐν οἷ, ἑοῖ
Acc. ἐμέ, με σέ , ἑέ, μιν
Dual: N. A. νῶι, νῴ σφῶι, σφῴ σφωε” (acc. only)
G. D. νῶιν σφῶιν, σφῷν σφωιν” (dat. only)
Plural: N. ἡμεῖς, ἄμμες υ?μεῖς, ὔμμες --
G. ἡμείων, ἡμέων υ?μείων, ὑμέων σφείων, σφέων, σφῶν
D. ἡμῖν, ἧμιν, ἄμμι”(“ν”) υ?μῖν, ὔμμι”(“ν”) σφίσι”(“ν”), “σφι”(“ν”)
A. ἡμέας, ἧμας” (once),2ἄμμε υ?μέας, ὔμμε σφέας, σφας, σφε

1 8.37 = 468.

2 Demanded by meter, Od. 16.372.

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