THE GREEK PERSONAL/POSSESSIVE PRONOUN
Logos Apostolic Greek interlinear parsing abbreviations and declension for the personal and possessive pronouns.
CASE - N = Nominative, A = Accusative, G = Genitive, D = Dative.
GENDER - M = Masculine. F = Feminine, N = Neuter.
NUMBER - S = Singular, P = Plural.
1699 (78x) ἐμός -ή -όν my, mine.
2251 (8x) ἡμέτερος, α, ον of us, our. - Singular also translated as plural.
4674 (27x) σός -ή -όν your, yours - singular.
5212 (10x) ὑμέτερος -α -ον your, yours - plural.
Note that the personal pronoun in the genitive case is possessive.
Parsing examples for first and second person the order is person, case, gender, number. The gender may vary and is taken from the context in each case,
σου is PPr-2GS is Personal/Possessive Pronoun - 2nd Person Genitive M/F Singular. (Usually masculine)
ἡμᾶς is PPr-1AP is Personal Pronoun - 1st Person Accusative Plural. (Usually masculine)
Parsing examples for third person the order is person, case, gender, number.
αὐτῆς is PPr-3GFS is Personal/Possessive Pronoun - 3rd Person Genitive Feminine Singular.
αὐτοῖς is PPr-3DP is Personal Pronoun - 3rd Person Dative Plural.
Also αὐτοῖς is PPr-3DP is Personal Pronoun - 3rd Person Dative Plural.
1st Person: Singular "I" and "me", plural "we" and "us".
2rd Person Singular and plural "you".
3rd Person Masculine singular "he" and "him", plural "they" and "them".
3rd Person Feminine singular "she" and "her", plural "they" and "them".
3rd Person Neuter singular "it", plural "they" and "them".
DECLENSION of ἐγὼ Strong's 1473
ἐμέ / με
ἐμοῦ / μου
ἐμοί / μοι
σέ / σε
σοῦ / σου
σοί / σοι
1. 3rd person nominative and accusative neuter singular are the same.
2. 3rd person genitive masculine and neuter singular are the same.
2. 3rd person nominative and accusative neuter singular are the same.
4. All 3rd person genitive plurals are the same.
5. Nominative and accusative neuter plurals are the same.
6. 3rd person dative masculine and neuter plurals are the same.
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