Pizzonese/Pronouns

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Pizzonese
a Western Abruzzese dialect of the
Neapolitan language continuum
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Conjugation of esse’, to be
Conjugation of havè, to have
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Personal pronouns[edit]

Subject personal pronouns[edit]

Pizzonese English
ij I
tu you
éssa she
isse he
we
ù you (all/fm.)
chile* they
  • Chile turns into isse in a mixed-gender situation, similar to French, due to masculine presence.

Direct object personal pronouns[edit]

Pizzonese English
me me
te you
la her/it (fem.)
lu him/it (masc.)
ce us
ve you (all/fm.)
le them (masc. and fem.)

Indirect object (dative) personal pronouns[edit]

Pizzonese English
me (to me)
te (to) you
la (to) her/it (fem.)
lu (to) him/ it (masc.)
ce (to) us
ve (to) you (all/fm.)
isse (to) them (masc. and fem.)

Prepositional pronouns[edit]

Pizzonese English
me
you
éssa her
isse him
us
ù you (all/fm.)
isse them (masc. and fem.)

Possessive pronouns[edit]

Pizzonese English
la/e mè mine
la/e tè yours
la/e sè hers/his
la/e n(u)oštra/e ours
la/e v(u)oštra/e your(s) (all/fm.)
isse/chile theirs

Demonstrative pronouns[edit]

Pizzonese English
chela that
chile those
chešta this
chište these
nisciuna/e none

Reflexive pronouns[edit]

Pizzonese English
me myself
te yourself
ze her/him/itself
ce ourselves
ve yourselves
ze themselves