Prussian/Possessive Pronouns Chart

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The correct declention should correspond with the gender count and case of the noun. For example, if the sentence is: He has my dog., my should be masculine singular accusative. If you want a few hints, compare the endings with those of the nouns.

majs (my)[edit]

Masculine

Singular: Plural:
Nom.: majs majāi
Gen.: māise māisan
Dat.: majasmu māimans
Acc.: majjan majjans


Feminine

Singular: Plural:
Nom.: majā majjas
Gen.: majāses majāsan
Dat.: majjai majāmans
Acc.: majjan majjans


Neuter

Singular: Plural:
Nom.: majjan majāi
Gen.: māise māisan
Dat.: majasmu māimans
Acc.: majjan majans

twajs (your)[edit]

Same as majs with twa instead of ma. That makes it easy and I am not writing this out.

This is unknown, so...[edit]

tenesse = his

tenesses = her

tenese = its

tenēisan = their

For everything : (

I know it's sad, but that's what happens when reviving a dead language. But on the bright side, we already get our info from the noun, so I guess it's not that bad.

nūss (our)[edit]

Masculine

Singular: Plural:
Nom.: nūss nusāi
Gen.: nūse nusēisan
Dat.: nūsmu nusēimans
Acc.: nūsan nūsans


Feminine

Singular: Plural:
Nom.: nūsā nūsas
Gen.: nūses nusēisan
Dat.: nūsei nusēimans
Acc.: nūsan nūsans


Neuter

Singular: Plural:
Nom.: nussan nusāi
Gen.: nūsse nusēisan
Dat.: nūsmu nusēimans
Acc.: nussan nūsans

jūss (your pl)[edit]

Nūss with jū instead of nū