A pronoun is a stand in for a noun phrase that was used earlier in a discourse. In Thalas'sian, if there is only one thing that a pronoun could mean, you can leave it out.
Unlike English, Thalas'sian pronouns don't changed based on their Case.
There are several types of pronoun, and I'll list them all here.
|amare||I, me, my||delana||we, us, our|
|diel||you, your||ara||y'all, y'all's|
|tamen||he/she/it, him/her/it, his/hers/its||fallaa||they, them, their|
|quan||myself, ourselves, yourself, yourselves, himself/herself/itself, themselves|
The personal pronouns (except "quan") can be reduced to short, suffix forms. These shorten forms appear only when they follow another word, and only when that word is a verb or verb auxiliary or preposition, and it can be reduced when it's acting as a possessive pronoun attached directly to a noun.
List of Personal Pronoun SuffixesEdit
|'o||I, me, my (only use in informal settings or when being rude to someone)|
|'re||I, me, my||'na||we, us, our|
|'a||you, your||'a||y'all, y'all's|
|'men||he/she/it, him/her/it, his/hers/its||'shi||they, them, their|
These pronouns point in a direction, telling you how near or far something is in relation to the speaker. There are two demonstrative pronouns:
When dealing with things that are equidistant, you can use "thuuren" to refer to the one to the left of you, and "thuui" to refer to the one to the right of you.
In the Sin'sian dialect, these are pronounced a little different:
When referring to a place instead of an object, use the following:
With Sin'sian versions being:
List of "any-" pronouns:
- yuma - any amount
- yumin - anything
- yure - anyone, any person
- yurin - anywhere, any place
- yusa - any one out of a group of things
- yuzii - anytime
List of "some-" pronouns: