Greek pronouns

 

Greek pronouns are constant; they have no inflections and have no grammatical gender. Greek pronouns modify according to gender, number, case, and person. Although, not all pronouns have all four of these grammatical attributes.

 

Greek pronouns:

 

  • Personal pronouns.
  • Indefinite pronouns.
  • Relative pronouns.
  • Reciprocal or reflexive pronouns.

 

Personal Pronouns

αὐτός

self, even, very; as a third person he, she, it

ἐγώ

I, me; plural: we, us

σύ

you

 

Reflexive

ἀλλήλων

one another, each other

σεαυτοῦ

yourself

 

Indefinite

ἄλλος

indefinite pronoun or adjective; another, other; more, additional

ἕκαστος

each, every

ἕτερος

other, another; different strange; next

μηδείς

no one, nothing; adj. no

οὐδείς

no one, nothing; no; worth nothing

πᾶς

without the article each, every; every kind of; all, full, absolute, greatest; with the article entire, whole; all; everyone, everything

τὶς

anyone, anything; someone, something; any, some, a certain, several

 

Relative

ὅς

who, which, what, that; he, she

ὅστις

who, which; whoever, whichever; anyone, someone


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