First person, içh, I; second person, ðau, thou:

Singular Plural
Nominative içh wie
Accusative mie aus
Genitive main aur
Dative mie aus
Singular Plural/Formal singular
Nominative ðau jie
Accusative ðie juw
Genitive ðain juwer
Dative ðie juw

Third person, hie (m.), he, it; sie (f.), she, it; hit (n.), it:

Masculine Neuter Feminine
Nominative hie hit sie
Accusative hien hit hoy
Genitive his his hier
Dative him him hier
Nominative/Accusative hai
Genitive heer
Dative hem


The personal pronouns of all persons are used reflexively, with or without sylf, which is declined like a strong adjective: içh sylf, ðie sylven, him sylvem, aur sylver, juw sylvem, etc.


The genitive case of the personal pronouns are used as possessive adjectives. Main, ðain, aur, juwer, are fully inflected according to the strong declension; his, hier, heer, are indeclinable.

Juwer, your, syncopates the e before a vowel.