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See also: ΕΣΥ
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From Byzantine Greek ἐσύ (esú), from Ancient Greek σύ (sú), from Proto-Indo-European *túh₂.
εσύ • (esý) (strong personal pronoun)
- Εσύ με αγαπάς. ― Esý me agapás. ― You love me.
- Έλα εδώ εσύ! ― Éla edó esý! ― You, come here!
- This is an informal 2nd person pronoun, used with children, friends and relatives. The plural formal form εσείς (eseís) is used to strangers and those to whom it is thought that deference or respect is due.
Second person forms
|Number (style)||singular (familiar)||plural (formal)|
|nominative||εσύ •||—||εσείς •||—|
|genitive||εσένα •||σου • †||εσάς •||σας • †|
|accusative||εσένα •||σε •||εσάς •||σας •|
|vocative||εσύ •||—||εσείς •||—|
|† These terms double as possessive pronouns.|
All personal pronoun forms are displayed at εγώ (egó, “I”).
From Ancient Greek σύ (sú), from Proto-Indo-European *túh₂. As the Standard Greek εσύ (esý).
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