Appendix:English personal pronouns

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The following table shows the full list of English personal pronouns, including archaic and dialectal forms. Dialectal and obsolete or archaic forms are in italics.

personal pronoun possessive
pronoun
possessive
determiner
subjective objective reflexive
first person singular I me myself mine my
mine (before vowels, archaic)
plural we us ourselves
ourself
ours our
second person singular standard you you yourself yours
yourn (obsolete outside dialects)
your
archaic, informal thou thee thyself
theeself
thine thy
thine (before vowels)
plural standard you
you all
ye (archaic)
you
you all
yourselves yours
yourn (obsolete outside dialects)
your
informal / dialectal (see list of dialectal forms at you and inflected forms in those entries)
third person singular masculine he him himself
hisself (archaic)
his
hisn (obsolete outside dialects)
his
feminine she her herself hers
hern (obsolete outside dialects)
her
neuter it it itself its
his (archaic)
its
his (archaic)
genderless they them themself, themselves theirs their
genderless, nonspecific
(formal)
one one oneself one's
plural they them themselves theirs
theirn (obsolete outside dialects)
their

For further archaic forms, and information on the evolution of the personal pronouns of English, see Wikipedia-logo-v2.svg Old English pronouns on Wikipedia.Wikipedia .