Category:Egyptian demonstrative pronouns
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Egyptian pronouns that refer to nouns, comparing them to external references.
Old and Middle Egyptian demonstratives
|pj1, pw, pwy
||tj1, tw, twy
|1 In Old Egyptian.
2 In Middle Egyptian.
3 In Old Egyptian, these pronouns were unmarked for number and gender, but treated syntactically as masculine plurals when used with participles and relative forms, and as feminine singulars when referred to by resumptive pronouns. In Middle Egyptian, they take over the function of the plural demonstrative adjectives and are joined by n(j) to nouns they modify.