prepositional pronoun

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English[edit]

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Examples (type of pronoun in Scottish Gaelic and Irish)

Scottish Gaelic le(with) + sibh(you) create leibh(with you).

Examples (type of pronoun in Romance languages)

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Noun[edit]

prepositional pronoun (plural prepositional pronouns)

  1. A type of pronoun used in Celtic and Semitic languages, where a preposition followed by a personal pronoun combine to create a new word.
  2. In certain Romance languages, the pronoun form which must be used following a preposition.

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