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A. The Personal Pronoun.[1]

Nominative of the Pronoun, or Pronomen separatum. Accusative of the Pronoun, or Suffixum Verbi.
A. Simple form.
Sing. 1. c. I. אָֽנֹכִי in pause אָנֹ֫כִי; me. נִי; ־ַ֫ נִי; ־ֵ֫ נִי
אֲנִי, in pause אָ֫נִי
2. m. thou. אַתָּה (אַתָּ), in pause thee. ךָ; ־ְךָ, in pause ־ֶ֫ ךָ
אָ֫תָּה ־ָךְ
f. אַתְּ (אַתְּי) ךְ; ־ָךְ; ־ֵךְ, ־ֶ֫ ךְ
3. m. he. הוּא him. הוּ, ו; (הֹ)־ָ֫הוּ, וֹ; ־ֵ֫ הוּ
f. she. הִיא her (eam). הָ; ־ָהּ; ־ֶ֫ הָ
Plur. 1. c. we. אֲנַ֫חְנוּ (נַ֫חְנוּ), in us. נוּ; ־ָ֫ נוּ; ־ֵ֫ נוּ
pause אֲנָ֫חְנוּ (נָ֫חְנוּ)
2. m. you. אַתֶּם you. כֶם; ־ְכֶם
f. אַתֵּן, אַתֵּ֫נָה [כֶן; ־ְכֶן]
3. m. they. הֵם, הֵ֫מָּה them (eos). (הֶם), ם; ־ָם, ־ַם, ־ֶ֫ מוֹ*; ־ֵם,
(־ֶ֫ ם), ־ֵ֫ מוֹ*
f. הֵ֫נָּה them (eas). [הֶן], ן; ־ָן, (־ַ֫ ן); [־ֵן]
  1. Forms with an asterisk are exclusively poetic, those in parentheses () are rare, those in brackets [] do not occur (cf. §58a, note).