Northeastern Gothic[edit | edit source]

Etymology[edit | edit source]

From Gothic unsara, from Proto-Germanic *unseraz.

Pronounciation[edit | edit source]

(Pronunciation: ['ʊnsara])

Pronoun[edit | edit source]

unsara

  1. ours (first person plural genitive pronoun)
  2. our (first person dual and plural nominative possessive pronoun, feminine singular and neuter plural possessees, inflected form of unsar)
  3. our (first person dual and plural accusative possessive pronoun, feminine singular and neuter plural possessees, inflected form of unsar)

Inflection[edit | edit source]

Personal pronouns
Nominative Accusative Genitive Dative Possessive
1st person Singular ix mix mejna mis mejns
Dual wit ugkis ugkara ugkis unsar
Plural wejs uns unsara unsis
2nd person Singular thu thuk thejna thus thejns
Dual yt igkwis igkwara igkwis
Plural ys izwis izwara izwis
3rd person Masculine Singular is ina is imma sejnis
Plural ejs ins ize im ize
Feminine Singular si ija izo izaa sejnis
Plural ijos izo im
Neuter Singular it is imma sejnis
Plural ija ize im ize
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