Middle English personal pronouns

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Below is a list of Middle English personal pronouns.

Personal pronouns in Middle English
The Modern English is shown in italics below each Middle English pronoun
Person (gender) Subject Object Possessive determiner Possessive pronoun Reflexive
Singular
First
modern
ic / ich / I
I
me / mi
me
min / my(n) / mynen[1] [pl.]
my
min / myn
mine
myn one[1]
myself
Second
modern
þou / thou / þu / tu
you
þee / thee
you
þy / ti
your
þin / þyn
yours
þeself
yourself
Third Masculine
modern
he
he
him
him
his / hisse
his
his / hisse
his
him-seluen
himself
Feminine
modern
ȝho / scho / sche
she
his / hies / hire
her
hire
her
-
hers
heo-seolf
herself
Neuter
modern
hit
it
hit / him
it
his
its
his
its
-
itself
Plural
First
modern
we
we
us / ous
us
our
our
-
ours
us self / us selue
ourselves
Second
modern
ȝe / ye
you
ȝow / you
you
eower / ȝower / gur / our / ower / or[1]
your
youres[2]
yours
Ȝou-selue / ȝou-silf[2]
yourselves
Third
modern
he or þei / þo / þoo / þa
they
his / hem / þem / teyrre / þo
them
her / þeir / their
their
-
theirs
þam-selue
themselves
  1. ^ a b c G through Q A Concise Dictionary of Middle English from A.D. 1150 TO 1580, A. L. Mayhew, Walter W. Skeat, Oxford, Clarendon Press, 1888.
  2. ^ a b R through Ȝ A Concise Dictionary of Middle English from A.D. 1150 TO 1580, A. L. Mayhew, Walter W. Skeat, Oxford, Clarendon Press, 1888.