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/aga.'enə/ /səlXs/

solxlanni pronouns

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in solxlanni there are three catagories of pronoun animate(direct and indirect),inanimate, and first person. pronouns mutate based on tense. here's a grid with every standard pronoun. and a pronounciation guide.




animate direct

animals,people,anything alive which is present

plural:xe (welsh chê)

singular:ce (welsh cê)

plural:xi (welsh chi)

singular:ci (welsh ci)

plural:xk (welsh chydd)

singular:ck (welsh cydd)

animate indirect

animals,people,anything alive which isn't present

plural:þe (welsh thê)

singular:te (welsh tê)

plural:þi (welsh thi)

singular:ti (welsh ti)

plural:þk (welsh thydd)

singular:tk (welsh tydd)


places,buildings,dead animals/people

ðe (welsh ffê)

ði (welsh ffi)

ðk (welsh ffydd)

first person

referring to yourself

ne (welsh nê)

ni (welsh ni)

nk (welsh nydd)

solxlanni is a SVO language and that effects the pronouns. when a pronoun is referring to the subject it sets the tense of the sentance. for example "ne baða xi bwyd"(i[past] eat you[plural present] food) is past tense. when the pronoun is describing the object of a sentance it references how the verb has affected the object,so "ne baða xi bwyd" is referencing that i ate your food it is affecting you.


solxlanni doesn't have words for your/his/her. instead something belonging to someone or something is implicit, as in, you won't say "your food"you'll say "you[tense] food"(xi bwyd). when you're saying something belongs to something in solxlanni it's basically the same as welsh. there isn't an article you put in like "the door of the house". in welsh it will be "drws y tŷ". in solxlanni it would be "droos haas"(door house)