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1st person singular 2nd person singular 3rd person singular 1st person plural 2nd person plural 3rd person plural
1st case Y (I) doa (you, common form)

gx (polite form)

hey (he)

zy (she)

it (it)

vy (we) joa (you) zee (they)
2nd case my (me) dy (you, common form)

gy (polite form)

him (him)

heer (her)

yt (it)

oons (us) july (you) eer (them)
3rd case myn (me) dyn (you, common form)

gyn (polite form)

hem (him)

huxr (her)

ut (it)

us (us)  julyn (you) yxr (them)
4th case           yxr (them)
5th case   odoa

ogx

    ojoa  

Possessive pronoun

1st person singular 2nd person singular 3rd person singular 1st person plural 2nd person plural 3rd person plural
mynx (my) dynx (your, common form)

gynx (your, polite form)

zynx (his)

huxrx (her)

ytx (it's)

oonsx (our) julnx (your) eerx (their)

The possessive pronoun declines in every grammatical case in the same way as a particle.