Greek Pronouns

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Greek Pronouns

Learning the Greek Pronouns displayed below is vital to the language. Greek pronouns include personal pronouns (refer to the persons speaking, the persons spoken to, or the persons or things spoken about), indefinite pronouns, relative pronouns (connect parts of sentences) and reciprocal or reflexive pronouns (in which the object of a verb is being acted on by verb's subject).

Grammar Tips:

In English personal pronouns are (I, you, he, she, it, we, you, they), and (me, you, him, her, it, us, you, them), In Greek, the personal pronouns are:

εγώ (I), εσύ (you), αυτός (he), αυτή (she), αυτό... (ιτ) 

εμείς (we), εσείς (they masc.), αυτοί (they fem.) αυτές... (), αυτά ()

Examples: εγώ μαθαίνω (I learn), εσύ μαθαίνεις (you learn), αυτός μαθαίνει (he learns), αυτή μαθαίνει (she learns), αυτό μαθαίνει (it learns), εμείς μαθαίνουμε (we learn), εσείς μαθαίνετε (you learn), αυτοί μαθαίνουν (they learn [masculine]), αυτές aprenden (they learn [feminine]), αυτά aprenden (they learn [neuter]).

Direct Object Personal Pronouns

Direct object pronouns are words that replace the direct object:

με (me), σε (you), τον (him), την (her), το (it), μας (us), σας (you), τους (them – masc.), τις (them – fem.), τα (them – neut.)

Examples: Σε βλέπω. (I can see you.) Τα διάβασες; (Did you read them?)

Indirect Object Personal Pronouns:

Indirect object pronouns are words that replace the indirect object, which is usually a person.

μου (me), σου (you), του (him), της (her), του (its), μας (us), σας (you), τους (them):

Examples: Δως μου το βιβλίο (give me the book). Σου λέω (I tell you).

Possessive Pronouns:

One possession

δικός μου (mine masc.), δική μου (mine fem.), δικό μου (mine, neut.)

δικός σου / δική σου / δικό σου (yours)

δικός του / δική του / δικό του (his)

δικός της, δική της, δικό της (hers)

δικός του, δική του, δικό του (its)

δικός μας / δική μας / δικό μας (ours)

δικός σας / δική σας / δικό σας (yours)

δικός τους / δική τους / δικό τους (theirs)


Ο υπολογιστής είναι δικός μου. (The computer is mine.)

Η σαλάτα είναι δική σου. (The salad is yours.)

Το σπίτι είναι δικό μας. (The house is ours.)

Many possessions

δικοί μου, δικές μου, δικά μου (mine)

δικοί σου, δικές σου, δικά σου (mine,)

δικοί του, δικές του, δικά του (mine, plural fem.)

δικοί της, δικές της, δικά της (mine, plural fem.)

δικοί του, δικές του, δικά του (mine, plural fem.)

δικοί μας, δικές μας, δικά μας (mine, plural fem.)

δικοί σας, δικές σας, δικά σας (mine, plural fem.)

δικοί τους, δικές τους, δικά τους (mine, plural fem.) 


Οι υπολογιστές είναι δικοί μου. (The computers are mine.)

Οι σαλάτες είναι δικές σου. (The salads are yours.)

Τα σπίτια είναι δικά μας. (The houses are ours.)

Here are some examples:

English PronounsGreek Pronouns
PronounsAntwnymies - Αντωνυμίες
IEgw - Εγώ
youeseis - εσείς
heaftos - αυτός
sheafth - αυτή
weemeis - εμείς
theyaftoi - αυτοί
memou - μου
youesas - εσάς
himafton - αυτόν
herafthn - αυτήν
usmas - μας
themtous - τους
mymou - μου
yoursas - σας
histou - του
herths - της
ourmas - μας
theirtous - τους
mineoryxeio - ορυχείο
yoursdikos sas - δικός σας
hisdikos tou - δικός του
hersdikos ths - δικός της
oursdikos mas - δικός μας
theirsdikes tous - δικές τους

Notice the structure of the Pronouns in Greek.

List of Pronouns in Greek

Below is a list of the Personal pronouns, indefinite pronouns, relative pronouns, reciprocal or reflexive pronouns in Greek placed in a table. Memorizing this table will help you add very useful and important words to your Greek vocabulary.

English PronounsGreek Pronouns
I speakMilaw - Μιλάω
you speakmilate - μιλάτε
he speaksMilaei - Μιλάει
she speaksmilaei - μιλάει
we speakmilame - μιλάμε
they speakmiloyn - μιλούν
give medwse mou - δώσε μου
na sas dwsei - να σας δώσει
give himdwse tou - δώσε του
give herdwse ths - δώσε της
give usdwse mas - δώσε μας
give themdwse tous - δώσε τους
my bookto vivlio mou - το βιβλίο μου
your bookto vivlio sas - το βιβλίο σας
his bookto vivlio tou - το βιβλίο του
her bookvivlio ths - βιβλίο της
our bookto vivlio mas - το βιβλίο μας
their bookto vivlio tous - το βιβλίο τους

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