The pronouns and pronominal adjectives constitute a less
extensive group, but several of them are of extremely high fre-
quency. They are catalogues here for easy reference, in accor-
dance with the outline given in §§255-274. Some pronominal ad-
jectives are also listed in the catalogue of adjectives (II.1.,
III.l,   V).
I.       Pronouns   (personal,   reflexive,   reciprocal)
έγώ                                       έμαυτοΟ,   -fig
σύ                                         σεαυτοϋ,   -f\Q
ήμεϊς                                    έαυτοϋ,   -f\Q,   -oO
υμεΐς                                   αλλήλων
II.    Pronominal  Adjectives
1.    Personal  and  intensive  pronoun,   pronominal  adjective  of
αυτός,   αυτή,   αυτό
2.    Possessive  adjectives
(declined  like  adjectives  in  II.1   )
έμός,   έμή,   έμδν                  ϋδιος,   ΰδία,   C6lov
σός,   σή,   σόν                       αλλότριος,   άλλοτρύα,   άλλότριον
ημέτερος,   ημετέρα,  ήμέτερον
υμέτερος,   υμετέρα,  ΰμέτερον
3.    Demonstrative  pronouns
δ,   f\,   τδ     the
δδε,   ήδε,   τόδε     this   (here)
οδτος,   αδτη,   τοϋτο     this
τοσούτος,   τοσαύτη,   τοσοϋτο(ν)      so   gveat,   so  much
τοιούτος,   τοιαύτη,   τοιοΰτο(ν)      such   as   this

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τηλικούτος,   τηλικαύτη,   τηλικούτο(ν)     so  great
εκείνος,   εκείνη,   έκεϋνο     that
4.    Interrogative  pronouns
τίς,   τ£     who?  which?  what?
(declined  like  Adjectives  in  II.l)
πόσος,   -η,   -ον     how  great?     how  much?
ποΕος,   -α,   -ον     of  what  kind?    what?
πηλίκος,   -η,   -ον     how   large?
ποταπός,   -ή,   -όν     of  what  sort,   hind?
5.    Indefinite  pronouns
τι,ς,   τι     someone*   something,   any  one,   anything
(declined  like  Adjectives  in  II.1)
άλλος,   -η,   -ο     other,   another
£τερος,   -α,   -ον     each,   every
δκαστος,   -n,   -ον     each,   every
έκάτερος,   -α,   -ον     each   (of  two),   both
αμφότεροι.,   -at,   -a    both,   all
πολύς,   πολλή,   πολύ     much,   many
(declined  like  Adjectives   in  III.l)
π&ς,   πασά,  παν
εϋς,   μία,   δν
ουδείς,   ουδεμία,   οΟδέν
μηδείς,   μηδεμία,   μηδέν
τρείς,   τρία
τέσσαρες,   τέσσαρα
6.    Relative  pronouns
δς,   ft,   δ    who,   which,   that
δσπερ,   ή"περ,   δπερ     (just)   who,   which,   what
δστις,   ήτις,   δ  τι     whoever,   whatever

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(declined  like  Adjectives  in  II.1   )
δσος,   -η,   -ον     as  great  as
οϋος,   -α,   -ον     of what  sort,   suah  as
όποιος,   -α,   -ον    of  what  sort,   as
ήλίκος,   -η,   -ον     how  great