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German

Etymology

Old High German ih

Pronunciation

Pronoun

ich

  1. (personal) I.

Inflection

The genitive case meiner is more and more rarely used in modern German.

  • The genitive case meiner does not express ownership, so one must not mix it up with the possessive pronoun mein, which is declined by gender, singular/plural and case.

Limburgish

Alternative spellings

Etymology

From Proto-Indo-European *egom.

Pronunciation

  • (most dialects) IPA: [ɪx]
  • (Cleverlandic dialects) IPA: [ɪk]
  • (Maastrict) IPA: [ix]

Pronoun

ich

  1. (personal) I.

Inflection

Singular Dual Plural
Nominative ich, 'ch weet weer, v'r
Genitive miener, miens ózzer ózzer
Locative miches ózzes ózzes
Vocative
Dative mir ós ós
Accusative¹ mich ós ós
  • Dative is nowadays obsolete, use accusative instead.

Polish

Pronoun

ich [[Category:Template:lang:pl pronouns|ich]]

  1. them

Slovak

Pronoun

ich

(The genitive plural and accusative plural of on (he), ona (she), and one (it).)
  1. their, theirs
  2. them

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