The  pronouns are small words which substitute nouns, he, you, ours, themselves, some, each. 

1. Subject Pronouns:


aaun   I
assan   we
aaen     you (polite)
tu     you
ee  he
oo   he

There are three ways to express 'You' (2nd person (s)) in Memoni,  'Tu' is used to address a close friend, child and youngster.  'aaen' is used to address someone you do not know well or someone older than yourself especially parent, relatives.  To address two or more people, whatever their relation to you 'aaen' is used.


aaun Pakistani yaan  I am a Pakistani
aaen jo nam kuro aaye   (single person)  What is your name (polite)
aaen Memon yo    ( two or more persons)  You are Memon

2. Object and Possessive Pronouns
These pronouns function as both possessive pronouns and possessive adjectives and generally follow by a proposition such as  jo / ji 'of'  -  say 'from'  kay 'to' etc.

aaun   me +  preposition
assan   to  +  preposition
aaen     aaen  +  preposition
tu     assan  +  preposition
ee  ee   +  preposition
ou   ou   +  preposition



My / Our (1)

to me from me
auun   mijjo / mijji mekkay mejsay
assan   assan jo / assan ji assan kay assan say
aaen     aaen jo / aaen ji aaen kay aaen say
tu     to jo / to ji to kay to say
ee  een jo  / een ji een kay een say
ee een jo  / een ji een kay een say
ou   oun jo / oun ji oun kay oun say

(1) pronouns are further inflected (different ending) for masculine and feminine and must agree to the object (noun, pronouns, adjective and adverbs)