I promised writing something on the pronominal system of Meghean, my Elvish language. What's done yet is personal and possessive pronouns. Subject personal pronouns and possessive pronouns are formally the same (idea nicked from Turkic), and consists of proclitics attaching themselves to the finite verb and the thing possessed respectively. Some of the forms may be subject to revision, but I think the pl forms at least are set. person 1st 2nd 3rd sg se- ra- te- pl me- ea- cha- (Note the perfectly regular pronunciations _te-_ [tSe-] and _ea-_ [ja-]) Notice that this means that with pronominal possessors we've got the opposite WO compared to with nominal ones. Cf _meghean_ "our words" with _ghean thaiean_ "the orcs' words" (=Yargish). (_Taea_ ['ta.ja] "orc", definite pl possessive _thaiean_ ['Ta(j).jan], is from Yargish _taya_, the ergative of _tay_ "orc". With stems of this unusual shape, the difference between normal and possessive forms easily gets mostly theoretical.) The object personal pronouns are enclitics, attaching themselves to verbs and prepositions. They're descended from the same original independent pronouns as the subject/possessive ones - the ancestral language used only WO to distinguish case roles - which should be rather obvious from the forms: person 1st 2nd 3rd sg -es -ar -eth pl -em -ii -ach (Remember, _ii_ is [ej].) One can, of course, attach both a subject and an object pronoun to a verb; eg _mechoareth_ "we ate it". I'll be back with examples involving prepositions as soon as I get around to inventing some ... I've also conjured up a future auxiliary _beor_. Futurizing the above gets us _mebheoreth coar_ "we will eat it" - the auxiliary assumes the argument structure and syntactic position of the main verb, which is then added as a bare stem. Andreas PS I see I forgot to thank BP for helping me naming this thing. Thanks, BP!