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With Identity pronoun we are referring to the English self , which is formed differently in each Europaio-derived dialect. The different possibilities are:
1. Those which come from a Pronoun, which are only valid for the third person, formed basically by the anaphoric pronoun lengthened with another particle:
a. Greek autos, from au- (adverb), newly, and the anaphoric to.
b. Latin identity idem from id plus a common Europaio ending, -em.
2. Those formed from a Noun, with the sense equal, same, able to modify demonstrative or personal pronouns, and even having an autonomous pronominal use, with a pronoun declension:
The common Europaio form is derived from the adjective somos, same, similar (in turn derived from the root sem/som/sm) in zero-grade, which forms smo.
- Quiles Casas, Carlos, Europaio: A Brief Grammar of the European Language, Vol. 1, Dnghu, 2006, ISBN 84-689-7727-6