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Reflexive Pronouns are used in the Oblique Cases to refer to the subject of the sentence or clause in which they stand: as, (i) se leubhet, he loves himself.
a. In the first and second persons the oblique cases of the Personal pronouns are used as Reflexives: as, eg me widemi, I see myself; tu te pretias, you praise yourself; we nos perswademos, we persuade ourselves.
b. The Reflexive pronoun of the third person has a special form used only in this sense, the same for both singular and plural. It is thus declined:
|ACC.||s(w)e, himself, herself, itself, themselves|
|GEN.||sewe, of himself, herself, itself, themselves|
|OBL.||sebhi, soi, to/in/with/by himself, herself, itself, themselves|
- Quiles Casas, Carlos, Europaio: A Brief Grammar of the European Language, Vol. 1, Dnghu, 2006, ISBN 84-689-7727-6