In Vandalic, there are three types of pronouns: personal (refers to a specific, known person), indefinite (refers to an unspecified person), and interrogative (used for asking a question-also known as question words).

Personal pronounsEdit

Personal pronouns decline based on number, person, and gender. (In the tables, under 3rd person, the genders go: masculine/feminine/neuter. So, es means he, ju means she, it means it, etc.)

  1st person2nd person3rd person
nom ek þō es/ju/it
acc mek þek ina/ju/it
gen mēns þēns es/ezus/es
dat mes þes imei/ezoi/imei


  1st person2nd person3rd person
nom gwēs jōs ēs
acc us iswes ins
gen usjers isjers esa
dat uses iswes ims

Indefinite pronounsEdit

There are two indeclinable indefinite pronouns: fjel (many, much; such as in "Of the Icelanders, many believe in huldufolk.") and wasu (each, everyone, everything). There are two more indefinite pronouns: eins (any) and selvs (self). The first is the numeral for "one", and they both decline like an adjective or noun. "Whoever", "whatever", etc. can be rendered by using the corresponding question word.

Interrogative pronounsEdit

The question words also do not decline.
how-wi (because=for)
where-war (there-þar)
why-warfor (therefore-þarfor)

Demonstrative pronounsEdit

Demonstrative pronouns are used to point something out; they mean "this" or "that"; in the plural, they mean "these" or "those".
Under each heading, it is singular/plural, in that format.

nom sa/þei su/þus þat/þu
acc þan/þans þa/þus þat/þu
gen þas/þeisa þeisus/þeisa þas/þeisa
dat þamei/þeims þeisoi/þeims þamei/þeims