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Telugu Pronouns Nom.

Nomnative Pronouns in Telugu and English

Telugu PronounRomanzed Telugu -spanish vowelEnglish Pronoun
ఇది idi This (relatively nearby thing or female human - intimate, impolite)
అది adi That (relatively far thing or female human - intimate, impolite)
ఇవి ivi These (relatively nearby things)
అవి avi Those (relatively far things)
నేసు neenu I
నీవు niivu You (singular informal, close friend or child)
మీరు miiru You (plural or singular polite, formal)
మేము meemu We (excluding listener)
మనం manam We (including listener)
వీరు viiru He, She, They (relatively nearby) (singular or plural very polite, formal, highest respect)
వీండ్ళు / వీళ్ళు viin̆ḍḷu / viiḷḷu They (relatively nearby) ( plural - these people either gender in a group)
వారు waaru He, She, They (relatively far way) (singular or plural very polite, formal, highest respect)
వాండ్ళు / వాళ్ళు waan̆ḍḷu / waaḷḷu They (relatively far way) ( plural - those people either gender in a group)
ఈయన iiyana He (this man - relatively nearby) (formal, respectful)
ఈవిడ iiviḍa She (this woman - relatively nearby) (informal, respectful)
ఆయన aayana He (that man - relatively far) (formal, respectful)
ఆవిడ aaviḍa She (that woman - relatively nearby) (informal, respectful)
ఇతను itanu He (this man - relatively nearby) (informal, polite)
ఈమె iime She (this woman - relatively nearby) (formal or informal, polite)
అతను atanu He (that man - relatively far) (informal, polite)
ఆమె aame She (that woman - relatively far) (formal or informal, polite)
వీడు viiḍu He (this man - relatively nearby) (very informal, intimate, impolite)
వాడు waaḍu He (that man - relatively far) (very informal, intimate, impolite)
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