Lombard/Possessive pronouns

Lombard language course
Morphology of Lombard language

AdjectivesAdjective degrees
PronounsSubject personal pronouns •• Object and term personal pronouns •• Pronominal and adverbial particles - Demonstrative pronouns •• Possessive pronouns •• Indefinite pronouns
VerbsMoods and tenses •• Infinitive •• Gerund and gerundial complements •• Participle - Present Indicative •• Past Indicative (Perfect Indicative) •• Imperfect Indicative •• Past Perfect Indicative •• Simple Future Indicative •• Compound Future Indicative •• Present Subjunctive •• Past Subjunctive (Perfect Subjunctive) •• Imperfect Subjunctive •• Past Perfect Subjunctive •• Present Conditional •• Past Conditional •• Present Imperative •• Future Imperative •• Continuous construction ••• Irregular verbs
••• Auxiliary verbs
••• Modal verbs
••• Phrasal verbs
Prepositions and prepositional locutions
Adverbs and adverbial locutions
Pronominal and adverbial particles
Other constructions replacing the adverbs "easily" and "hardly"
Conjunctions and conjunctive locutions

Lombard The reference orthography for this page of Lombard course is New Lombard orthography

The possessive pronouns are obtained by putting the article to the corresponding possessive adjective.

and so on
English Lombard
(milanese dialect)
1 mine el mè
2 yours el tò "m"
la toa "f"
3 (of him) his el sò (de lu)[1] "m"
la soa (de lu)[1] "f"
3 (of her) her el sò (de lee)[1] "m"
la soa (de lee)[1] "f"
4 ours el nost "m"
la nosta "f"
5 yours el vost "m""
la vosta "f"
6 (...) theirs el sò (de lor)[1] "m"
la soa (de lor)[1] "f"
6 (...) theirs el sò (de lore)[1] "m"
la soa (de lore)[1] "f"


  1. a b c d e f g h Since possessive pronouns are the same for the third person singular and plural if you want to specify whether they belong to a masculine or feminine subject, and to a singular or plural subject you must specify "de lu", "de lee", "de lor", "de lore"