Sentence 384

Language:
Tibetan (Standard Spoken)

khyed.rang.

2nd sg. hon.

- Etymology: the constituents rang (self) and tsho (group) are transparent to native speakers; rnam is found as a noun in Preclassical Tibetan, meaning 'individuals'

khyed.rnams.tsho./ nga.rnams.tsho.

2nd pl. hon.

- the second form is based on the 1sg ordinary pronoun, the grammar, however, does not indicate the rules of usage;

- all plural honorific pronouns take the form rnams which derives from a noun in Preclassical Tibetan with the meaning 'individuals'

khyod.(rang).

2nd sg. fam.

khyod.(rang.)tsho.

2nd pl.

-2pl familiar pronoun; based on 2sg familiar