|subject||lean, leane||lei||lye||lin, line|
|subject||ilean, ileane||ilei||ilye||ilin, iline|
|subject||alean, aleane||alei||alye||alin, aline|
As with the first and second person pronouns, the subject forms are only used for emphasis. Prepositions take the object form; postpositions and -ez are fused with the object form.
The (grammatical) subject of impersonal constructions is lea, not lean or leane.
Ilea and ili also mean "both, two"; alea and ali also mean "all, everyone, everything". There is also the emphatic ayali "everything" with a double prefix.
Negatives: nalea "nobody", nali "nothing".
Indeterminates: salea "someone, whoever" sali "something, whatever", sayali "all kinds of things, various". Also aliye "anything (at all)" often used with negations.
Interrogatives: culea "who", culi "what".
In formal usage only epicene forms of compound pronouns exist, but masculine and feminine forms occur in the spoken language: salye "some woman", culei "who, which man".