Pronouns are also added to the end of nouns. Certain endings cause certain changes in the word:
-m and n double before endings that have a consonant cluster of mb or nd at the end. These endings are from primitive Elvish and can be looked up on the Dragonflame dictionary.
-an e is inserted before the pronominal ending, except if the noun ends in a vowel.
For the possessive pronominal endings, except for -en (my), see the chart in pronouns appended to verbs above.
General reflexive pronouns
This type of pronoun only has meaning when put in a sentance and can mean his, her, their, its, your. It refers to the subject of the sentance. This pronoun is īn (translating to his/her/their/its/your own).
This pronoun is used to relate different parts of a sentance. It is substatuted in the second part of the sentance for a thing (or person) mentioned in the first, so it can mean, for example, who or that (The person that did this. The woman who told us). The relative pronoun is i, with the plural form in. Don't confuse it with the definite article (the), the context will determine which is being used.
on mutation: as far as we can tell, singular relative pronouns don't mutate, but plurals seem to suffer a nasal mutation.