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Εσύ, εσείς

semantic space · lipamanka

sina is the listener, reader, the one who interprets what the speaker says, or any group that contains them. Similarly to mi, when quoting others, it doesn't necesserily refer to the one who is listening at the moment, and instead refers to the one listening from when the quote is from. But besides situations like that, sina always includes the listener. Many people also use sina as a general hypothetical pronoun, similar to "one" in english when used as a pronoun. Others use sina when talking to inanimate objects. Perhaps this frames the object as listening. I recommend playing around with this at least a little bit.

ku translations

you94, your88, yours83, yourself67

pu verbatim

NOUN you


core · 100% usage

found in pu

coined pre-pu


Finnish · sinä ‘Εσύ, εσείς’

coined by jan Sonja

sitelen pona


perhaps a hand pointing towards the listener. compare mi and ona

sitelen sitelen

sina sitelen sitelen

sitelen jelo


sitelen Emosi





kala Asi

jan Lakuse

luka pona

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