Alphabetical Index of Pronouns and Possessive Adjectives

Homonyms for these words are all included.

Unaccented forms (el) precede accented forms (él).

el the definite article
él he, it subject pronoun
it, him pronoun object of a preposition
ella she, it subject pronoun
it, her pronoun object of a preposition
ello it (neuter pronoun, verb subject or object of a preposition) subject pronoun (neuter)
pronoun object of a preposition (neuter)
ellos they Subject pronoun
them Pronoun object of a preposition.
la her, it Direct object pronoun.
the Definite article.
le to him/her/it/Ud. Indirect object pronoun.
him, Ud. (masculine only) Direct object pronoun (Spain only).
les to them/ustedes Indirect object pronoun.
ustedes Direct object pronoun (Spain only).
lo him, it Direct object pronoun.
the Neuter definite article, used to turn adjectives into abstract nouns (lo bueno, the good).
los them, ustedes Direct object pronoun
the Masculine plural definite article
me me; to me; myself Direct, indirect, or reflexive verb object pronoun.
mi (no accent) my Possessive adjective (mi casa, "my house."
mí (accent) me Prepositional object pronoun (a mí, "to me.")
mía my, mine Possessive adjective when following noun (hijo mío, "my son"). Posessive pronoun if used alone (Es mío, "it's mine").
mías
mío
míos
nos us; to us; ourselves Direct, indirect, or reflexive verb object pronoun.
nosotras we, us Subject and prepositional object pronoun.
nosotros
nuestra our; ours Possessive adjective when following noun (padre nuestro, "our father"). Possessive pronoun if used alone (Es nuestro, "It's ours").
nuestras
nuestro
nuestros
os you; to you; yourselves Direct, indirect, or reflexive verb object pronoun.
se (no accent) to him/her/it/them (indirect object pronoun); (reflexive pronoun) Indirect object pronoun (before a direct object pronoun beginning with l).
himself, herself, itself, themselves,or left untranslated (as in "Se habla español). Reflexive pronoun.
sé (accent) I know 1s present indicative of saber, "to know."
be Familiar positive command form of ser, "to be." Sé bueno, "be good."
si (no accent) if Conjunction.
sí (accent) yes Adverb.
himself, herself, itself, themselves Reflexive pronoun.
su his, her, its, their, your (usted/ustedes) Possessive adjective
sus
suya his/her/its/their/belong to usted(es); hers/theirs/of usted(es) Possessive adjective when following noun (la casa suya, "his/her/their/usted(es) house"). Posessive pronoun if used alone (Es suyo, "it is his/hers/theirs/of usted(es)").
suyas
suyo
suyos
te (no accent) you; to you Direct, indirect, or reflexive verb object pronoun.
té (accent) tea (the beverage) Noun.
ti you Prepositional object pronoun (a ti, to you).
tu your Possessive adjective.
you Subject pronoun.
tus your Possessive adjective.
tuya your, yours Possessive adjective when following noun (hijo mío, "my son"). Posessive pronoun if used alone (Es mío).
tuyas
tuyo
tuyos
usted you Subject and prepositional object pronoun.
ustedes
vosotras you Subject and prepositional object pronoun.
vosotros
vuestra your, yours Possessive adjective and pronoun.
vuestras
vuestro
vuestros