Possessives show ownership and they were introduced in the lesson Icelandic pronouns under the genitive case. They follow the definite noun and like all other adjectives and pronouns, they have to agree. The following table shows the declensions for the possessive "my":
Þín also declines the same.
The declension of “our” is different from that of above:
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