• Arabic: ـك (ar) (-k) (-ak, -uk(a), etc: pronunciation differs according to case and level of language formality)
    Egyptian Arabic: ـك(-ak or k) (owner is male), ـك(-ek or ki) (owner is female), بتاعك‎ m (bitāʿak), بتاعك‎ f (bitāʿik)
  • Armenian: (informal) քո (hy) (kʿo), (informal) Ձեր (Jer)
  • Aromanian: tãu m
  • Assamese: তোৰ (tür) (least formal), তোমাৰ (tümar) (informal), আপোনাৰ (apünar) (formal)
  • Asturian: to (ast), de to, so (ast) (formal), de so (formal)
  • Belarusian: твой (tvoj), ваш (vaš) (formal)
  • Belizean Creole: yu, fi yu
  • Bikol Central: saimo (before a noun), mo (after a noun)
  • Brahui: naa
  • Breton: da (br)
  • Bulgarian: твой (tvoj), ваш (vaš) (formal)
  • Catalan: el teu, la teva
  • Cebuano: imo
  • Chinese:
    Mandarin: 你的 (zh) (nǐ de), 您的 (zh) (nín de) (formal)
  • Chukchi: гынин (gynin)
  • Coptic: ⲡⲉⲕ m (pek), ⲧⲉⲕ f (tek), ⲛⲉⲕ m pl or f pl (nek) (owner is male), ⲡⲉ m (pe), ⲧⲉ f (te), ⲛⲉ m pl or f pl (ne) (owner is female)
  • Cornish: dha
  • Crimean Tatar: seniñ
  • Czech: tvůj (cs), váš (cs) (formal)
  • Dalmatian: to
  • Danish: din (da)
  • Dutch: (informal) je (nl), (informal) jouw (nl), (formal in Standard Dutch; used both formally and informally in Flemish Dutch) uw (nl)
  • Egyptian: (owner is male)
    k

    (.k), (owner is female)

    T

    (.ṯ)

  • Eshtehardi: اِشتَ(eşta)
  • Esperanto: via (eo)
  • Estonian: sinu (et), su (et)
  • Finnish: sinun …si, -si (fi), sinun (fi)
  • French: ton (fr) m ta (fr) f tes (fr) m pl or f pl (informal), votre (fr) m or f vos (fr) m pl or f pl (formal)
  • Friulian: to m
  • Galician: teu m
  • Georgian: შენი (šeni)
  • German: dein (de), (formal) Ihr (de)
    Cimbrian: dain
    Luxembourgish: däin
    Old High German: dīn
  • Gothic: 𐌸𐌴𐌹𐌽𐍃 (þeins)
  • Greek: σας (el) (sas), σας (el) n (sas), σου (el) (sou)
    Ancient: σός (sós) (adjective), σου (sou) (genitive personal pronoun)
  • Hawaiian: kou, kāu
  • Hebrew: (common) שלך (he) m (shelkha), שלך (he) f (shelakh), (formal) ־ך‎ m (-kha), ־ך‎ f (-akh/-ekh)
  • Hindi: (least formal) तेरा (hi) (terā), (informal) तुम्हारा (hi) (tumhārā), (formal) आपका (āpkā)
  • Hungarian: -d, -od, -ad (hu), -ed (hu), (informal) -öd, -a (hu), -e, -ja, (formal) -je
  • Icelandic: þinn (is)
  • Ido: vua (io)
  • Indonesian: -mu (id), kamu (id), Anda (id)
  • Interlingua: tu (ia)
  • Irish: do
  • Istro-Romanian: teu m, te f
  • Italian: tuo (it)
  • Japanese: (polite) あなたの (ja) (anata no), (familiar) きみの (ja) (kimi no), (familiar) (please verify)君の (ja)
  • Kalmyk: чини (çini)
  • Korean: 당신의 (dangsinui)
  • Ladino: tu
  • Latin: tuus (la)
  • Latvian: tavs, jūsu (polite)
  • Lithuanian: tàvo (lt)
  • Macedonian: твој (tvoj), ваш (vaš) (formal)
  • Maltese: tiegħek
  • Maori: tāu (singular dominant), tōu (singular subordinate), āu (plural dominant), ōu (plural subordinate), (singular neutral and informal), ō (plural neutral or informal)
  • Mazanderani: ته(te)
  • Mongolian: таны (tany),таныг (tanyg) (owner is older than speaker), чиний (činij),чамайг (čamajg) (owner is same age as/younger than speaker)
  • North Frisian:
    Föhr: dan m, jau, jamens
  • Norwegian: din (no) m, di (no) f, ditt n, dine (no) m pl or f pl or n pl
  • Novial: vun
  • Occitan: teu (oc)
  • Old Church Slavonic: твои (tvoi)
  • Old English: þīn sg
  • Oriya: ତୋର (or) (torô), ତୁମର (or) (tumôrô), ତୁମ୍ଭର (or) (tumbhôrô)
  • Persian: ـت (fa) (-at), تو (fa) (to)
  • Pipil: mu-
  • Polish: twój (pl), (formal, to male:) pana (pl), pański (pl), (formal, to female:) pani (pl)
  • Portuguese: teu (pt) m, tua (pt) f, (Brazil) seu (pt) m, sua (pt) f
  • Romanian: tău (ro) m, ta (ro) f
  • Romansch: tes m, tiu m
  • Russian: твой (ru) (tvoj) (informal), ваш (ru) (vaš) (formal)
  • Sardinian: tou
  • Scots: yer
  • Scottish Gaelic: do (informal), ur (gd) (formal)
  • Serbo-Croatian:
    Cyrillic: твој, ваш (formal)
    Roman: tvoj, vaš (sh) (formal)
  • Sinhalese: ඔයාගේ (oyāgē)
  • Slovak: tvoj (sk), váš (formal)
  • Slovene: tvój (sl), vàš (sl) (formal)
  • Sorbian:
    Lower Sorbian: twój (familiar), waš (polite)
  • Spanish: tu (es), su (es) (formal)
  • Swedish: din (sv)
  • Sylheti: ꠔꠞ (tor) (least formal), ꠔꠥꠝꠣꠞ (tumar) (informal), ꠀꠙ꠆ꠘꠣꠞ (afnar) (formal)
  • Talysh: اشته(əštə)
  • Tatar: синең (sineñ) (informal), сезнең (sezneñ) (formal)
  • Telugu: (formal) మీ (te) (), (informal) నీ (te) ()
  • Thai: ของคุณ (kŏng kun)
  • Tlingit: i
  • Turkish: senin (tr)
  • Ukrainian: твій (tvij) (informal), ваш (uk) (vaš) (formal)
  • Urdu: (least formal) تیرا(terā), (informal) تمہارا(tumhārā), (formal) آپ کا(āp kā)
  • Vietnamese: của bạn (replace bạn with the appropriate word or kinship term: ông, bà, anh, cô, chị, mày, em, etc.)
  • Volapük: olik (vo), ola
  • Walloon: ti (wa) m sg or f sg, tes (wa) m pl or f pl (familiar), vosse (wa) m sg or f (before consonant, ordinary and formal), vost (wa) m or f (before vowel, ordinary and formal), vo (wa) m sg or f sg (Western Walloon, ordinary and formal), vos (wa) m pl or f pl (ordinary and formal)
  • Welsh: dy
  • West Frisian: dyn, jo (fy)
  • Yiddish: דײַן(dayn)
  • Zhuang: duh mwngz
  • Zulu: possessive concord + -kho

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