Latvian Pronouns With 50 Examples – Easy Learning Guide

Last updated on November 16th, 2022 at 01:41 am

Generally speaking, Like English, Latvian pronouns can be used instead of nouns. For example, you can use the pronoun “she” instead of saying that “Julie speaks four languages” and that “she speaks four languages.” Learning the Latvian pronouns shown below is essential for the language. Latvian pronouns include:

  • Personal pronouns (referring to the person speaking, or the things or persons spoken about, the persons spoken to. For e.g., you, I, she, he, it, they, we, me, her, him, them, and us).
  • Relative pronoun. (a pronoun that heads an adjective clause. E.g., whom, which, whose, who, that)
  • Indefinite pronouns (do not have a specific familiar referent. For e.g., everybody everyone, everything, many, few, somebody)
  • Reflexive or reciprocal pronouns (in which the verb’s subject is acting on the verb’s object. E.g., “Mary and John love themselves” or “Mary and John love each other”).


Latvian Pronouns In Sentences

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Here is a list of the Personal, indefinite, relative, reflexive, or reciprocal pronouns in Latvian sentences placed in a table. Learn and memorize this table so that it will help you add beneficial and essential words to your Latvian vocabulary.

English PronounsLatvian Pronouns
I speakEs runāju
you speakTu runā, jūs runājat
he speaksviņš runā
she speaksviņa runā
we speakmēs runājam
they speakviņi runā
give medod man/dodoet man
give youdod tev/jums//dodiet tev /jums
give himviņam
give herdod , dodiet viņai
give usdod/doties mums
give themdod, dodiet viņiem /viņām
my bookmana grāmata
your booktava/jūsu grāmata
his bookviņa grāmatu
her bookviņas grāmata
our bookmūsu grāmata
their bookviņu grāmatas
you speak very fastjūs runājat ļoti ātri (tu runā ļoti ātri)
he has three dogsviņam ir trīs suņi
can you tell me your name?vai jūs varat man pateikt savu vārdu? 
can she help us?vai viņa varētu mums palīdzēt?
my name is Mayamans vārds ir maya
their house is not farviņu māja nav tālu
that restaurant is far šis restorāns ir tālu
this is my house šī ir mana māja
Latvian Pronouns in Sentences

The following is the most common list of object, subject, and possessive Latvian pronouns with their definitions and examples:


Latvian Pronouns With Examples

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Here is the list of pronouns in Latvian. It includes possessive, subject, and object. These can be used daily, so it is better not to skip this lesson. We will start with the object pronoun such as ” you, I, she, he, and they”

Object Pronouns 

Object pronouns are those pronouns that accept actions in a sentence.

You (singular)tu
She viņa
We mēs
You (plural) jūs
Theyviņi / viņas / tie / tās
Latvian Pronouns

The followings are the examples of object pronouns in sentences

I love youes tevi mīlu
She is beautifulviņa ir skaista
We are happymēs esam laimīgi
They are dancing viņi dejo
Latvian Pronouns

Subject Pronouns

Subject pronouns are pronouns that perform actions in sentences, such as “me, him, us, them”.

Meman / mani (accusative)
You tev, jums / tevi / jūs
Him viņam / viņu
Her viņai / viņu / viņas (posessive)
Us mums / mūs
You (plural) jums / jūs
Themviņiem / viņām / viņus / viņas / tām / tiem / tās / tos
Latvian Pronouns

These are some examples to show how the subject pronoun can be used in a sentence.

Give me your phone number Iedod man, lūdzu, savu telefona numuru
I can give you my emailEs varu tev iedot savu e-pastu
Tell him to call mePasaki, lai viņš man piezvana
Can you call us? Vai tu vari mums piezvanīt?
Pronouns in Latvian and English Sentences

Possessive Adjectives

Now, we have come to the possessive adjective part, which is used to refer to things we possess. For eg., “my, your, our, their …”.

Mymans / mani / mana / manas
Your tavs / tavas / tavi / jūsu / tava
Our mūsu
Your (pl.) jūsu
Theirviņu / to
Latvian pronouns

These are examples of how to use possessive adjectives in sentences.

My phone number is . . . Mans telefona numurs ir…
His email is . .Viņa e-pasts ir…
Our dream is to visit Spain Mūsu sapnis ir aizbraukt uz Spāniju
Their country is beautifulViņu valsts ir skaista
pronouns in Latvian and English sentences

Possessive Pronouns

This is the possessive pronoun. It is used as an alternative to the possessive adjectives above. Instead of saying “It is my horse” we can say “It is mine”.

Minemanējā / manējais / manējie / manas / mans / mana / mani / manējās
Yourstavējais / tavējie / tavējā / tavējās / tavs / tava / tavas / tavi / jūsējais / jūsējā / jūsu / jūsējās / jūsējie
Hers viņas
Ours mūsējais / mūsējās / musējie / mūsējā / mūsu
Yours (pl.) jūsu
Latvian Pronouns

These are some examples of possessive pronouns in a sentence.

The book is mine Šī grāmata ir mana
Is this pen yours? Vai šī pildspalva ir jūsu / tava?
The shoes are hersTās ir viņas kurpes
Victory is oursUzvara ir mūsu
Pronouns in Latvian Sentences


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