Dear all, Anybody here capable of telling which pronominal form underlies PIE *téynos? It is supposed to be the form that gives origin to Proto-Germanic *þīnaz > Old English þīn > Modern English thy, thine. All I know is that it's an adjectival development based on the PIE second-person singular oblique stem in *t-. But which pronoun form(s) exactly? Is that kind of info recoverable? Hansen (2012: 181) says it's an "adjektivisk dannelse til pron. *tu ”du” [adjectival development based on the pronoun *tu 'you']" and reconstructs the PIE form as *t(u̯)éi̯-no-s, but knowing it comes from the PIE second-person singular is not enough for me. I couldn't find anything in Ringe (2006) nor in Sihler (1995), and Google doesn't seem to help either. Anyone? Hansen, Bjarne Simmelkjær Sandgaard. 2012. Gothic: BA seminar in Germanic historical linguistics at the University of Copenhagen.