Discussion in 'Čeština (Czech)' started by ataraxy3, Feb 16, 2013.
Can "mne" mean "my" also?
No. Mne means
1. gen. and acc. of the personal pronoun já (= I), e.g. mne se neptej, udělej to pro mne;
2. he rubs/kneads, is rubbing/kneading (inf. mnouti), e.g. mne si oči;
No. Written like that, it's the genitive or accusative case of já - I. If you can tell us why you're asking the question, i.e. you've seen or heard the word in a particular construction in Czech and you think it's been translated as "my", we will be able to be more helpful.
Nenapadá mě jediný příklad, kdy by "mne" mohlo znament "můj / moje / má".
It may happen that English construction with possessive pronouns translates into Czech construction with personal pronouns. A typical example are references to body parts.
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