Wheelock Caput XI Personal Pronouns
Variations The nominative personal pronoun is usually omitted when it is the subject of the sentence. When it is used, it is typically used for emphasis. In poetry, mihi is sometimes contracted to mi. The preposition cum, when used with personal pronouns becomes an enclitic, that is, it is suffixed to the pronoun (mecum, tecum, eocum, eacum, nobiscum, vobiscum, eiscum). When the genitive plural (first and second person) is partitive in meaning, different forms are used: unusquis nostrum. each one of us.unusquis vostrum. each one of you.