Category:Nominal Categories
Feature:Gender Distinctions in Independent Personal Pronouns WALS
Name:In 3rd person + 1st and/or 2nd person
Languages (79):
Conlangs (71):
Poswa
Sa'nakkan
Velu
Torain
Senjecas
Adeyan
Icnac
Tsolyani
Velyan
Lhueslue
Annese
Lhenazi
Senire
Krig
project 1
Yivrian
Zanese
Torimish
Emnonian
Sentalian
Ngaru
Liu
Simpified japanese
Baranxe'i
Kti
Cerstan
Meftla
Ieteje
Simbri
Nayraki
Lup (Simplified)
Gender distinctions exist, but are optional and used only when needed for clarity.
Mamambam
Borchennymendi
Barbane
donawean
Alakulian
Cwengaer
Inilt
Northern Lorkan
Dahawj
Thensarian
Shokitin

The second and third person pronouns can take suffixes that can specify for semantic gender (-ge for male and -li for female), which can be generally applied to all common nouns, and in the context of the personal pronouns also takes on honorific connotations (among some speakers; others see speaking in this way as counter-feminist).

There are also separate roots for animate and inanimate third person pronouns. However, nowhere else in the language does a masculine-feminine or animate-inanimate distinction show up in a way that would be suggestive of gender.

Attian
Snahhian
Alashian
Raxic
Proto-Zachydic
Kamëzet
Meino
Phitonic
Antiranto
Sunbyaku
Lanbuvia
Vrkhazhian
Guezu
Ccharthii
Oedilaaiffe
Proto-Toroq
Cheklomino
Agyiyi
Ernalan
Lrahran
Common Honey
Dheneydabus
Ancient Draconian
Dwendish
INS
Random
Dearean
Ilcharotic
Tangachi

Natlangs (8):
Spanish
Abkhaz
Arabic (Egyptian)
Berber (Middle Atlas)
Hausa
Hebrew (Modern)
Khoekhoe
Nunggubuyu