edited by Meagan Ayer et al.
295. The personal pronouns have, in general, the same constructions as nouns.
a. The personal pronouns are not expressed as subjects, except for distinction or emphasis.
I call you.
Quis mē vocat? Ego tē vocō.
Who is calling me? I am calling you.
the elder of you
Habētis ducem memorem vestrī, oblītum suī. (Cat. 4.19)
You have a leader who thinks (is mindful) of you and forgets (is forgetful of) himself.
a part (i.e. some) of us
Note 1— The genitives nostrum, vestrum, are occasionally used objectively (§ 348).
cupidus vestrum (Verr. 3.224)
fond of you
cūstōs vestrum (Cat. 3.29)
the guardian of you (your guardian)
Note 2— One of themselves is expressed by ūnus ex suīs or ipsīs (rarely ex sē), or ūnus suōrum.