îns (feminine însă, masculine plural înși, feminine plural înse)
No longer used today in its original form, in which it was a pronoun that could serve as an adjective, though has preserved its meaning articulated in compounds like printr'însul (with printru). Now it is found mostly in derivatives of the older form, such as ins (“person, individual”), dânsul, and together with forms of personal pronouns, such as in însuși (“himself, itself”).
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