The pronouns of CQ are split across three persons and both genders, resulting in six basic forms. They are normal nouns otherwise; they decline for case and number in the same way as any other noun. They are often assumed to be the remnant of a fuller set of honorifics, but this is not well attested.
The six basic pronouns are:
1st mai do
2nd fe es
3rd poa om
From extant manuscripts, there is no typical usage for groups with multiple natural genders; in some the speaker's gender is the guide, in others there seems to be an underlying poetic ideal guiding the selection. This poetic ideal occasionally extends as far as single gendered groups being referred to with opposite gendered pronouns; in these cases it is not too difficult to find an opposite gendered occupational noun th