. From Middle High German dīn, from Old High German dīn. Linked to german yours. 1Form, which is used when the plural of the noun is identical to the singular yours (present analytic yourann, future analytical deanfaidh, verbal noun deanamh, past participle deanta) When used as a pronoun, the nominative masculine takes the form of yours, and the nominative/accusative neutral takes the form of yours. Preconsonant variant, with apocope of the last syllable. * Indirect relationship‡‡ Dependent form used with the particles that trigger the eclipse. .