I divine or royal kie a single person the multitude, group-mind thie we including you khase excluding you khath objective-- hardly with me khe you singular familiar se singular sie plural use one a person die several persons udie; due third person pronouns: singular: either sex: 1 le 2 lue on land: 1 vse 2 vsue in the sea: 1 ke 2 kue physical sex: 1 to 2 tue mental sex: 1 fe 2 fue maternal sex: je an object ve an animal, alien, etc. de plural including you lase excluding you: 1 lie 2 luie objects vie animals, aliens, etc. alie complex pronouns I/We I and we thakh You/We We isakh Le/We We ilakh You/They You isal Le/They Le and they ilal
Quite a few of these would seem to overlap, but these would express some nuances. "We objective" khe would be used to dissociate oneself from the action, for instance. Use 'you plural' would be used to address multiple peopel; lase "(3p) plural: including you" would be used to refer to a group not being addressed as a whole, but which includes the listener.
The Verians were amphibious and had three sexes, thus the 3s pronouns for land and sea use and for different sexes. (Why no combinations of these, or any 3p pronouns, and why the maternal sex only gets one pronoun, I don't know.) The pairs marked 1 and 2 are obviative-- i.e. two referents of that category can be disambiguated with their own pronoun.
The complex pronouns had a meaning rooted in Verian psychology, I believe. Think of "I/We" as a special pronoun for a spiritual melding of myself and others. (Not the same as a group mind, which has its own self-referring pronoun.)