Possessive Pronoun (definition)
A word in a language whose syntactic role is to take the place of a possessive noun. For example, in the English sentence, “This doll is hers” hers is a possessive pronoun that indicates that the doll belongs to a particular female. Possessive pronouns in English are mine, his, hers, yours, their, theirs, its.
For a list of the possessive pronouns of Gaelic See Possessive Pronouns