• (untranslated) [verb + pronoun suffix (indirect object) + إيا ʔiyyā + pronoun suffix (direct object)] ◊ He gave me it. ◊ She asked you it twice. ◊ He’ll send them to us. ⓘ A verb cannot take two pronoun suffixes. If both the direct and indirect objects of a verb are pronouns, the direct object is suffixed to إيا ʔiyyā. If either of the objects is a noun, إيا ʔiyyā is not required. Compare: ◊ I gave Ahmad the present. ◊ I gave him the present. ◊ I gave it to Ahmad. ◊ I gave him it. / I gave it to him.
•وإياه wa-ʔiyyāhu together with sb ◊ I together with them
• إياك (و) ʔiyyā(ka) (wa), إياك من ʔiyyāka min beware of ◊ Beware of getting to close to it. ▪ إياك أنْ ʔiyyāka ʔan take care not to ◊ Take care not to forget what I told you.