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Is there a table or list of rules on how to write the proper name (possessive?) adjective of a word, based on case as well?

For example,

Пашины родители

Пашиным родителям

Пашиной матери

Юрины дни рождения

Юриному отцу

ЮринЫми руками

и.т.д...

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    yes, they're called possessive, here're Google search results with a host of resources, all in Russian though Feb 1 '18 at 9:46
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    To form such an adjective, replace the final -а or -я of the name with -ин: Паша - Пашин, Галя - Галин. Declension rules are the same as any hard-stem adjective e.g. новый: нового - Пашиного, новому -Пашиному, etc except for the singular nominative which doesn't have -ый: новый - Пашин. Feb 1 '18 at 14:32
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    Oh, and the plural nominative is also a bit exceptional: -ы instead of -ые: новые - Пашины Feb 1 '18 at 14:35
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    Obviously, as for all Russian adjectives, the inanimate accusative matches the nominative in both singular and plural. Feb 1 '18 at 14:52
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    Not sure why this question was marked as "too broad". It sounds quite specific to me. Feb 1 '18 at 15:46