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How to split pronouns 'whom' and 'whose' into morphs?

Yes, tey come from Poto-Ind-Euopean accusative ending -m/-om and genitive ending -es/-os (according to other reconstructions, -osyos) respectively. Here is the (singular) declension of the PIE word ...
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How to split pronouns 'whom' and 'whose' into morphs?

You could analyze them that way, sure. Perhaps there's an -m morpheme that indicates the accusative case, as seen in who-m, hi-m, the-m. But I don't think this is a very useful analysis, ...
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