The phrase "meinen Befehlen" which means "my order" is used in a sentence from the movie Untergang.
From other sentences I know "mein" means "my" and "Befehl" means "order" without the "-en" at the end of both words.
I tried to search up what the "-en" mean by Googling but it seems the suffix has like 10 different usages. I would guess "Befehlen" means plural form of "Befehl" but I am not really sure, and I have no idea why "meinen" is here instead of "mein".
Might be a stupid question but this comes from one with no prior knowledge of the German language. The transcript might be wrong so if this phrase does not make sense with the "-en" please let me know as well.
Any help will be appreciated.
Edit: As required in the comment, the whole sentence is the following:
"Wer sind Sie, dass Sie es wagen, sich meinen Befehlen zu widersetzen?".
My confusion is on
- is "Befehlen" the plural form of "Befehl" or does it mean something else?
- what's the difference if "mein" is used instead of "meinen"?