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1. Singular possessed object. Kona (o-class); kāna (a-class); kō ia, kā ia (o- and a-class forms).

  • Examples:
    • His house, kona hale.
    • His child, kāna keiki.

2. Plural possessed objects. Ona (o-class); āna (a-class).

  • References:
    • For other uses of k-less (zero-type) possessives, Gram. 9.6.3.

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Also her, hers, its. Kōna, kona.

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