ōku, poss.pron. My, mine. When standing before the noun which it qualifies, it marks it as plural (usu. paucal) except after kāre and ‘okota‘i.
Kua mate ōku metua.
My parents are dead;
Kua ‘āuri koe i ōku pona?
Have you ironed my shirts?; ‘
Okota‘i rāi ōku pona i ‘aere mai ei.
I came with only one shirt;
Tēia te pare ōku, kua kitea.
Here’s my hat, it’s found. [ō1, -ku1.]