ōna, poss.pron. His, her, hers. When standing before the noun which it qualifies, it marks it as plural (usu. paucal) except after kāre and ‘okota‘i.

Kāre ōna manako.
He has nothing to say;

E ‘aka‘oki mai koe i ōna pona.
Let him have his shirts back;

Kua tuatua maira tetai o te au Pharisea ra kiaia, e kai aia i te kai ki ona.
And one of the Pharisees asked him to have a meal with him at his (home) (Luke 7.36). [ō1, -na3.]

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