ō‘ou, poss.pron. Belonging to you (sg.). When standing before the noun which it qualifies, it marks it as plural (usu. paucal), except after kāre and ‘okota‘i.

‘E a‘a ō‘ōu metua i ‘aere mai ei?
Why have your parents come?;

‘Aere atu, kāre ō‘ou tika‘anga ki konei.
Clear off, you have no right to be here;

Kua ora te ‘oro‘enua ō‘ou.
That horse of yours has escaped. [ō1, -‘ou3.]

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