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ngō

1. your - when talking of more than one thing. It refers to only one person and is the Tainui variation of ō being the plural of . A possessive determiner which must be followed by a noun, unlike āku and ōku. This is the neutral or informal form and is not governed by the a and o categories.

Whakatakotoria ngō kāri kia kite ai au he pēwhea te manaaki a te Wahi Ngaro i a koe (HKKT 2011:24). / Lay down your cards so that I can see how kindly Divine Intervention is towards you.

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