Q. colloquial-possessive grammar.

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Examples (colloquial-possessive)
kanwarya “*their face” [← #canwa²] 3rd-pl-poss ✧ VT49/21.2305
má-rya-t “*their two hands” [← ] 3rd-pl-poss dual ✧ PE17/130.2307
símaryasse “connexions” [← síma] 3rd-pl-poss locative ✧ VT49/16.0908
símaryassen “in their imagination” [← síma] 3rd-pl-poss locative plural ✧ VT49/16.0801
kambeya “his hand” [← cambë] 3rd-sg-poss ✧ VT49/17.2004
makilya “his (or their) sword” [← macil] 3rd-sg-poss ✧ PE17/130.2011
talya “his foot” [← tál] 3rd-sg-poss ✧ PE17/130.2008
talya “his hand” ← tāl 3rd-sg-poss ✧ VT49/17.2106
yulmaya “his cup” [← yulma] 3rd-sg-poss ✧ VT49/17.2007
má-ya-t “her two hands” [← ] 3rd-sg-poss dual ✧ PE17/130.2306
óma-yo “of her voice” [← óma] 3rd-sg-poss genitive ✧ PE17/130.2508

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