Ah, you're talking about the alienable and the inalienable possession as
represented by the Polynesian languages with 'a' and 'o', as in the Maori
"taku, aku; toku, oku" - my, with differences in the use according to whether
or not the possessed object is regarded as alienable or inalienable.
On Friday 19 April 2002 01:34, you wrote:
> Jesse Stephen Bangs sekalge
> <I would find this more enlightening i