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Nik Taylor wrote:
> Nani'

Now that I think about it, this should be nani'kwa' (my mother), the
-kwa is always there in affectionate adresses, as between family
members.  In fact, possessive suffixes are practically fused onto words
like _nani'_ and _laka'n_, they almost NEVER occur without a possessive
suffix.

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