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anao
Thee, thine, you, yours. Accusative and possessive case of hianao. (Fiji angao.) [Richardson 1885]
you (singular, as object); yours [Hallanger 1973]
anareo
You, your, yours (plural). Accusative and possessive case of hianareo. [Richardson 1885]
you (plur. - as object); yours [Hallanger 1973]
ialahy
thou, you. Used only in familiar discourse by men, but never by an inferior to a superior except on special occasions of giving confidence. [Richardson 1885]
you (singular) used familiarly between men [Hallanger 1973]
ianao
thou, you. [Compare Swahili e'nu, your, of your, and e'gnui o thou.] Compare anao. [Richardson 1885]
ianareo
you, ye [Richardson 1885]
indriako
thou, you. A word used by women in a familiar style of address. Somewhat like My dear. Comp. Ialahy. [Richardson 1885]
indrỳ
you (singular), used familiarly by mother to daughter [Hallanger 1973]
ise
used familiarly for You, You sir. [Richardson 1885]
you (singular) used familiarly between men [Hallanger 1973]
itena
you (singular) used familiarly; often disrespectful [Hallanger 1973]
leitsy
zalahy
you (plur.) used between men [Hallanger 1973]
zavavy
you (plur.) used between women [Hallanger 1973]