Rarotongan is a Polynesian language of the Cook Islands. It is distinct from, yet closely related to, New Zealand Māori. Cook Islanders also call it Te reo Ipukarea, “the language of the Ancestral Homeland”.
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Austronesian > Polynesian
Cook Islands Māori, Māori, Māori Kūki 'Āirani
Rarotongan has two categories of possessives, “a” and “o”. “A”, is used for referring to, amongst many other things, animals and pets, but excluding horses. If you want to refer to a horse specifically, you’ve got to use “o”!
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