kono-pronounEnglishone who is...; personThis is a third person singular pronoun meaning the generic 'person'. It is widely used with directionals and other terms which describe or specify. When occurring with anything other than er (that), erei (that), or min (this), it is written as a separate word.Má ahit i aratuán, mulán i di a kila má namur ák mat má kápte te natun be. Kono áruán áng kila pasi mul i mokos, má káp melek mul ki ák mat má kápte besang te natun. Má ngorer mul ái kono átuil a mat má kápte natun. (Mar 12.20-21)There were seven brothers, the first of them married and later he died and there weren't any children of his yet. The second one then also married the widow, and immediately then he died and there were not yet any children of his. And so also the third one died and there were no children of his.Ái koner a tángni kesá gengen kalik a ngoro kono minái kabin ngo a mámna iau, kápate tangan masiknai kalik erei, a tangan iau mul. (Luk 9.48)That one who helps a small child like this one because he loves me, he is not helping only that child, he is helping me also.tah1tám1konerkonomin2Personperson

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