their

their
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[English Word] their
[Swahili Word] -ao
[Part of Speech] pronoun
[English Example] their country, their countries
[Swahili Example] nchi yao, nchi zao
[Note] third person plural possessive pronoun stem
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[English Word] their
[Swahili Word] lao
[Part of Speech] pronoun
[Derived Word] -ao, noun class 5
[English Example] their shop
[Swahili Example] duka lao
[Note] See Swahili Noun Class Guide at www.yale.edu/swahili/nounclassguide.html
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[English Word] their
[Swahili Word] zao
[Part of Speech] pronoun
[Derived Word] -ao, noun class 10
[English Example] their work
[Swahili Example] kazi zao
[Note] See Swahili Noun Class Guide at www.yale.edu/swahili/nounclassguide.html
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[English Word] their
[Swahili Word] yao
[Part of Speech] pronoun
[Derived Word] -ao, noun classes 4,6,9
[English Example] their shops
[Swahili Example] maduka yao
[Note] See Swahili Noun Class Guide at www.yale.edu/swahili/nounclassguide.html
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[English Word] their
[Swahili Word] chao
[Part of Speech] pronoun
[Derived Word] -ao, noun class 8
[English Example] their thing
[Swahili Example] kitu chao
[Note] See Swahili Noun Class Guide at www.yale.edu/swahili/nounclassguide.html
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[English Word] their
[Swahili Word] wao
[Part of Speech] pronoun
[Derived Word] -ao, noun classes 1,2,3,11/14
[English Example] their child
[Swahili Example] mtoto wao
[Note] See Swahili Noun Class Guide at www.yale.edu/swahili/nounclassguide.html
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[English Word] their
[Swahili Word] vyao
[Part of Speech] pronoun
[Derived Word] -ao, noun class 8
[English Example] their things
[Swahili Example] vitu vyao
[Note] See Swahili Noun Class Guide at www.yale.edu/swahili/nounclassguide.html
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[English Word] their
[Swahili Word] mwao
[Part of Speech] pronoun
[Derived Word] -ao, noun class 18
[Note] See Swahili Noun Class Guide at www.yale.edu/swahili/nounclassguide.html
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[English Word] their
[Swahili Word] pao
[Part of Speech] pronoun
[Derived Word] -ao, noun class 16
[Note] See Swahili Noun Class Guide at www.yale.edu/swahili/nounclassguide.html
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[English Word] their (place)
[Swahili Word] kwao
[Part of Speech] pronoun
[Derived Word] -ao, noun classes 15 and 17
[English Example] he is going back to their place
[Swahili Example] anarudi kwao
[Note] See Swahili Noun Class Guide at www.yale.edu/swahili/nounclassguide.html
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[English Word] their (sing)
[Swahili Word] -ake
[Part of Speech] pronoun
[Note] third person singular possessive pronoun See "his" or "her"
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English-Swahili dictionary. 2013.

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  • Their — Their, pron. & a. [OE. thair, fr. Icel. [thorn]eirra, [thorn]eira, of them, but properly gen. pl. of the definite article; akin to AS. [eth][=a]ra, [eth][=ae]ra, gen. pl. of the definite article, or fr. AS. [eth][=ae]ra, influenced by the… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • their — ► POSSESSIVE DETERMINER 1) belonging to or associated with the people or things previously mentioned or easily identified. 2) belonging to or associated with a person of unspecified sex (used in place of either ‘his’ or ‘his or her’). 3) (Their)… …   English terms dictionary

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  • their — their·selves; their; …   English syllables

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  • their */*/*/ — UK [ðeə(r)] / US [ðer] determiner Summary: Their is used as a possessive determiner (followed by a noun), being a possessive form of they. Get it right: their: Don t confuse their (the possessive form of they ) and there (a pronoun and adverb).… …   English dictionary

  • their — [[t]ðeə(r)[/t]] ♦ (Their is the third person plural possessive determiner.) 1) DET POSS You use their to indicate that something belongs or relates to the group of people, animals, or things that you are talking about. Janis and Kurt have… …   English dictionary

  • their — /dhair/; unstressed /dheuhr/, pron. 1. a form of the possessive case of they used as an attributive adjective, before a noun: their home; their rights as citizens; their departure for Rome. 2. (used after an indefinite singular antecedent in… …   Universalium

  • their — possessive determiner 1》 belonging to or associated with the people or things previously mentioned or easily identified. 2》 belonging to or associated with a person of unspecified sex (used in place of either ‘his’ or ‘his or her’). 3》 (Their)… …   English new terms dictionary

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