punya

to have, to possess

Saya punya tiga orang anak (I have 3 children) ;

Apakah Anda punya mobil? (Do you have a car?).

But, in another context . . . when combined with a pronoun . . .

belonging

Buku itu punya saya.” (That book is mine)

punya saya = mine

punya Anda = yours

punya mereka = theirs

#vocabularyoftheweek #themeaningofpunya

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