An example of a situation could be: you were taking your 3 young children to the zoo. Having fun in the zoo, your children were scattered in different parts of the zoo. The zookeeper informed you that the monkey show would begin shortly and advised that you "call and gather your children" to go to the show.
Can the -mu suffix here refer to a plural possessor, e.g. "kalian"?
I ask because I learned recently that the -nya suffix can refer to both singular and plural third-person possessors, i.e. dia and mereka.
And what about -ku? Can it ever refer to our or is it always strictly my?
Any other info about object/possessive suffixes it would be good to know?