1 n Blanket.
Also kapa moe. Kapa uila. Electric blanket. Kapa huluhulu. Heavy or woolen blanket. Also huluhulu. Kapa kuiki. Quilt.
why is kapa moe an ʻoʻ word? that implies that it is yours when you are born and you cannot change it?
It's a thing you can "wear" or be under, hence O.
should: "ke kapa moe o'u", be accepted?
I thought I had just learned that an inanimate object would be ka’u not ko’u. Having difficulty with the rules on this. I’ve watched Kawika Oiwa 11. In this example it seems to accept both.
If it's something you can be in, on, under, etc - it's O class. Transportation (cars, tractors, horses). You are IN your clothes, UNDER a blanket, IN your house, ON a chair, and so forth. Does that help?