"Who is the youngest of my beloved family?"
Translation:ʻO wai ka muli loa o kuʻu ʻohana?
I see. I missed it, mistaking it for ko'u. So "ku'u' would not be used for describing a candy bar.
kuʻu ʻohana = my beloved family
kuʻu = poss. my, mine (this form may replace both kaʻu and koʻu;
kinship terms and expresses affection.
Is there a reason why "ʻO wai ka muli loa o kuʻu ʻohana punahele?" is wrong? I gave that answer and it got marked wrong, but I do not understand why. Asking here because I don't know if it's a mistake in the course, or if there is something I don't know and it really should be wrong.