What is the difference between jevi and aōha?? They both mean "your".
"You", in most languages, tends to come in two forms, singular and plural. "jeva" is plural you, "aōha" singular.
Does the word your agree with the possessor or the object they possess?
[Don't know if I phrased that right but whatever]
The first part (in this case "Ñuh-" and "jev-") refers to the possessor, while the endings ("-yz" and "-ī") agree in gender/case with the possessee.