Mau makes hae plural?
Yes, if you hover over mau, it lists (plural) as one of the definitions.
Mau can mean "all" so implicitly makes hae plural.
I wish DL wouldn't give the whole sentence when I click on a single word
It's really becoming an issue in this course.
Why kona and not kāna here? Flags seem to fit the "a" possessives not the "o" based on the description. Is this just an exception to remember? Or does kona give flags a figurative meaning, like nationality, which is "o"?
I hear: kona mau 'uhae.