Choctaw edit

Prefix edit

oh- (before consonants ho-, imperative second-person plural)

  1. the subject of an imperative verb
    let you (all), do you (all), do ye
  2. (obsolete) used in place of ordinary pronominal suffixes in the communication between in-laws, especially a man and his mother-in-law
    Im ia lih. → Oh ia lih. (traditional spelling)
    I went with him.

Inflection edit