Datapoint Batavia Creole/Marking of pronominal possessors

There are several examples of a linking element following the possessor, as in vose sua 'your (sg.)', nosotër sua 'our' or ilotër sua 'their', which synchronically has to be treated as a postposition.
Etymologically, sua goes back to Portuguese, where it corresponds to the feminine adnominal possessor of the 3rd person singular ('her').

Values

Adpositional phrase preceding the possessum Frequency: 70.0%

Example 43-42:
Eo teng vose sua sirbidor.
Eo
1sg
teng
cop
vose
2sg
sua
poss
sirbidor.
servant
I am your servant.

Source: Maurer 2011: 30

Confidence:
Very certain

Preceding word Frequency: 30.0%

Example 43-41:
Eo lo trusi bos garganti.
Eo
I
lo
fut
trusi
wring
bos
poss.2sg
garganti.
neck
I will wring your neck.

Source: Maurer 2011: 30

Confidence:
Very certain