- joue (archaic)
From earlier joue, from Dutch (de/het) jouwe. The -n- was interfixed in the hiatus on the model of the pronouns myne (“mine”) and syne (“his”), whose -n- is etymological, but which accord with the Afrikaans determiners my and sy (like joune with jou).
- yours; thine (that or those of you (singular))
- Hierdie is my hemp en daardie is joune.
- This is my shirt and that one is yours.
- Nonstandard form of .
- Mijn pen is leeg, kan ik de joune lenen?
- My pen is empty, can I borrow yours?
- Of a very low register; widely considered to be very incorrect.