This is a possessive paradigm for the dependent animate noun aaáhs ‘elder relation’, as produced by Beverly Little Bear Hungry Wolf in July and August 2017. If you hover over a Blackfoot word, a pronunciation guide will be available. Pronunciation guides are provided by Beverly Little Bear Hungry Wolf (received in Jul-Aug 2017).

This is the possessive paradigm for aaáhs with a singular possessed object, i.e. ‘grandfather or grandmother’:

Possessive paradigm for ‘elder relation’
  Blackfoot word English Person
Sound naaáhsa ‘My grandparent’ 1SG
Sound kaaáhsa ‘Your (singular) grandparent’ 2SG
Sound maaáhsi ‘His/her grandparent’ 3SG
Sound naaáhsinnaana ‘Our (not including you) grandparent’ 1PL
Sound kaaáhsinnoona ‘Our (including you) grandparent’ 21
Sound kaaáhsoaawa(wa) ‘Your (plural) grandparent’ 2PL
Sound maaáhsoaawa(wa) ‘Their grandparent’ 3PL

This is the possessive paradigm for aaáhs with a plural possessed object, i.e. ‘grandparents’:

Possessive paradigm for ‘elder relations’
  Blackfoot word English Person
Sound naaáhsiksi ‘My grandparents’ 1SG
Sound kaaáhsiksi ‘Your (singular) grandparents’ 2SG
Sound maaáhsiksi ‘His or her grandparents’ 3SG
Sound naaáhsinnaaniksi ‘Our (not including you) grandparents’ 1PL
Sound kaaáhsinnooniksi ‘Our (including you) grandparents’ 21
Sound kaaáhsoaawaiksi ‘Your (plural) grandparents’ 2PL
Sound maaáhsoaawaiksi ‘Their grandparents’ 3PL