with whom (in whose possession, at whose place/s)
Na kanino is used in the same way as a Nasa phrase referring to a person.
A: Na kay Fred ang libro.
B: Na kanino ang libro?
A: Fred has the book.
Lit. The book is with Fred.
B: Who has the book?
Lit. The book is with whom?
A: Na kina Lola si John.
B: Na kanino si John?
A: John is at Lola’s.
B: Where (at whose place) is John?
See also: Nasa (p. 255)
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