one’s eye or eyes
Obligatorily possessed nouns do not have separate singular and plural (or collective) forms. So a word like sarÅÃ±a can mean either one or both eyes (or more if we’re talking about aliens with more than two eyes.)Â One can specify, by saying things like sarÅÃ±a tÄ“na for both eyes,Â sarÅÃ±a Än for one eye, sarÅÃ±a jahÅ«ta for right eye, and so on, but it is not obligatory.
In some dialects, plural forms do exist, so sarÅÃ±a would mean one or both eyes, and sarÅÃ±i would mean both eyes specifically. Standard KÄ“len does not use these plural forms.