Note that there may be dialect divergencies, but these account for most of the Khalani possessives. It is worth mentioning that there are also left-overs of a very ancient honorific possessive system that used to also indicate the power relationship between speaker and possessor.
You may note that these are used very frequently in greetings, so we have
En tar-o Adun!
for Adun's (masc.) name
but we also have
En harud-im Raszagal
for the memory of (fem.) Raszagal
This is composed of harud memory and the suffix -im for the 3rd person feminine, thus "her memory". Note that -im can either be the 3rd person singular feminine or the common 3rd person plural. It is common for groups of people to use the 3rd person plural suffix as a kind of title, kind of how it is used in "Your Majesty" and such constructions.
The Dark Templars
The Forged (ones)
This is common practice and you will see it pretty oftenly.
Well, this is all for today! If you have any doubts just comment!