Our is the first person plural possessive determiner.
1 det You use our to indicate that something belongs or relates both to yourself and to one or more other people.
We're expecting our first baby..., I locked myself out of our apartment and had to break in...
2 det A speaker or writer sometimes uses our to indicate that something belongs or relates to people in general. We are all entirely responsible for our actions, and for our reactions.
Some Christians, especially Catholics, refer to Mary, the mother of Jesus Christ, as Our Lady. n-proper
Will you pray to Our Lady for me?
Christians refer to Jesus Christ as Our Lord. n-proper
Let us remember the words of Our Lord from the gospel of Mark.
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