mur, n.feast; banquet; ceremony; celebration.
mur a klou el blengur; deurreng, merengel a chebechiil, mur era klobak. Ngklel a klou el blengur ma ungil klebesei.
merengekn.poss.1s
merengemn.poss.2s
merengeln.poss.3smerengel a mur er ngii; meruul er a klou el blengur el semesemel a deleuill; oumur.
merengamn.poss.1pe
merengedn.poss.1pi
merengiun.poss.2p
merengirn.poss.3p
merengel a chebechiilexpr.marriage ceremony or feast.
Examples:
> This (event) is like the feast at Ngchesar, postponed until tomorrow, then the next day (and forever).
> I'm tying my spear (i.e. tying the metal point to the bamboo pole).
Proverbs:
> Like the feast at Ngchesar
Presumably, in the past the village of Ngchesar in central Palau tried and tried again to schedule a mur, the largest, villagewide feast conducted in Palau. But for various reasons the feast was forever postponed. The saying applies to the risk of procrastination.
> It's like the feast of Ngchesar, postoned till tomarrow, then the next, and forever.
You keep sayng tomorrow, tomorrow. You're lucky there's a tomorrow.
More Examples:
> John was facing towards his wife during the ceremony.
> I'm not really sure when the feast going to take place.
> The people who came to the feast are now all gone.
omur, v.t.boil before cooking; pre-cook; parboil; clean (food - especially, clams) by rinsing in hot water before actual cooking.
omur a teleu a rekel; omur a kim, breel a kim.
mrengiiv.pf.3s
mirrengiiv.pf.3s.past
murv.pf.3p.inan.mur a omur; melengoes el diak bo le lmarek, mur a kim, breel.
milurv.pf.3p.inan.past
blurv.r.s.boiled before cooking; precooked; parboiled; (food which justs) needs to be reheated (before eating).
blur a mla obur; teleu a sengosel, blur el kim, mreii, mur, omur a kim, breel.
breelv.a.s.breel a bur, omur, breel a kim.
oburv.erg.obur a blur; mreii, mur a kim; melengoes el teleu a rekel; diak le mark; bereel a kim.
Examples:
> This (event) is like the feast at Ngchesar, postponed until tomorrow, then the next day (and forever).
Proverbs:
> Like the feast at Ngchesar
Presumably, in the past the village of Ngchesar in central Palau tried and tried again to schedule a mur, the largest, villagewide feast conducted in Palau. But for various reasons the feast was forever postponed. The saying applies to the risk of procrastination.
> It's like the feast of Ngchesar, postoned till tomarrow, then the next, and forever.
You keep sayng tomorrow, tomorrow. You're lucky there's a tomorrow.
More Examples:
> I'm not really sure when the feast going to take place.
> The people who came to the feast are now all gone.
> John was facing towards his wife during the ceremony.

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