, n.
ngikel a charm er daob me a ralm el kall; temekai me a meas a ngikel.
ngkeleln.poss.3sngkelel a cheldil el ngikel.
bekengikelv.s.smell of fish.
bekengikel a bau el bul a ngikel; bengud.
chad e ngikelexpr.half-human and half-fish; mermaid.
ngikel el caught/killed with a bomb.
olsengel a ngikelexpr.small sharp fin near tail of certain fish.
See also:
> The skillful fisherman speared 20 fish in the head.
> Fish from Ngerechelong have/leave a very strong odor.
> I'm eatin a piece of fish.
> I've eaten tapioca, fish and crab.
> There's no more fish.
> Like a fish in deep, clear water, eaten only with the eyes.
Fish are not easily caught in clear water. The idiom applies to that which may be admired but not obtained, like an expensive item or another man's beautiful sweetheart.
More Examples:
> We went to buy fish at the market.
> The fish scales are good fertilizer.
> Be careful descaling the fish so that you don't get hurt from its spikes.
> I fried some fish and chicken for dinner tonight.
> We use fish scale to scale fish

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