buld, n.skin (of person, fruit, etc.); hide; rind; bark; shell.
budekn.poss.1s
budemn.poss.2s
budeln.poss.3sskin (of person, fruit, etc.); hide; rind; bark; shell.
budamn.poss.1pe
budedn.poss.1pi
budiun.poss.2p
budirn.poss.3p
budel a bedengelexpr.skin.
budel a daobexpr.surface of sea.
budel a ngaisexpr.eggshell.
rekdel a buldexpr.infection, or other sickness or irregularity, of the skin.
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Proverbs:
> Like a man circumcised, insufficient skin.
Circumcision seems to have been known in Palau prior to contact, perhaps through contact with the Philippines, but was not widely practiced. As in this context, it usually draws attention in the form of ridicule. The idiom applies to any circumstance in which there has been insufficient preparation or planning; a premature decision.
> Outside child.
A child of the outside is a commoner and is likely to be bashful in the presence of an elite person.
More Examples:
> Peel them.

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