chad, n.man; person; human being; living being; someone; somebody; anyone; anybody.
chad a rokui el diak lulekoad el klaol; chad el dait; chad el babii; chad el ngikel; chad el lius. chad a sechal, dil, redil, ngalek, chad er a Belau, chad er a Merikel.
chedakn.poss.1s
chedamn.poss.2syour (singular) relative.
chedaln.poss.3shis or her person or relative.
chedal a kmeed er ngii el chad, kauchad, Calista a chedal a Toni.
chedemamn.poss.1pe
chedadn.poss.1piour (inclusive) relative.
chedemiun.poss.2p
chederirn.poss.3p
chadv.s.alive; living.
chedengangv.s.inch.becoming alive; reviving.
chedengang a sobelang er a kodall mesisichang, dikea le mad.
chad er a daobexpr.person knowledgeable about the sea.
chad er a governmentexpr.government employee.
chad er a morosexpr.barbarian; cannibal.
chad er a rengexpr.considerate person.
chedal a chelidexpr.person having religion; believer.
chedal a ochilexpr.lap; upper thigh.
mo chadexpr.become alive; come to life.
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Examples:
> These people have already heard that you, Lord, are with us.
> Those people have helped that dog.
> The majority of those who are teachers at that school are Americans.
> I will call that person's cats.
> The skillful fisherman speared 20 fish in the head.
Proverbs:
> A person whose breechcloth is loose.
A poorly organized man, naive, openminded, generous, but not manly.
> Like the people of Ngerechelong, standing together on the base of the coconut tree.
The mound or hump that forms at the base of the coconut tree is said to represent the highest ranking village clan. The leader of that clan is spoken of as "standing on the mound." In the idiom, it is suggested that the people of Ngerechelong (northern Palau) would all like to be leaders-all standing on the mound at the same time. The idiom may be applied where too many people try to direct an operation; too many leaders.
> Like the man of Kayangel, who procured his gifts from Keso
The saying refers to a man from the atoll of Kayangel, some twenty miles north of the main islands of Palau, who, on his way south to visit friends, stopped at an intermediate reef, Kesol, to fish for a present for his host. Refers to a person who, en route to a visit, tries to borrow a present from another guest; any person who suddenly wants to borrow money.
> Disposing the group at Ngetkeuang.
The saying pertains to a situation that occurred at Ngetkeuang, a hamlet in Peleliu. Some members of a group about to sail north were already at the docks ready to board their canoes and set sail with a good strong wind from the south, slightly at an angle to the course they would follow and ideal for sailing. Impatient, the group at the dock finally left the remainder behind and the wind was so strong that they were soon well on their way. The phrase is applied to a wind that is strong, steady, and from the south, like a steady "tradewind"
> It's like taking a shower at Tellei's bath, when somebody takes a shower, you shiver from the cold.
Someone's actions makes you embarrassed.
More Examples:
> Who is the best baseball at this school?
> Teach your child to respect themselves so that they can respect others.
> What is the job of a janitor or custodian.
> Who is the best at pingpong at this school?
> The body will be at the morque.

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