melakl, v.t.bury; hide (something) under; suffer death of spouse.
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dilekliiv.pf.3s.past
dmaklv.pf.3p.inan.
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dekullv.a.s.is to be buried.
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delaklv.r.s.buried.
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delekullv.r.s.buried.
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doklangv.inch.
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kedaklv.recip.one spouse suffers the death of the other.
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medaklv.erg.
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melakl el dilexpr.widow.
melakl el sechalexpr.widower.
See also: , , ,
Examples:
> Toki has been widowed.
Proverbs:
> Eating like laib-while eating, burying.
The laib, a bird with a long, white tail, according to lore eats ripe fruit in season, as other birds do, but also gathers scraps dropped by other birds and buries them. When other birds are hungry, the laib will dig up the scraps and eat them. Hence, one should plan ahead for lean times.

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