dirk, mod.still.
Examples:
> I have assigned as the possession of your tribes the land of the nations that are still left, as well as of all the nations that I have already conquered.
> Your child is still sleeping.
> The old man is still alive.
> You are still lost in your sins.
> The sun is about to be high and you are still lying down?
Proverbs:
> It's like the first drop of feces of Ngiraidechiil.
i.e. the best or worst is yet to come. Ngiraidechiil had just assembled his fishing gear when he felt the urge to relieve himself. In the bush he started to do so when, with the first small drop of feces, a rat scooted under him and made off with it. He looked at the scurrying animal and called: "Wait, you, that was just the first drop, more and bigger ones will follow!" The resulting saying has to do with desirability of delayed rewards. It was used, for example, with reference to the first rations received from the military following World War II.
More Examples:
> My meat is too rare.
> The discussion was still ongoing and he left.
> Are those eggs uncooked or cooked?
> I was still reading it and he came and yanked it out of my hands.
dirk
/direk
, n.mirror.
direk a klalo el merirk; direkau; meskau a llechum el di ua ikau.
derkeln.poss.3s
See also:
Examples:
> It is still light out but he feels like going to sleep.
> You're still a newcomer around here, so watch your behavior.
> Your child is still sleeping.
> I have assigned as the possession of your tribes the land of the nations that are still left, as well as of all the nations that I have already conquered.
> You are still lost in your sins.
Proverbs:
> It's like the first drop of feces of Ngiraidechiil.
i.e. the best or worst is yet to come. Ngiraidechiil had just assembled his fishing gear when he felt the urge to relieve himself. In the bush he started to do so when, with the first small drop of feces, a rat scooted under him and made off with it. He looked at the scurrying animal and called: "Wait, you, that was just the first drop, more and bigger ones will follow!" The resulting saying has to do with desirability of delayed rewards. It was used, for example, with reference to the first rations received from the military following World War II.
More Examples:
> My meat is too rare.
> I was still reading it and he came and yanked it out of my hands.
> The discussion was still ongoing and he left.
> Are those eggs uncooked or cooked?

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