el, conj.which; who; that (introduces various types of clauses); (appears between descriptive state verbs and the nouns that they describe).
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sekkak el meiyou went to all the trouble to come here
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Ngii el teblong., expr.Both.
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Ucherkemul el bebael, expr.legendary chief of Ngeaur.
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Ucherkemul el chai, expr.one of legendary chiefs of Ngeaur.
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Ucherkemul el chedeng, expr.one of legendary chiefs of Ngeaur.
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Ucherkemul el reked, expr.one of legendary chiefs of Ngeaur.
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Ucherkemul el ulebangel, expr.legendary chief of Ngeaur.
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aika el hong, expr.these books.
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aike el kahol, expr.those boxes (over there).
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ailech el klalo, expr.those things (near you).
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ailei el hong, expr.these books (near me).
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bad el chei, expr.porous stone in sea.
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bad el cheled,
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crab (which lives on reef).
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bad el chelid, expr.type of trepang (colored like coral).
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bad el kerrekar, expr.crossbeams supporting floor of bai (including bad el umad).
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bad el uel, expr.sound asleep.
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bad el umad, expr.crossbeams supporting floor at ends of bai.
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bechek el dil, expr.woman's title.
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beches el desomel, expr.newly married woman; bride.
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beches el ears, expr.recent immigrants to village.
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beches el ouchais, expr.tell the truth; be frank; be direct.
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beches el rak, expr.poinsettia.
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beches el ralm, expr.clean/pure water.
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bek el bedengel, expr.all kinds/sorts of; assorted.
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bek el buil, expr.every month.
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bek el sils, expr.every day.
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bek el tutau, expr.every morning.
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bekerkard el sausab, expr.heart (in cards).
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bekerkard el udoud, expr.penny.
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beketaut el tekoi, expr.words which are right to the point.
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bekiit el tekoi, expr.words which are irrelevant or not to the point.
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belkul tia el ongdibel, expr.purpose of this gathering.
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benged el mekemad, expr.full-scale war between villages.
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billum el brak, expr.wrapped and grated (large) taro.
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bita el chebaod, expr.other side (of).
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bita el oach, expr.one of two divisions of village or clan.
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blangl el tuangel, expr.window.
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bleob el chaus, expr.statue.
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blolobel el mengol , expr.institutionalized concubines.
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bluu el dang, expr.center of house.
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bub el dech, expr.fishtrap with narrow opening designed especially to catch dech (=goatfish).
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bung el kelau,
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type of flower from the Geiger tree.
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chad el ngais, expr.developing egg (of bird).
chad er a ta el renged, expr.members of the same religious group; inhabitants of hamlets belonging to same municipality.
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chebecheb el redil, expr.woman with hard-to-reach vagina.
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chebirukel el chad, expr.unfair or deceptive person.
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chebirukel el oldasu, expr.irrelevant thought.
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chebirukel el tekoi, expr.false or deceptive speech or matter.
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ched el chei, expr.(normal) low tide.
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ched el kebesengei, expr.low tide at night.
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ched el keriik, expr.rising tide (in morning).
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ched el tuich, expr.tide suitable for night fishing with torch.
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ched el tutau, expr.low tide in the morning.
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chedaol el ralm, expr.holy water.
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chedelekelek el chad, expr.person of African descent.
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chedelekelek el sausab, expr.spade (in cards).
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chedil a tab el buil, expr.apogee tide on first day of new moon.
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cheldik el ngikel, expr.the fish I've caught.
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cheleched el chad, expr.ambidextrous person.
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cheliliik el ked, expr.parched hillside.
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chelius el techull, expr.
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chelliloil el bail, expr.long dress.
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chelliloil el blauang, expr.whole loaf of bread.
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chelsureor el miich, expr.caramelized almonds.
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cheme el omtok er a ngesachel, expr.do something which will backfire on oneself or have unpleasant consequences (literally; defecate against slope (so that excrement slides back down)).
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chemechemuul el oles, expr.pocket knife; pen knife.
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chemelek el buuch, expr.my betel nut (for chewing).
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chemelem el dekool, expr.your cigarettes (for smoking).
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cheririich el chesbreber, expr.brown paint.
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chermek el bilis, expr.my (pet) dog.
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chermek el katuu, expr.my pet cat.
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chermem el katuu, expr.your (pet) cat.
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cheroid el beluu, expr.foreign country; far-away land; abroad.
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chesekl el ked, expr.dried out bamboo.
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chetitau el dil, expr.pretty girl.
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chiltel a mekngit el rakt, expr.oil to prevent disease caused by evil spirits.
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chimo el babier, expr.one letter.
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chimo el mak, expr.fifty cents.
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chimo el malk, expr.one chicken.
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chuodel el klalo, expr.old things.
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dart el kluk, expr.one hundred dollars.
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delal el mechas, expr.(someone's) grandmother.
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delebechel el ngikel, expr.school of fish.
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deleboes el delengerenger, expr.sexual desire; lust.
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delechel a tab el buil, expr.perigee tide on first day of new moon.
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delemelek el diokang, expr.my tapioca plant (set aside for planting.
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delemumuu el blai, expr.incestuous household.
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delenguul el blai, expr.group of related people committing incest.
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delibechebeab el rael, expr.rough path used as a short cut.
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dellemelek el diokang, expr.my tapioca plant.
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dellemelem el tuu, expr.your banana plant.
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demal el rubak, expr.(someone's) grandfather.
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dengerenger el busech, expr.feathers of chicken under wing (whose removal is considered necessary in taming chicken).
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derrau el ngikel, expr.fish caught with hand net.
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derta el, expr.one each.
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diak el klalo, expr.useless thing; coward.
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dmu el kmo, expr.say that.
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dmu el uai se, expr.say that.
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eai el buil, expr.eight months.
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ede el dart, expr.three hundreds.
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ede el klebesei, expr.three nights.
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ede el telael, expr.three thousand.
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el di mle ngii, expr.all by himself; on his own.
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el di ngak el tang, expr.alone; by myself.
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el di ta temetemir, expr.in one stroke or blow; all at once.
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el kirel a, expr.about; concerning; for (someone's) benefit.
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el mo, expr.until.
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el mo cherechar, expr.forever.
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el mo el mong, expr.(do something) in a continuous fashion; go on or keep on (doing something).
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el mo er a chiliuades, expr.forever; eternally.
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el mo er a emel, expr.in the direction of land.
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el mo er a ikrel, expr.in the direction beyond the reef.
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el mo er a medad, expr.in the future.
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el mo lmuut er a, expr.going all the way to.
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el okiu a cheldecheduch , expr.according to the story.
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el okiu a ngeso , expr.with the help of.
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el rokir, expr.all of it.
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el rokui, expr.all of them.
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el telkib , expr.for a while.
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el terung, expr.both; each.
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elecha el buil, expr.this month.
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elecha el kesus, expr.this evening (when it is evening at time of utterance).
elecha el me el buil, expr.next month.
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elecha el mong, expr.from now on.
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elecha el sils, expr.today; today's weather.
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elolem el rak, expr.six years.
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er a bek el klebesei, expr.every day; daily.
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er a ede el klok me a tedobech, expr.at three thirty.
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er a elecha el taem, expr.these days.
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er a elecha el tutau, expr.this morning.
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er a eru el klok, expr.at two o'clock.
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er a euid el kebesengil a elecha el buil, expr.on the 7th of this month.
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er a rokui el taem, expr.always; all the time.
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er a ta el klok, expr.at one o'clock.
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er a teruich me a eru el klok er a klebesei, expr.at twelve midnight.
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er a teruich me a eua el kebesengil a ongeru el buil, expr.on the 14th of February.
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er se el me el rak, expr.the year after next.
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er se el me el sandei, expr.the week after next.
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er se el mlo merek el rak, expr.the year before last.
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er se el mlo merek el sandei, expr.the week before last.
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er tia el me el rak, expr.next year.
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er tia el me el sandei, expr.next week.
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er tia el mlo merek el rak, expr.last year.
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er tia el mlo merek el sandei, expr.last week.
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eru el dart, expr.two hundreds.
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eru el mang, expr.twenty thousand.
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eru el sikang, expr.two hours.
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eru el sikang , expr.two hours.
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eru el sils , expr.two days.
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eru el telael, expr.two thousand.
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etiu el rak, expr.nine years.
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eua el buil, expr.four months.
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euid el klok, expr.seven o'clock.
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ilild el bobai, expr.(person) with pale skin.
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imelek el ralm, expr.my drink of water.
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imelem el kohi, expr.your drink or cup of coffee.
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imis el chetngaid, expr.too thin; extremely thin.
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kebelu el chad, expr.fool; idiot.
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kebtot el bai, expr.twin bai; two bais adjacent to each other.
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kedeb el tekoi, expr.abbreviation.
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kekere el blai, expr.toilet.
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kekere el delach, expr.small intestine.
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kelek el udong, expr.my noodles.
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kelem el tuu, expr.your banana.
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kerengimes el ked, expr.reed which grows on hillsides.
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kerisebsub el chui, expr.curly hair.
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kesai el malk, expr.a bit of chicken.
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klde el hong, expr.three books.
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klde el mak, expr.one dollar and fifty cents.
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kldekudel el mo er a Dios, expr.fear of God; respect for the Lord.
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kleai el malk, expr.eight chickens.
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kleim el kluk, expr.five dollars.
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kleuid el kahol, expr.seven boxes.
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kliungek el tuu, expr.my banana (for dessert).
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kllel el chebiei, expr.his/her solar plexus.
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kllolem el lius, expr.six coconuts.
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kloa el ringngo, expr.four apples.
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klou el chad, expr.adult.
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klou el delach, expr.large intestine.
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klou el dolech, expr.(normal) high tide.
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kltiu el kluk, expr.nine dollars.
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kmes a usekerel el chad, expr.person who is hard to coax or flatter; person who is firm or straight-laced.
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ko el tang, expr.the very first time; the first time after a long while.
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kobengodel el ngesachel, expr.extremely steep ascent (requiring vertical climbing).
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kot el beluulechad, expr."First World" (in Palauan legend, world of sea originated by Latmikaik).
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kot el buil, expr.January.
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kot el omengiit, expr.First Sacrament.
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kot el skuul, expr.first grade; first grader.
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llechukl el tekoi, expr.written language.
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lliich el lius, expr.cut strips of coconut meat.
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lmuut el, expr.even more.
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loia a rurt el rubak, expr.half-walk and half-run; walk (like an old man) with a determined gait.
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mad el blekeu, expr.expression feigning courage.
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mad el chur, expr.laughing or smiling face.
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mad el dakt, expr.expression of fear; face showing fear.
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mad el dubech, expr.coconut which falls onto frond and begins to sprout there (but soon dies).
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mad el kekerei, expr.expression of a child.
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mad el klikmechur, expr.smiling face.
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mad el labek, expr.expression feigning knowledge of something; (calculated) knowing look that makes others suspicious.
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mad el langel, expr.crying face; tearful expression.
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mad el ngalek, expr.expression of a child.
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mad el olengamech, expr.seductive look.
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mad el rur, expr.expression feigning shame or shyness.
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mad el tmuil, expr.looking for or expecting someone to come.
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meang el chad, expr.strange looking person.
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meang el chais, expr.fantastic news.
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meang el tekoi, expr.miraculous event.
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mechut el ears, expr.early immigrants to a village.
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medai el buil, expr.unfavorable months for ceremonious events (even numbered months).
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meduch el buuch, expr.kidney.
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meduch el mengang, expr.be a glutton.
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mekerisebsub el chui, expr.curly hair.
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mekerokl el mekiis, expr.get up or wake up suddenly.
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mekerokl el remurt, expr.run (away) suddenly.
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mekesengam el chui, expr.straight hair.
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melai a ngar er a emel el tekoi, expr.try to find something out indirectly; try to find out what is really behind the situation.
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melakl el dil, expr.widow.
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melakl el sechal, expr.widower.
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melchesech el keriik, expr.fast incoming tide. (the tide is very quickly "stuffing" the ocean into the reef).
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melechelbakl el diall, expr.submarine.
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melitai el daob, expr.rolling waves; high surf.
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mellemau el ua daob , expr.bluish green; azure.
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mellemau el ua llel a lius , expr.green.
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