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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 chad, pro.everybody.
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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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beltik el reng, var.bltikerreng
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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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buch el sechal
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buchelsechelengeln.poss.3s
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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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charm el kiamo, var.kiamo
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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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chedebsungel el ked,
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bead tree.
chedebsungel el ked a ta er a bedengel a kerrekar.
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.Olkesongel el kldmokl ra cheluib ma lechub eng ulekngall.
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, conj.which; who; that (introduces various types of clauses); (appears between descriptive state verbs and the nouns that they describe).
el a olecholt e omeketakl er a tekeungel; omech a tekoi; ngii el chad a merael el mei, obengkel a omerael el mei.
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 kmo, v.i.be like that; be as follows.
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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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klemat el mengol, n.concubines brought as hostages.
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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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ko er a belsiochel el erabrukl, expr.all dressed up and ready to go [lit. decorated like a lobster].
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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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kot el ureor, n.Monday.
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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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mekngit el kar, n.illegal drugs.
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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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menga el, v.t.(do) again or continually; more (and more); even more; all the more.
menga el babii, expr.eat like a pig.
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mengubs el btuch, expr.shooting star.
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mengubs el redil, expr.lazy woman who steals someone else's ongraol.
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mera el chad, expr.adult; dependable person.
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mera el chad er a beluu, expr.legitimate resident; loyal citizen.
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mera el mellemau, expr.deep blue (of deep water).
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mera el tekoi, expr.things of value, worthwhile thing, deed, etc.
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merael el diluches, expr.(wind) is turning northerly.
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merael el dimes, expr.(wind) is turning southerly.
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merael el eabed, expr.low, fast-moving clouds.
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merael el mo, expr.becoming; on the way towards (being).
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merau el buil, expr.favorable months for ceremonious events (= odd number months).
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merechorech el btuch, expr.shooting star.
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merechorech el mekemad, expr.small war or incident in which group of warriors sneaks into rival village; decapitates someone and returns home with head.
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meringet a bad el mesil, expr.rock-crushing machine.
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meringet a deb el mesil, expr.sugarcane-crushing machine.
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mesako el ngal, expr.(crowd look like) swarm of termites.
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mesikt el btuch, expr.constellation of stars; the Pleiades.
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mildu el basio, expr.the said or planned place.
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mildu el sils, expr.the said or planned day.
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mimokl a usekerel el chad, expr.person who is easy to coax or flatter; person who is flexible or generous.
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mo ungil el smecher, expr.get better (from illness).
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mui el, expr.(do, etc.) fully or completely.
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ng diak a ta el chad, var.ngdiak a tal chad
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ng diak a ta el chad, var.ng diak a tal chad
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ng mla me mo el klebesei, expr.the days gone by; past.
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ngalek el redil, expr.daughter.
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ngalek el sechal, expr.son.
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ngar er a bab el chad, expr.one's superior; wealthy/well-to-do person.
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ngelekek el tolechoi, expr.my baby.
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ngellitel el chad, expr.person chosen specifically because of particular skills, qualities etc.; consultant; specialist.
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ngii di el, pro.any.
ngii di el tang, expr.either one; anything.
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Ngii el teblong., expr.Both.
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ngikel el balech, expr.fish caught with a spear-gun.
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ngikel el bub, expr.fish caught with a trap.
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ngikel el dub, expr.fish caught/killed with a bomb.
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ngikel el kerreel, expr.fish caught with a line.
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ngikel el kesokes, expr.fish caught with long net.
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ngikel el ngoaol, expr.deep sea fish.
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nguu el mei, expr.bring.
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nguu el mong, expr.take.
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oderchelel el bilis, expr.(his) messenger-dog.
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odimek el babii, expr.my pork.
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oika el kekerei, expr.rather small.
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oika el kiklou, expr.rather large.
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oikab el kekerei, expr.rather small.
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oikab el kiklou, expr.rather large.
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olechelubel el sob, expr.bath soap.
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olik el tungch, expr.black trigger fish.
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olsiich a tekoi (el ousbech er a), expr.swear (on).
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oltut el charm, expr.mammal
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omekall a chat el bilas, expr.steamship/boat that gives off smoke.
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omekrur el oeacher, expr.broken shoes which embarrass wearer.
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omerrous el kmo, expr.dream that.
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omerrous el ua se, expr.dream that.
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ometochel el miich, expr.place for pounding nuts of tropical almond.
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ometochel el sang, expr.place for pounding shellfish.
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omoket el btuch, expr.comet.
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ongeai el buil, n.August.
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ongeai el skuul, n.eighth grade; eight grader.
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ongede el buil, expr.March.
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ongede el skuul, expr.third grade; third grader.
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ongede el ureor, expr.Wednesday.
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ongeim el buil, n.May.
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ongeim el skuul, n.fifth grade; fifth grader.
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ongeim el ureor, n.Friday.
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ongelolem el buil, n.June.
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ongelolem el skuul, n.sixth grade; sixth grader.
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ongeru el beluulechad, expr."Second World" (in Palauan legend, world of earth originated by Miladeldil).
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ongeru el buil, expr.February.
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ongeru el skuul, expr.second grade(r).
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ongeru el ureor, expr.Tuesday.
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ongeteruich el buil, expr.October.
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ongeteruich el skuul, expr.tenth grade; tenth grader.
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ongeteruich me a ongeru el buil, expr.December.
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ongeteruich me a ta el buil, expr.November.
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ongetiu el buil, expr.September.
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ongetiu el skuul, expr.ninth grade; ninth grader.
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ongeua el buil, expr.April.
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ongeua el skuul, expr.fourth grade; fourth grader.
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ongeua el ureor, expr.Thursday.
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ongeuid el buil, expr.July.
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ongeuid el skuul, expr.seventh grade; seventh grader.
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ongulek el kukau, expr.my taro (for eating).
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osisiu el taem, expr.(at) the same time.
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otechakl el mo er a Toki, expr.accusation directed at Toki.
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oumesingd el, expr.almost always do; spend majority of time doing.
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outeliil el bar, expr.sleeping partner.
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rael el beluu, n.person without a fixed residence.
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rasechebeab el chad, expr.cruel; heartless; ungrateful person.
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rebetok el chad, expr.many people.
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rebetok el chad, expr.many people.
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rebetok el sensei, expr.many teachers.
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redil el bambuu, expr.bamboo pole holding redil el kerrikr.
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redil el chemang,
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female crab.
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redil el kerrikr, expr.concave joint of sail into which hooked joint fits.
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redil el omuked, expr.a nosy woman (always showing too much curiosity about other people's affairs).
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rekung el beab,
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land crab.
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rekung el beluu,
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small land crab.
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rekung el daob,
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sea crab.
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rokui el taem, expr.all the time; always.
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rruu el klalo, expr.something found and kept.
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se el, conj.when (in the future); whenever.
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se el lobutek a medak, expr.when I pass away.
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se el ririid el sandei, expr.the week before last.
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se el sekum, conj.if (used in negative sentences).
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se el soam, expr.whatever you want; it's up to you.
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se el tebel, expr.that table (over there).
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sechal el bambuu, expr.bamboo pole holding sechal el kerrikr.
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sechal el chemang,
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male crab.
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sechal el kerrikr, expr.hooked joint of sail which fits into concave joints.
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sechal el malk, expr.rooster.
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sechelei el ngalek, expr.oldster who likes to play with/talk to children.
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secherel a omenga el kiande, expr.stomach ache from eating too much candy; cavity.
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seinendang el redil, expr.girls' club.
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seinendang el sechal, expr.boys' club.
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sekkak el meiyou went to all the trouble to come here
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sekoakl el iaur, expr.inhabitants of Angaur (thought to be impulsive).
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sese el kall, expr.a little food; not enough food.
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sese el udoud, expr.a little money; not enough money.
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sis el eanged, expr.ti plant.
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sis el ulaol, n.Tradional ceremony following a death in which a sis (the plant, with its leaves), is placed on the middle of the floor. Spirits are called to find out the cause of death. It was practiced long time ago, but is no longer a practice today. It is performed four days after burying a person. The sis plant is placed on the middle of the floor where the deceased was laid during the funeral. Then a person who knows how to conduct the ceremony would call on the spirits. When the spirits are ready, each person circling the sis would say something that could have caused the death. When a person actually mentions the actual cause of death, the sis would elevate on its own and shake (or dance). If the cause of death was the doing of a spirit, then the families are made aware so they can do things to appeal to or appease the spirit so that further death to the family by the spirit is stopped. That is basically the only reason for this practice (to see if spirits are involved in the cause of death so the family can act to stop it from further happening to their members). The actual ceremony is not practiced nowadays, but some clans and families continue to prepare small feasts on that fourth day after the funeral then the people (especially "mechas") who were part of the "mengiung" can now go back home. Some still call this day "sis el ulaol" but some intentionally ignore to call it that because it is believed the actual "sis el ulaol ceremony" involves invoking evil spirits that makes the sis float and dance when the right cause of death is mentioned.
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smiich el bekerkard, expr.dark red.
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sochera er a omelim el rrom, expr.becoming an alcoholic.
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suebek el charm, expr.bird.
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suebek el dial, expr.airplane.
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suebek el diall, expr.airplane.
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ta el buil, expr.one month.
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ta el buil er mla me e mong, expr.one month ago.
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ta el chad, expr.one person; (persons) having same mother or father; (persons) of same blood.
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ta el mang, expr.ten thousand.
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ta el oach me a tedbard, expr.one foot length plus the width of the other foot.
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ta el rak, expr.one year.
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ta el sikang, expr.one hour.
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ta el sils, expr.one day.
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ta el suk, expr.one quantity or portion.
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ta el telael, expr.one thousand.
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tab el buil, expr.new moon.
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tab el uach, var.tabeluach
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tacher el uel, expr.ten turtles.
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teai el ekebil, expr.eight girls.
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teblo el blai, expr.two houses.
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teblo el mak, expr.one dollar.
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techellel a Droteo el mo er a Merikel, expr.Droteo's opportunity to go to America.
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tede el buik, expr.three boys.
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tedeb el taem, expr.a short while.
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teim el chad, expr.five people.
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tekoi el beluu, expr.decision of the community.
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tekoi el buai, n.decision of the general public.
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tekoi el chei, var.tekoi er a chei
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tekoi el chelid, expr.supernatural event.
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tekoi el dil, expr.woman's work or affaires.
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tekoi el saik, expr.something done out of laziness.
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tekoi el sechal, expr.man's work/affairs.
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teletoech el mad, expr.disrespect; insolence.
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telia el sils, expr.late afternoon (when reference made during the morning hours).
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telkib el betok , expr.a bit too much.
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telkib el kekesai , expr.just barely not enough.
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telkib el kesai , expr.not enough.
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telkib el taem , expr.a short while; a short time.
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telolem el ngalek, expr.six children.
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teru el chad, expr.two people.
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teruich el chad, expr.ten people.
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teruich el klok, expr.ten o'clock.
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teruich el mang, expr.one hundred thousand.
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teruich el uid, num.10 [ten] (bunch of bananas).
tetiu el chad, expr.nine people.
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teua el sensei, expr.four teachers.
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teuid el ngalek, expr.seven children.
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tia el hong, expr.this book.
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tia el me el buil, expr.next month.
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tia el mlo merek el buil, expr.last month.
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tia el ririid el sandei, expr.last week.
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tilecha el hong, expr.that book (near you).
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tirilecha el chad, expr.those people (near you).
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tuchelbakl el mo er a eou, expr.dive down (into the water).
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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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ududek el lluich el kluk, expr.my twenty dollars.
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uel el chad, n.persistent person.
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uel el chad, expr.man who reaches sexual climax slowly.
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ulat el eabed, expr.high, stationary clouds.
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ulis el songerenger, expr.extremely hungry.
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ullemachel el beab, expr.small mouse; field mouse.
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ultebechel el tekoi, expr.confirmed matter.
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ungia el tutau, expr.early morning shortly after dawn.
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ungil el chodochosong, expr.good afternoon.
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ungil el chodochosong , expr.good late morning (at a time approaching noon).
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ungil el iit a sils, expr.good (early) afternoon.
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ungil el kebesengei, expr.good evening.
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ungil el klebesei, expr.festive occasion.
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ungil el llechukl, expr.well-written.
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ungil el sueleb, expr.good noon.
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ungil el tutau, expr.good morning.
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ureor el beluu, n.community improvement project in which all residents are expected to participate either in labor or food contributions for the laborers.
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uriul el omengiit, expr.Last Sacrament.
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urrekerek el uasech, expr.very thick gravy from fish stew, boiled for a long time and put up as preserves.
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