ilad, n.r.s.pride.
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Proverbs:
> Title pride.
A title (dui, also "coconut leaf," which is sometimes used as the receptacle for a title pending the selection of a successor) is to be worn in humility, but a person who has just received a new title may sometimes be oppressively haughty or prideful.
melad, v.t.needle/coax (someone) to do something (esp. challing his ability to do it); make someone feel proud about (doing something); flatter; whet/sharpen (something) against stone.
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edengelterirv.pf.3p.human
ildengelterirv.pf.3p.human.past
edongelv.a.s.is to be coaxed into doing something; is to be flattered/whetted/sharpened; easily flattered.
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iladv.r.s.coaxed into doing something; flattered; whetted; sharpened.
meldeladv.t.redup.keep needling or coaxing (someone); keep flattering.
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Proverbs:
> Title pride.
A title (dui, also "coconut leaf," which is sometimes used as the receptacle for a title pending the selection of a successor) is to be worn in humility, but a person who has just received a new title may sometimes be oppressively haughty or prideful.

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