ilumel, n.a.s.drink; beverage.
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ilumel er a partyexpr.party drink.
imelem el kohiexpr.your drink or cup of coffee.
See also: , ,
Examples:
> I'm bringing drinks to the party.
> We have plenty of drinks.
More Examples:
> John, you've poured my drink so full that I will not be able to drink it all.
> Buy us beer before we faint.
> We use cups to drink.
> Can I give you my money for beer when you go to the store?
> My drink is to sweet
ralm
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, n.fresh water; level (carpenter's tool); easy or simple matter.
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ralmchulln.rainwater.
chedaol el ralmexpr.holy water.
imelek el ralmexpr.my drink of water.
See also: , , ,
Examples:
> the bad sewer water that came out on Wednesday and Thursday of last week
> The drum is half-full of water.
> Cold water is bad for me.
> Water is free (lit., doesn't need to be bought) (so why don't you take a shower?).
> I'm too tired to come back to the house to get the water.
Proverbs:
> Estuary water
Water of the estuary (toach) is mixed sea and fresh water, therefore neither. Hence a person who is indecisive
> Firebrand politics extinguished with water.
In a sense this is a response to "Fire brand politics," but it appears to be a fully developed technique none the less. It involves responding to anger with quiet calm and kind words. If it has a character of its own it would be called compromise. Buying the opponent off is approved. J. Useem names this strategy, but was perhaps unaware of the wider significance, For him the phrase pertained to "a small time official who use his authority for his own benefit but shrewdly avoids being detected by superiors." I think that most Palauan political leaders would agree that any political tactitian,knowingly using the strategy of his training, would expect to accomplish as much.
> A male child, though small, is yet like a small barracuda that braces against the flowing stream.
The small barracuda (mersaod, a small ai) can be seen bracing, without apparent motion, against the stream, usually where fresh water flows into the lagoon, or where tide water runs off the reef, until suddenly it dashes into the stream to grab a small fish. Then it retreats once more to its place of watchfulness. This watchful, quiet, reserved, almost crafty approach to life is much admired, and parents will encourage their male children with this saying.
> A thing of water.
Soft or easy, like water. "It is easy."
> Water is without cost.
Palauans bathe frequently; many will not miss a daily bath if at all possible. Bathing places are usually widened areas, natural or artificial (some elaborately paved with stone) in fresh-water streams. The phrase simply reminds another, probably a reluctant child, that he should bathe.
More Examples:
> I'm drinking water
> Can you give me some water?
> I'll have water.
> Wait for the water to boil and then put in the tapioca.
> I went to the well to get water and I slipped and sprained my right foot.

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