kiei
/kie
, v.t.live; reside; stay; remain; exist; sit; sit on.
kiei a kiung; dengchokl; diak lorael, kiei er a Belau.
koingerir
/kingerir
v.pf.3skoingerir a mengingar; dengchokl er ngii.
kilingerirv.pf.3s.past
koingar
/kingar
v.pf.3p.inan.koingar a mengingar; dengchokl er a bebul; mla koingar a dellomel.
kilingarv.pf.3p.inan.pastkilingar a mle klingar; kilngar, mlo dengchokl a bebul, koingerir, koingar a klalo.
kiengeiv.inch.begin to stay or live.
kilieiv.t.past
kilngarv.r.s.sat upon.
kilngar a koingar; kiliei er a bebul.
kingallv.a.s.is to be sat upon.
kiungv.pred.is about to sit.
kiung a kiei.
klingarv.r.s.
koieiv.inch.has (miraculously) survived.
koiei a kiei; diak el lorael, kiung.
kie a rengul expr.calm down; stop worrying.
See also: , ,
Examples:
> Toki is fed up with her husband, so she's living at her father's place.
> Droteo live downstairs.
> Go sit down!
> Droteo lives upstairs.
> John was sitting on the chair.
More Examples:
> Argh, You keep talking about what has already been resolved!
> There are 6 tables and 8 chairs.
meduu, n.male genitals (large).
meduu a chadngais; klekedall er a sechal, medual, medungel.
meduakn.poss.1s
meduamn.poss.2s
medualn.poss.3smale genitals.
medual a meduu er ngii.
medumamn.poss.1pe
meduadn.poss.1pi
medumiun.poss.2p
medurirn.poss.3p
meduuv.s.(testicles) swollen; (pig) having testicles/uncastrated.
meduu a chadngais; klekedall er a sechal, medual, medungel.
kie er a medualexpr.live or stay in wife's family's village.
medual a kambalangexpr.bell-clapper.
medual a klokexpr.pendulum.
medual a olebedabelexpr.hanging weight of scale.
Examples:
> Put the breadfruits in the pot.
> The bats are clamoring over the breadfruit.
Proverbs:
> A full basket was dropped in Ngeremeduu bay.
From the folk tale about Obak era Kedesau on his way to a feast being given in honor of his wife by her adoptive father. While crossing Ngeremeduu Bay between Ngatpang and Ngeremlengui, Obak dropped a basket of Palauan money overboard. Despite this terrible loss, he still had the courage and sufficient cash to carry off his visit in high style. The saying may be used to reassure someone, following a loss, reminding them that Obak era Kedesau recovered from an even greater loss.
More Examples:
> Taste the breadfruit.
> I feel like eating fish and breadfruit.
> Peel the skin off the breadfruit
> Cut the breadfruit into good size bite.
> Put the breadfruit in the pot.

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