, v.s.redup.small; young; (eyes) slit; (so) crowded (as to appear smaller).
kekerei a diak leklou; Bung a kekerei er a Chesuch.
kekeremusv.s.very small; tiny.
kekeremus a kmal kekerei; kekeremus el ngalek; tetengemud. kekerengel; kekerengel a omengkar er ngii; mengkar er a bangk.
/mekerei; young; (eyes) slit; (so) crowded.
mekekerei a kekeriei; bilas a mekekerei er a diall; diak le meklou.
mekekeriei a mekekerei.
kekere a rengulexpr.uncomfortable; impatient.
kekere el blaiexpr.toilet.
See also: ,
> 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.
> Small, but a man
One physically small, or a child, who does the work of a strong man.
More Examples:
> I need to buy new clothes because my clothes are already small.

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