merekui, v.t.finish (completely; entirely); consume; accomplish.
merekui a mochu merek; merekui er a urrereel a blai; kmedu el mo merek.
rokirv.pf.3srokir a merekui er ngii; churrengelii; beluu el rokir a mong.
rirekirv.pf.3s.past
rukuiv.pf.3p.inan.rukui a merekui; okngemed; mo merek; mla kma a kall el rukui e mo milil; rukui a urrerel.
rirekuiv.pf.3p.inan.past
merekong
/merkong
/merko
v.inch.is (just) finishing; at last; finally.
merkong a mla mo merek; rrekui, rekil a urreor.
merekui
/merkui
v.erg.
rekiaolv.a.s.is to be finished (completely).
rekiaol a kirel el merekui; urreor a di rekiaol kung; mochu merek.
rokirpro.all of it.
rokir a merekui er ngii; churrengelii; beluu el rokir a mong.
rrekuiv.r.s.finished (completely).
rrekui a mla merekui; blai a rrekui a urrerel; mla mo merek; rekil.
e ng di merkongexpr.unless.
el rokirexpr.all of it.
el rokuiexpr.all of them.
rokui el taemexpr.all the time; always.
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Examples:
> all the males in his household
> He is the key that opens all the hidden treasures of God's wisdom and knowledge.
> Due to the weather conditions and increasing hazardous surf, the National Emergency Office (NEMO) is issuing a Small Craft Warning for the entire Republic of Palau. Water conditions from outside the reef through all exposures are very rough at this time. Travel between Peleliu and Angaur, Kayangel and Ollei and/or outside the reefs are strictly prohibited. Small craft warning flags have been raised and the republic is requested to observe this warning. NEMO will continue to monitor these marine conditions and advise the public accordingly.
> He will do the same to everyone else whose land you invade.
> All those things you learned from your father won't work or won't be of any use.
Proverbs:
> Like the gods of Ngebukd, completed up above.
As part of the festivities of a village feast or in celebration of some event, such as the completion of a community hall, Palauan young people produce a variety of named dances. One type of dance, called ruk, was never conducted in Ngebukd (in Ngaraard, northern Palau). It was said that the gods of the village had done their dancing in heaven before coming to earth and thus it was not necessary for the people of Ngebukd to dance. The saying pertains to a completed task, indicating to another that the work need not be repeated.
More Examples:
> A librarian's job is to take care of all the books and documents in the library.
> The sum of all the money that was collected, I was able to buy my house.
> I only cook the food.
> Im scared of gossip. It ruins relationships.
> There are people who just know how to talk and thats about it.

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