blai, n.house; household; family; members of family; enclosure; container.
blai a teleketek e cheldool le kiei er ngii a rechad; blai a osechelel a delengchokl.
blikn.poss.1s
blimn.poss.2s
bliln.poss.3sblil a blai el ngii a oublai er ngii.
blimamn.poss.1pe
blidn.poss.1piour (inclusive) house, household, etc.
blid a blai el kid a oublai er ngii.
blimiun.poss.2p
blirirn.poss.3p
babelblain.(a wealthy person's) house.
babelblai a blai el ilteet; meteetel.
blil a berasexpr.sack/container for rice.
blil a cheluchexpr.any container for gasoline, cooking oil, etc..
blil a dangsexpr.dance hall.
blil a ngalexpr.termites' nest.
blil a ngikelexpr.aquarium.
chad er a blaiexpr.members of the family.
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Examples:
> The prison is holding 100 prisoners.
> I'm too tired to come back to the house to get the water.
> They've come after all, so you might as well let them into the house.
> Joseph drove his car to my house.
> 100 prisoners are held by the prison.
Proverbs:
> You're getting involved with someone too closely related.
Possibly derived from an incident in which a coconut syrup maker was incestuously involved with his wife's sister.
> You're like a floating log without a resting place.
You have no fixed abode.
> Like the uul [Cettria cantans?] with its house open, calling for rain.
The uul may be heard to call out usually just before it rains; some say that it is calling for rain. This seems foolish, since the bird constructs its house with an opening at the top that will let rain in. A person who makes a decision or starts some action without adequate preparation is likened to the uul.
More Examples:
> I'm going to the house.
> I have plenty (of them) at my house [like the tide fills the reef, the house is full].
> They're from stupid family from eons ago.
> I don't want to become the subject of gossip so I will try to be well-behaved.
> We can sell the soda cans.
ngal,
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, n.
termite.
ngal a mekekerei el charm el kiei a chelsel a kerrekar el menga er ngii; ngal a mengut a blai, kboub a klang er a ngal; ngeliil el kboub.
mesako el ngalexpr.(crowd look like) swarm of termites.
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Proverbs:
> Like the duck of Ngechur, he became industrious after growing old.
The idiom is applied to a person who has more or less vegetated into maturity and old age and who, already far past his prime, suddenly tries without success to do all the things he might have done when younger. It may be used with reference to an elder who tries to be a dandy.

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