melai, v.t.bring; take; get; receive; obtain; take (amount of time); lay claim to; take away; remove.
melai a ngmai; nguu; ngeiul.
nguuv.pf.3snguu a melai er ngii; ngiul.
ngiluuv.pf.3s.past
ngoikidv.pf.1pi
ngoititerir
/ngoiteterir
v.pf.3p.humanngoiteterir a melai er tir; mla ngoiteterir el merael.
ngmaiv.pf.3p.inan.ngmai a melai; mla ngmai a babier; nguu a udoud, ngeiul.
ngilaiv.pf.3p.inan.past
ngilititerirv.pf.3p.human.past
kangingaiv.recip.redup.bring or take (things) together.
kangingai a kakerous el melai; kengai, didu el melai a ududir, nguu, ngeul a ududel.
kengaiv.recip.kengai a kangingai; di du el melai, nguu; ngmai, te kengai a kelir er a tebel.
mengaiv.erg.get brought/taken; lose baby; have miscarriage.
mengai a nguu; nglai; ngmai a kles; kles a mla mengai el mo er a bai.
mengingaiv.erg.redup.easy to take or take away or remove.
mngaiv.imp.Go get some (things).
ngeiv.imp.here it is; take it.
ngei a msang; oldars a ngerang; msang, ngei tia udoud me mnguu.
ngiuul
/ngeiul
/ngeuul
v.a.s.is to be brought/taken/received.
ngiuul a kirel el mengai; nguu, ngmai, udoud a ngiuul er a bank.
nglai
/ngliuul
v.r.s.brought; taken; received; obtained.
nglai a mla mengai; nglai a chutem; mla nguu; ngmai; ngeul.
ngliuul a nglai; mla mengai; kengei er a usbechel a chutem a ngliuul.
ngoiongv.inch.is beginning to get or receive (multiple objects).
ngoiong a ko el mla ngmai.
ngourang
/ngoura
v.inch.is beginning to get or receive (a single object).
melai er a rengulexpr.persuade.
See also: , , , ,
Examples:
> They removed him from power.
> the nations that have been conquered.
> Can you pick up something from the bottom of that deep water/ocean?
> The president persuaded the senators that were being stubborn. The president obtained the hearts of the senators that had high hearts.
> You take them to Oreng's home.
Proverbs:
> He gets his law from the streets.
Rael has the general meaning "way," applicable both to method and to a street. The implication is that if a child will not learn from his parents, he will learn the hard way from experience. It may be used in the positive sense of someone who is quick to learn from experience.
More Examples:
> I took some food when we went to the funeral.
> Do you want to take some of these food home when you leave?
> Take them out with tongs.
> She is very fond of you so it was the last betel nut and she gave it to you.
> My neighbor borrowed my car and drove it into a mango tree.

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