ngau, fire; labor pains.
ngau a mekeald el diich; ngau er a ngeliokl; chelum el ngau, ngeuil a olbidel.
nguiln.poss.3snguil a ngau er ngii; nguil a klengoes; nguil a cheroll.
> The fire is (just) dying out.
> The meat is to be roasted and eaten with bitter herbs and with bread made without yeast.
> The fire started in my room.
> The fire has started up.
> They will be like trees whose branches are burned by fire, whose blossoms are blown away by the wind.
> Like the insects which stays at ashes of fire but doesn't burn.
You're near a situation which needs immediate attention but you don't lend a hand.
> You're like a stinkbug that burns itself in the fire.
i.e., you get involved in things that may hurt you.
> You're like a beetle that burns itself by flying into the fire.
You're always getting yourself into trouble.
> Like the blind man of Ngetmel, twisting twine into the fire.
The image is that of a blind elder, warming his frail body beside the fire while twisting strands of fiber into twine against his thigh. Only as he pulls the finished twine away, he pushes it into the flames. The saying may be applied to any utterly pointless activity or dissipation of wealth.
More Examples:
> We lit the fire.
> She started the fire.
> Has the fire been lit?
> Will you light the fire?
> The fire in the hearth is too big; remove some firewood.

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