, n.
ngikel a charm er daob me a ralm el kall; temekai me a meas a ngikel.
ngkeleln.poss.3sngkelel a cheldil el ngikel.
bekengikelv.s.smell of fish.
bekengikel a bau el bul a ngikel; bengud.
chad e ngikelexpr.half-human and half-fish; mermaid.
ngikel el caught/killed with a bomb.
olsengel a ngikelexpr.small sharp fin near tail of certain fish.
See also:
> I have an appetite/taste for fish.
> I tried to eat the fish.
> I use a knife to fillet fish.
> 20 fish were speared in the head by the skillful fisherman.
> We can catch many kinds of fish.
> Like a fish in deep, clear water, eaten only with the eyes.
Fish are not easily caught in clear water. The idiom applies to that which may be admired but not obtained, like an expensive item or another man's beautiful sweetheart.
More Examples:
> I fried some fish and chicken for dinner tonight.
> Pass the bait. The fish keep eating my bait.
> He gave me this ... whatchamacallit piece for a speargun.
> They got into a fight last night and he was shot in the arm by a fishing gun
> We went to buy fish at the market.
oles, n.knife.
oles a klekedall el melebes; melobech, meluk, meles, olesengel er a ngikel.
olsengeln.poss.3solsengel a oles er ngii.
medal a olesexpr.cutting edge of knife (including point).
See also: ,
> We use a knife to slice food.
> Go next door and borrow a knife.
> The knife pierced my hand and came out the other side.
> I use a knife to fillet fish.
> It's as if we were walking on the blade of a knife.
i.e., we're treading on dangerous ground; if we make one wrong move, we're finished.
More Examples:
> My knives have gone missing.
> He or she played with a knife and accidentally cut his or her arm.
> Cut in half with knife.
> We use a knife to slice food.

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