rebai, n.backyard; area or space in back (of a building).
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ourebaiv.i.walk by the rear of house; defecate (in bushes, etc., in back of house).
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rebai er a blikexpr.in back of my house.
Proverbs:
> Backyard taro stuff.
Bisch (Alocasia macrorhiza), a taro, can often be found growing near the garbage heap behind the traditional Palauan house. Because of this contamination, taro growing in this location was not eaten, nor were the leaves used as food wrappers. Hence, any valueless decision, action or object; a useless idea.
> Without looking afield, it was cut down behind the house.
From the folk tale concerning Mesubed Dingal, the inventor of the Palauan kite (see also No. 73). After his wife had been kidnapped, he constructed a kite using feathers from all the birds of Palau and he needed also wood from an Edebsungel tree to fashion the body of the bird-kite. After looking all over Palau and being on the point of giving up, he found the tree he needed behind his own house. The saying may be applied to anyone who does things the hard way, or who goes far afield to find something which is close at hand.
> You're like the bisech plant in the backyard which has no purpose.
A person who isn't trusted so he/she is not needed.
More Examples:
> The area for steaming/cooking taro and tapioca is at the back of the house.
tuobed, v.i.come/go out of; emerge; go out fishing.
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tobedv.i.hypothetical
tobedangv.i.inch.is starting to emerge.
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tuobed a rengulexpr.one's real feelings come out.
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tuobed er skuulexpr.leave or get out of school (e.g., after completing one's education).
See also: , ,
Examples:
> War breaks out.
> Get out of here!
> His nose is running.
> Wilbur's pen had a gate, so Wilbur could go outside.
> I want to cry.
Proverbs:
> My spirit took leave.
Similar to "Frightened out of my wits."
More Examples:
> My younger sister graduated from college.
> I'm going to my kid's graduation from elementary school.
> This property went to Ngerkumer's kids through verbal agreement.
> He was in a hurry so he just yanked it and ran out.
> I'm smirking at the people working for the government, do they think they own these government vehicles when they're behind the wheels.

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