merek, v.t.end; finish.
merek a rrekui; merekong; ng mla mo merek a urreor; rekil a urreor.
rekir
/rekil
n.poss.3sits ending; its finish; its completion.
mo merekv.t.finish; end.
mo merekv.i.end; cease.
mochu merekv.t.pred.is about to finish.
See also: , ,
Examples:
> My friends finished swimming in an hour.
> the bad sewer water that came out on Wednesday and Thursday of last week
> Wilbur finished talking and the lambs came out.
> I can watch/babysit the child because he behaved well last time.
> The travelers stopped being thirsty in a few hours.
Proverbs:
> Year-east.
The word rak in Palauan is commonly used to mean year (rekil: year of). Actually the traditional Palauan year lasted six months, dividing the solar year into two parts conforming generally to spring-summer and fall-winter. The "Year-east," when the wind blows from the east, is the time of spring-summer.
> Year-west.
The Palauan year, conforming roughly to fall-winter, when the wind blows generally from the west.
More Examples:
> The Chinese ship finally sailed out last month.
> Lady at work is retiring. We are taking her out for lunch.
> what time are you getting off of work?
> He's 18 years old.
> How old is your mother?
rak, n.year; age; a long while ago (Each Palauan year contains 6 months and corresponds to a period of continuing easterly or westerly winds).
rak a uldekial a 12 el buil; ngar er ngii a 360 el klebesei er a chelsel a ta el rak; kot el rak el ngalek a ta rekil.
rekiln.poss.3srekil a rak er ngii; ildisel a rak el le ngar; tela rekil a ngelekem?
er se el me el rakexpr.the year after next.
er se el mlo merek el rakexpr.the year before last.
er tia el me el rakexpr.next year.
er tia el mlo merek el rakexpr.last year.
Examples:
> The year is over.
> How old are you?
> I wonder what the approximate age of the old man may be.
> With whom was God angry for forty years?
Proverbs:
> Year-west.
The Palauan year, conforming roughly to fall-winter, when the wind blows generally from the west.
> Year-east.
The word rak in Palauan is commonly used to mean year (rekil: year of). Actually the traditional Palauan year lasted six months, dividing the solar year into two parts conforming generally to spring-summer and fall-winter. The "Year-east," when the wind blows from the east, is the time of spring-summer.
More Examples:
> He's 18 years old.
> How old is your older sister? (only said by a female)
> How old is your younger brother? (only said by a male)
> How old is your opposite sex sibling?
> How old is your father?

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