udoud, n.money; cash.
udoud a klalo el usbechall er a klaiuechar; udoud a omechar a kar; udoud er a Belau; bekerrekerongel a merau; udoud a kedmekill el omech a bkaischemrungel; ududel
ududekn.poss.1s
ududemn.poss.2s
ududeln.poss.3sududel a udoud el ngii a oudoud.
ududamn.poss.1pe
ududedn.poss.1pi
ududiun.poss.2p
ududirn.poss.3p
ududek el lluich el klukexpr.my twenty dollars.
ududir a rengalekexpr.Palauan money given to children by father's family when either parents died.
See also: , ,
Examples:
> Toki wanted to go to Guam, but her money ran out.
> Droteo had the misfortune of losing his money.
> I have less money than you.
> I'm afraid I won't have any money to go to America.
> Satsko told Toki a lie (saying) that John has lots of money.
Proverbs:
> Destroying his money.
Marriage within the clan, generally considered incestuous, limits the value of the food-money exchange, since the materials simply change hands within the same clan group. A man so married is criticized as having destroyed his source of wealth.
More Examples:
> We like it quick and easy money making schemes without thinking for the future.
> Can I give you my money for beer when you go to the store?
> I'm borrowing money not less than a thousand dollars.
> The value of such stone money is not only the sheer size of the discs, but the physical and treacherous labor of carving them, and then transporting them back to Yap via outrigger canoe.
> Did you pay back your debt to your father, the money you borrowed last month?

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