rael, n.road; path; way; canal; means; solution; way out (of); way to someone's heart; connection (between families, etc.).
rael a ulekrael el usbechall er a omerael; ledes a rael el mo er a blai; rolel a mlai; ngar ngii a ungil rolel a omengedecheduch, rolel a tekoi.
rolekn.poss.1s
rolemn.poss.2s
roleln.poss.3srolel a rael er ngii.
rolamn.poss.1pe
roledn.poss.1pi
roliun.poss.2p
rolirn.poss.3p
Rael Kedamn.The mountain range that runs North-South on Babeldaob. In Palauan legend, it comes from Uab's spine. It marks the boundary of many states in Babeldaob. The name literally means the flight path of the kedam.
Ng ikel rois el meliud er a Keiukl me a Desbedall.
rael el beluun.person without a fixed residence.
chad er a raelexpr.outsiders.
ng diak a rolel eexpr.there's no way to/have no way to.
ngalek er a raelexpr.fatherless child; bastard.
rolel a ralmexpr.ditch.
See also: , , ,
Examples:
> I don't have any way of going to America.
> He left the road to look at the lion he had killed, and he was surprised to find a swarm of bees.
> He's intent upon finding a way to Toki's heart.
> He is the key that opens all the hidden treasures of God's wisdom and knowledge.
> You'll learn the hard way (if you don't heed your family's advice, etc.)
Proverbs:
> He gets his law from the streets.
Rael has the general meaning "way," applicable both to method and to a street. The implication is that if a child will not learn from his parents, he will learn the hard way from experience. It may be used in the positive sense of someone who is quick to learn from experience.
More Examples:
> I heard we can literally fry eggs on the sidewalk because of the heat.
> If we go at it, yoy won't be able to say anything.
> How are you related?
> Be careful when walking on the streets.
> Ulang might have a chance to find candy on the road.

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