meram, v.t.mix (fluids, ingredients, etc.).
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meremramv.t.redup.keep mixing.
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meremramv.erg.redup. easy to mix.
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remuulv.a.s.is to be mixed.
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rramv.r.s.mixed.
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Examples:
> I will make the towns of Judah like a desert where no one lives.
Proverbs:
> Like the ilaot [coconut juice] of Ngetkib, mixing itself.
Probably of folk-tale derivation, the idiom may be applied to a man who has married too close to his own clan, thus not gaining the assistance of the wife's clan in food and services, since this would amount to the clan giving to itself. Also applied to a situation where a person expects to have some service performed for him but ends up doing it himself.
More Examples:
> I'm so happy I finished my work.

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