melemotem, v.t.clear (trees, land); clear land (for garden).
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ketemotemv.recip.cut each other (with machetes when clearing land).
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telemetamelv.r.s.(trees; land; etc.) cleared.
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temetamelv.a.s.(land etc.) is to be cleared.
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el di ta temetemirexpr.in one stroke or blow; all at once.
See also: , ,
Examples:
> The soldiers took rifles and shot the women and children all at once.
Proverbs:
> Like the blow at Utaor, one stroke for all
A person or perhaps a club of the hamlet of Utaor (a hamlet of either Koror or Chol) offended a major village and, in consequence, the village retaliated by attacking the whole hamlet. The idiom applies to any general statement or punishment that might better be directed toward a particular group or individual

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