melemall, v.t.break; shatter; injure; destroy; cast spell on (person) in order to do him harm.
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telemallv.r.s.broken; out of order; (relationship) strained.
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Examples:
> Remeliik began nailing up Sulial's broken pigpen.
> I'm bandaging up my injured hand.
> Their child is involved in that crime.
> The beast told them to build an image in honor of the beast that had been wounded by the sword and yet lived.
> The mouse saw his friend's injured face.
Proverbs:
> Like kaldos, putting medicine on a well place, rather than the injury.
Kaldos is a medical treatment, said by some to have been learned from the Germans, in which medicine is applied to a parallel member of an injured part in a way that is supposed to transfer pain to an uninjured place. The idiom is applied to a decision or action that completely misses the point or problem.
More Examples:
> John is really in a hurry; what's wrong?
> Take care. Don't hurt yourself.
> I was fixing my boat that had some problems.
> This woman is loose, she has broken peoples marriage.
> Im scared of gossip. It ruins relationships.

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