- (people, things) going in all directions; (people) going from one to another in disorganized fashion or milling around or running around (e.g., in panic); (things) scattered or in a mess.
From root word melaod v.t.
- catch (sardines) between prongs of spear; spear (fish); comb out (lice); place (legs) astraddle.
- melaod a melai el oba taod; tmodii, tmaod a mekebud, todel.
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