• He began to argue and dirtied the waters (disturbed everyone)

    khohskeen metchuh mudhav, kahmkak uhrahv

    kahmkak is used in Western Armenian dialects. It means to dirty or disturb. It conveys the meaning of passing stool.
    The above proverb literally means, “he entered into the discussion and passed stool (so as to defile or dirty the whole discussion).

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