Dangap-dangap

  • so-called because of the fancied similareity in shape of the mat to a flying lizard, with a central papah spine, and the two sides that look like wings from below
  • the mat is usually called angas or angep
  • two papah are used to encircle the tree, the slepan from one of the pair being woeven with those of the other one
  • mat: coconut leaf mat tied around trunk of tree to prevent people from climbing
Media
dangap-dangap
Kasar
dangap-dangap
Halus
dangap-dangap
Northern Form
dangap-dangap

Usage Examples

Nawang madan dangap-dangap?
[example 1]
No translation exists for this example.

  1. Ni Made Suryati