- long, stout steel spike, used for dehusking coconut or for digging holes
- for dehusking coconut, one end is thrust into the ground and the husk is peeled off by impaling the coconut on the sharp end of the protruding spike and peeling it off with a twisting motion
- this dehusking is called ngengesin and is often made of rebar
Buka goake ngadanin ibane.
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