Ameng-ameng

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  • spirit (Noun)
  • guards of big trees, rivers, large rocks that have unusual shapes, and other natural places. They themselves have strange shapes. One is a whirling flying arm, tangan-tangan that spins through the air. Another is kemangmang, a solitary head with no body. Ketugtug is a pair of feet that follow a person. Jerangkong is a walking skeleton. These apparitions are only seen at night (Noun)
Media
ameng-ameng
Kasar
ameng-ameng
Halus
ameng-ameng
Northern Form
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Usage Examples

Anaké ngorahang yéning ia tuah ameng-amengné I Nyoman.
People say that she is only I Nyoman's illegitimate wife .

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