- young coconut without meat, younger than kuwud, older than bungsil (Noun)
- the water in kuwud is sweet and plentiful and the meat is soft and sweet
- bungsil is too immaeture to use for any purpose and has no water
- bungkak is sometimes used as a source of holy water, but it is too immaeture to use for food
- the series of names of coconut stages, from youngest to most mature is: bungsil, bungkak, kuwud gamarik, kuwud samambuh, kuwud, kuwud pengeliklik, nyuh
- the word bungkak is also used to refer just to the shell of the young coconut before it hardens
Bali dataran dialect
Bali aga dialect
I Belog meli bungkak di peken.
I Belog buys coconuts that are still very young and there is no stuff on the market.
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