• Slender-billed Crow, Large-billed Crow, Literally: Like a crow naming himself
  • the Balinese word for crow is onomatopoeic, so, of course, when a crow makes a sound the sound is its name
  • said about a person who talks a lot about himself
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Usage Examples

Goak kingsanin taluh.
Entrusting an egg to a crow for safekeeping, which is used in the same way as the English expression about leaving the fox to guard the henhouse.

⚙ Usage examples pulled from the Virtual Dictionary

In Balinese:   Lan ring warsa 2014 dané ngamolihang Widya Pataka saking Gubernur Bali antuk cakepannyané sané mamurda “Lawar Goak”.

In English:  

In Indonesian: