- 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
- Slender-billed Crow, Large-billed Crow, Literally: Like a crow naming himself
Bali dataran dialect
Bali aga dialect
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 Library
In Balinese: Ningeh munyine I kedis belibis, I kedis Siung lantas ngidih paitungan teken I Goak, I Kedis Corek, lam I Kedis Gadangan.
In Indonesian: Jatuh bangun gajah berjalan, main tabrak karena matanya tak bisa melihat.