- noon, straight up, straight overhead, standing up very straight
Cara idup padine. Di puyungne jegjeg. Dimisinne nguntul.[example 1]
PROVERB: Like the life of rice. When empty it stand up. When full it looks down. This implies that a know-it-al person who talks a lot may not actually know much - i.e. have an empty head. But a wise person, who looks down at his feet all of the time, like a mature head of rice, may know a lot , but may say little. However, he is the wiser of the two.
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- Fred Eiseman Jr - Proverbs, 1987