- rough white cloth, usually inexpensive, used for wrapping things of ceremonial significance in ceremonies
- muslin, month
Apa tamiu satak maka satak maudeng kasa? Lalang, ambengan mabunga.[example 1]
What is the guest that , 200 by 200, has an udeng of white cloth? Long grass that has white flowers.
Makasa tebelan.[example 2]
Wearing thicker rough cloth.
[proverb]“Kasa” is a rough cloth. Thick “kasa” is called “blacu”. “Blacu” has two meanings: a sack cloth, and, mixed up, generally being restricted to a bad or negative feeling. Something is “blacu” if it is not the way it is supposed to be. It refers to something out of order, or a confusion of some sort.
- Fred Eiseman Jr - Proverbs, 1987
- F. Eiseman, Proverbs. 1987