Kirig-kirig

  • move backwards little by little
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Kirig-kirig
Kasar
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Usage Examples

Apa kirig-kirig macangkling? Anak meju. Anak makilad.
[example 1]
Who moves only a little at a time and is tied up?

A person taking a crap.

"Kilad" means to wipe your anus with a stick or a rock or on a tree, or to drag along the ground like a dog.

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A person taking a crap.

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⚙ Usage examples pulled from the Virtual Dictionary


In Balinese:   Amuncen geden tain ibane!”

Mare keto, Sang Lanjana laut kirig-kirig tumuli makecos di duur tain kebone, sambilange ngomong, “Ih, iba Sang Muun.

In English:  

In Indonesian:   seberapa besar kotoranmu!”

Baru segitu, lalu Sang Lanjana mundur sedikit- sedikit sambil berlompat di atas kotoran kerbau, sambil berkata, "Eh, kamu Sang Muun.
  1. F. Eiseman, PROVERBS, 1987