- in much of South Bali the term refers to a round basket with a rounded, more or less hemi- spherical, bottom that has a thin hoop rim. It is someewhat like a penyaipan, except that the weave is all saud dua, and there are no holes
- average size is about 40 cm. in diameter and 8 cm. high. A large version is called ebeg, about 63 cm. in diameter. Lumpian is used as a general bowl and for holding rice plant seedings when transplanting them. A large lumpian is sometimes called grebiag and is used in mixing bat and on other occasions when large amounts of food are being used. A small lumpian is sometimes called a leper. The word gledeg is sometimes used instead of lumpian.
- in the Bangli area the word refers to a shallow basket, like a large sok, sok bodag, only about 15 cm. high rather than the usual 30 cm. or so