sunog2sunógn empty hole on the sungka game board. Holes usually have small seashells in them. Players pick up the shells from each hole in turn and redistribute them to the other holes in consecutive order. When a player comes to an empty hole and he cannot pick up any more shells he loses the game. So the hole is called sunog, probably meaning the player is 'burned', or the loser

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