boptinintransitive verbEnglishsleepBoptin is the generic term for sleep while bop_kolor_no is to be lying down with one's eyes closed but not sleeping, just resting. Barung is to drop off into a deep sleep, and dongor is also used of deep sleep. Boptin_taun is to oversleep or sleep late. Bop includes the whole idea of spending the night as opposed to just sleeping, and bopbop is merely the act of lying down. The terms suám and tukaul connote being sleepy, even nodding, but not quite asleep.pán1barung2bopbopbopbop kolor nodongorboptin maiboptin taunsuámtukaul2.1Bodybody act

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