bob-an di kidul (n. ph. of bob-a, di₁, kid’ul) comm. an amulet or charm that brings good luck and protection from harm; the literal meaning of the phrase is ‘tooth of lightning’. [The amulet is a black tooth-shaped piece of wood found in trees that have been struck by lightning; the very end of where the lighting penetrated is said to protect the possessor from any harm.] In-uppig na nan bob-an di kidul. He placed his charm in a woven purse. Sim: kiwil₂. (sem. domains: 4.9.8 - Religious things.)
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buga comm. a small ritual stone made of shiny river stones or a glassy body of meteoric origin. [A ritual stone is one that has been in a family for a long time and is kept in the a ritual box. Blood is wiped on it every time a ritual is performed in the granary.] Adi mipabano di buga. The ritual stone can never be loaned. (sem. domains: 4.9.8 - Religious things.)
tingab comm. a wooden ritual box with a wooden cover with the busts of dogs on both sides of the long ends. [This ritual box is left in the granary and is not covered until the bakle ritual is finished. It contains the palipal, buga, moma and hapid.] Nangapya dah tingab ot deyan wada mo nah alang da. They made a wooden ritual box and it is now in their granary. (sem. domains: 4.9.8 - Religious things.)