29) Weinstock (1983:125-126) suggested a link between the abode of Tenangkai and the setangkai movement of Ampah, which came about in the mid-1900s as a millenarian reaction against the Dutch colonial resettlement program for the Luangan (from the Luang River to more accessible areas in the Teweh, Ayuh
, and Ampah region) and against "the 1910 ordinance forcing the Luangan to form nucleated villages": "Limited to Ampah, setangkai originated in one extended family and does not appear to have spread beyond this group.
nasti strinam prthagyajno na vratam napy upofitam | patim susrusate yat tu tena svarge muhiyate || patyau jivati ya yosid upavasavratam caret | ayuh
sa harate bhurtur narakam caiva gacchati || Vigui 25.
And what on earth do yins, wickety wack, ayuh
, catty whompus and stomping it clean mean?
It derives its name from the Sanskrit words ayuh
, meaning "longevity" and veda, meaning "knowledge.
Aku nyi batuh ayuh
nga susah ashung = I watch him with some uneasiness, xxii.
a rabhasvemam amrtasya snustim achidyamana jaradastir astu te asum ta ayuh
punar a bharami rajas tamo mopa ga ma pra mesthah AVS 8.