sumpit


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sumpit

(ˈsʌmpɪt)
n
(Arms & Armour (excluding Firearms)) in Malaysia, a long wooden blowpipe, from which poison-tipped or barbed darts are blown, used primarily for hunting
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Por ejemplo, jimpikiti chinki (ave roja), kunkuki napi (serpiente de los arboles), sumpit atash (gallina corta), etcetera.
Boys who are more mischievous would go for sumpit or sumpak (blowing mongo beans through a small bamboo tube), baseball, basketball, catching frogs or talangka, or beetle or gagamba contest.
Among activities in sukaneka are 'isi air dalam botol' (filling water into the bottle), bowling kampong (Village Bowling), 'bawa bola pingpong dalam sudu' (carrying pingpong ball in the spoon using mouth), tiup belon (blowing balloon), tiup sumpit (longpipe blowing), war of tugs and etc.