I suppose I should be continuing from my previous blog ‘to be a councillor’ but I just want to do a quick one for now.
A quick one?
A short one?
To Kedahan, water in short depth is cangkat. Or changkat depending on the new or old school spelling. Standard terminology is cetek. In Terengganuspeak its tohor.
So a person who is shallow (superficial, frivolous, insignificant) in thought is changkat, his analysis is cetek. Never heard anyone being termed tohor however. Not even in Terengganu.
And of course there’s the other cangkat.
Cangkat Jering in Taiping or Cangkat Tambi Dolah in KL.
Is it referring to short road or once a water-logged area?
Want to solve English problem among school children? What about introducing English Literature at primary age. Get them all to read Shakespeare.
Good frend for Iesvs sake forbeare,
To digg the dvst encloased heare.
Blest be ye man yt spares thes stones,
And cvrst be he yt moves my bones.
….ooops. That was from his tombstone. Not his play.
That kind of thinking is kind of cangkat.