Ijant Tata'

English: (noun) rain with sunshine - An old Bidayuh superstitious belief says that if you venture out or get caught in this rain, you will meet a tall ghost, fall ill and die if not treated by the shaman. Another version says that you will get caught in a net set by the tall ghost which usually appears in this type of rainy weather. The effect is the same.

Bahasa Malaysia: hujan panas

Pronunciation: /ɪd͡ʒant tataʔ/

Source: Jecky Misieng

Related to Ijant Tata'

ijant: rain

posih ijant: a drizzle

Ijant in pisiet: The rain is so heavy