Aanau – Plain taste of tapai
Asalit- Sweet-bitter taste of tapai
Biris- an offer as respect to particular person which would be given priority to be the next to drink
Birisai – a request asking the particular person to sign up as the next participant in drinking the particular jar.
Dandaon – a sort of punishment to a biris that had violated the condition set by the host.
Kada Kodongo – an instruction or warning not to pull up the sisiop
Topunan – a curse like personal impairment and susceptibility to negative forces befalling to anyone who refuse an offer of drink or food during the ceremony. (The curse may manifest itself in an accident , cuts and wounds, bites by venomous animals, etc.
Lundus- a process or non stop sucking the liquor.
Mogolidus – sweet sour taste of the tapai.
Mongompodu langsat – bitter taste of tapai
Narasak – a situation whereby the water had subsided pass the sonson.
Oonsom – sour taste of tapai
Palus / pusas / panganas – bits of salted meat and other thirst provoking dainties and snacks which are picked now and then and eaten during drinking.
Pomurut-murut poh – a polite instruction or directive asking the particular person to take the palus, pusas or panganas.
Puun- the person who starts the first one to drinking from the particular jar.
Siapai-siapai poh – an instruction or directives to suck or little bit more for the finishing sign has not been met yet.
Tunguhai – request to have more water poured inside the jar after the drinker have sucked and reached the tonduk.
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