A mag-pie is sitting on the wall, some message might come to us.
Cover your bald head or else it may start raining. 🙂
Don’t beat against the sandalI, it might rain. (sandalI is a popular means of keeping families warm in winter. It consists of a wooden squaretable about 40cm high covered with a big cotton quilt, and charcoal fire under neath in brazier.)
Don’t click the scissors, it brings about a fight.
Don’t look at the new moon in the face of a child, he may fall down.
He has got up from his left side, (It is said to those who look anxious, unhappy, and grim-faced).
I bit my tongue, someone must be backbiting on me.
If the comb falls down a guest will come.
If water (from a bowel) spells out with a sound, it means that some guest will come.
If you arrive somewhere at a time when others are just starting their meals it means that you mother-in-law likes you very much.
If you draw lines on the ground you will be in debt.
If you shake the bunch of keys it might bring about a fight.
If you sit on the threshold, your father will be in debt.
It is no good to cut your tatiloring on Tuesday.
My palm itches, I will obtain some money.,
My sole itches, I may travel.
Some evil door rubbed pigfat in her clothes and made her hateful to all.
Some one dropped Myrobalan on her in her wedding night and made her hateful to her husband.
Water throbbed in his throat, who remembered him? (Means someone is either thinking of the person or the person’s name is mentioned somewhere)
Water was shed, it is a good omin.
Your right eye-lash throbbed you will face happiness.