tail στα Ινδονησιακά
v. memasang ekor, memotong ekor, mengekor, membuntuti, mengikuti dgn diam-diam
I could still see him running away from my armies with his tail between his legs, never to return again.
“I believe so,” Alice replied thoughtfully. “They have their tails in their mouths; and they are covered in bread crumbs.”
There is the parrot! he continued. Green body and yellow tail, with a thing like a lettuce growing out of the top of his head;
"Oh! I can pull your tail again, I can," said he, and ran toward the cat.
Finally, he was so close to him that he got a hold on his tail.
He seated himself, curled his tail into a graceful ring around his paws--and stared at the boy.
He jumped so high that he touched her with his tail. But she flung herself quickly to one side and saved her life.
His coat was a brilliant red; his breast white; his nose black; and his tail was as bushy as a plume.
If I subdue the dog, I can manage the tail as well.
Smirre Fox was so excited that he continued to dance around after his tail.