noun, plural Se·mangs, (especially collectively) Se·mang.
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All possess the bow and arrow, though only the Semang and Aeta use poison.
Among the Semang people, their totemic belief and custom do not carry with them a superstructure of society.
If this is so, it is clear that the parallel between Semang and Arunta totemism is considerably closer than at first appears.
The Sakai or Senoi are jungle folk, some of whom have mixed with Semang and other peoples.
The Semang of Perak is somewhat less rude, and speaks a different dialect.The Natural History of the Varieties of Man|Robert Gordon Latham