Garang

Garang

Origin: Malay/army lingo – it means fierce

Garang means fierce or when used in army lingo literally means gung-ho.

Adjective:

While on a military exercise: “Eh Ah Beng, can don’t be so garang??? We already walked 20km and still have another 20km to go….can we rest up a bit before we set off again??

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