Originally Posted by greenhill
Yes. I'm a Javanese who live in "Pasundan" (the land of Sundanese). In exactly, Bandung city.
Originally Posted by ardianto
This is not Indonesian language, But Sunda, language of Sundanese ethnic that spoken in mostly area of West Java province.
"Damang" mean "in good health". "neng" is designation for younger woman. Designation of older woman is "teteh" that often shortened as "teh".
"Teu acan kulem geuningan tabuh sakieu" meaning is "apparently haven't slept in this hour".
"teh" in the end of sentence doesn't mean anything. It just custom of Sundanese people in speaking.