Then Jenks understood that his bullet had hit the lock of the Dyak's uplifted weapon, with the result already described.
Subsequently to our interview he sent me a tattooed Dyak, the first I had seen.
Over this fireplace in the open hall hangs the most valuable ornament in the eyes of the Dyak, the bunch of human heads.
A dozen or two of Dyak spears were left in the Malay boat, which I got.
The Dyak is conscious of his ignorance of the laws which govern the world in which he lives.
Dyaks; or Dyak, aborigines of Borneo, and generally pronounced Dyah.
After a walk of another hour they reached the Dyak house, and the whole population of the place followed them to the shore.
All the game was given to the Dyak guides, who were very glad to get it.
When the weeding is done, the family return to the long Dyak house and remain there for about two months.
They resolved, therefore, to accompany the Dyak guide on a new expedition.