The eight omen bird, Nendak (pictured left), whose earthly manefestation is white rumped shama - copsychus malabaricus is a poor hanger-on rather than a relation, carries omen of considerably less importance. He is the son of Sibal Ibal, who live in the valley at the foot of the waterfall, along streams surrounded by trees (Sibal Ibal ke diau di lebak banchak wong, di sungai rintai lulong).
Praise name (Ensumbar or julok):
One whose breast is red and whose back is white, which has spot around his waist (bedada masak belakang burak, ke bepantak ngarong ka punggong or Tangkal Puting Pemanggai or Berani agi biak, Sungkak Papan Ladong).
Charm which blinds the wild boar used by men to set trap around the animal track (engkerabun jani kena orang meti ngelingi sepan, lak ka jelu jampat nan). A charm that would stop an animal on his track and quickly brought to bay. This charm is also used to blind the enemy during raids or ambush.