Definitions for "Lang"
Keywords:  helang, malay, hawk, eagle
eagle, hawk; in Malay, helang.
An NLS environment variable used to inform a computer process of the user's requirements for "native language," "local customs," and "coded character set."
The name of a locale to use for locale categories when not overridden by LC_ALL or more specific environment variables like LC_COLLATE, LC_CTYPE, LC_MESSAGES, LC_MONETARY, LC_NUMERIC, LC_TIME, cf. locale
CDATA Controls the language for automatic titles; currently one of english, german, spanish
Keywords:  ladies, surrounded, say, join, drink
language of the text in this element; if not specified, language is assumed to be the same as in the surrounding context. Name or number of this element; may be any string of characters. Often used for recording traditional reference systems.
Means “only”. Refer to “Ok lang” for use in that meaning. You can also say, when ordering, “One ladies drink lang” meaning you want “One ladies drink ONLY”, especially useful if you are surrounded by girls and you only want one of them to join you.