tik-ba-lang \'tik-ba-lâng\ n[Fil.]: In Philippine folklore, a ghostly figure which haunts the rural neighbourhood at night looking for humans to feast on. Like the sphinx, it will ask three riddles before it eats its prey. However, the lucky person who is able to solve the puzzle is rewarded a bag of gold. It is said that most of its victims are the drunks and heathens who do not pray the evening Angelus.
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