Greetings and Accompanying Gestures
A popular formal greeting for someone older than you or someone you have just met. The hands are placed together with the fingers interlocking. This greeting is usually accompanied by 'saleseda' in Enterdos.
The Kabege Greeting
A greeting between friends, usually young people. The arms are placed back to back and knocked together. This greeting is often accompanied by 'sedo' or 'sja' in Enterdos.
The hug is a sign of affection shared commonly by people in a relationship or by family members.
Customs in relations
It is impolite to greet a senior person before they greet you,