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Explanation: Jeez, Ramona, this one's a challenge.
Don't mean to sound crude, but I have heard uncouth males (young, malay "kutus") refer to women as "lauk". This is, of course, a sexual, derogatory term. And it has a double meaning. And, as in the sentence you pasted, it's vulgar.
So, I don't know - maybe:
"lauk gelap"? or
no formal references
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