Kesepian

  • lonely, lonesome
  • actually means in a place where it is quiet
  • but since Balinese people do not enjoy solitude, but do enjoy noisy, busy places, the word is always interpreted as loney or lonesome, because one is in a place where it is quiet. Quiet places are thought of as being tenget or anker (charged with supernatural power).
Media
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Kasar
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Halus
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Northern Form
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Usage Examples

Sabilang peteng ia marasa kasepian sesukat kalahin kurenan mati.
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