• luck propserity, gain, profit, lucky, luckily (Verb)
  • can be continueous action or just once, whereas bangkit refers only to luck in events that happen continuously. Getting a good job is aget. Luck in gambling is bangkit. (Verb)
Alus sor
Alus mider
Alus madya
Alus singgih
Bali dataran dialect
Bali aga dialect

Usage Examples

Aget tiang sing ulung ka séméré.
Luckily I did not fall into the well.

Ageté tusing dadi tagih, lacuré tusing dadi kelidin.
[example 1]
Luck cannot be asked, bad luck cannot be avoided.

⚙ Usage examples pulled from the Virtual Library

In Balinese:   Mara teka, aget pesan Meme!” I Meong teken I Bikul lantas upahina be bajo asok teken padi abodag.

In English:  

In Indonesian:  

In Balinese:   Di pasisi kangin ada anak mondok padidiana pesan, madan I Aget.

In English:   In the end of the east, there was someone who lived alone, named I Aget.

In Indonesian:   Di ujung timur ada seseorang yang tinggal seorang diri, bernama I Aget.
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