Bakung

bku*
  • often used to retain sand and soil at the beach
  • a beach plant with large white flowers and long thin leaves that join at a common point at the base (Mider)
  • terna, up to 125 cm tall, planted as an ornamental plant, the flowers are white or red, the roots are used to treat wounds and are considered as antidotes, the fruits and seeds are mixed in the herb medicine puru 〔Crinum asiaticum〕 (Mider) (Noun)
Andap
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Kasar
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Alus sor
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Alus mider
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Alus madya
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Alus singgih
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Mider
bakung
Bali dataran dialect
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Bali aga dialect
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Usage Examples

Dadong tiange nanem bakung di mukak umahne.
No translation exists for this example.

⚙ Usage examples pulled from the Virtual Library


In Balinese:   Rauh di pasisin Singasarine, ida manggihin anak mamancing, lantas ida buin mataken, “Maman, maman mamancing, desa apane adane?”

“Desa Singasari, puniki wastanipun.” “Yen kadi sekar, sekar apa gustin mamane?” “Sekar Bakung, kudu putih grempiangan.” Buin ida malayar.

In English:  

In Indonesian:   Inilah wanita yang menjunjung tahi ayam sebesar kukusan, yang hamba beli dari Tuan sendiri.”

Setelah mendengar ucapan Raden Mantri, raja menangis sambil menceritakan semua hal yang dialami sebelumnya.

In Balinese:   Rauh di pasisin Singasarine, ida manggihin anak mamancing, lantas ida buin mataken, “Maman, maman mamancing, desa apane adane?”

“Desa Singasari, puniki wastanipun.” “Yen kadi sekar, sekar apa gustin mamane?” “Sekar Bakung, kudu putih grempiangan.” Buin ida malayar.

In English:  

In Indonesian:   Inilah wanita yang menjunjung tahi ayam sebesar kukusan, yang hamba beli dari Tuan sendiri.”

Setelah mendengar ucapan Raden Mantri, raja menangis sambil menceritakan semua hal yang dialami sebelumnya.