banyu

bzu
  • mabanyu = urinate or weekday, first day of the Pawukon cycle, everyone is supposed to go to the sea or to a spring or other source of water to purify himself or rice water from washing rice, sometimes fed to pigs, milky because of fines (vs. titisan = water from cooking rice)
  • water (Noun)
  • water that has been used in washing rice (Noun)
Andap
banyu
Kasar
yeh
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
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Bali dataran dialect
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Bali aga dialect
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Usage Examples

Titiang nunas banyu awang.
I ask for water (from coconut water) to purify myself.

Payuk niki angge wadah banyu.
No translation exists for this example.

⚙ Usage examples pulled from the Virtual Library


In Balinese:   Lacur pisan, dresta indik Banyu Pinaruh puniki akehan kalaksanayang nyantos malukat kemanten.

In English:   Unfortunately, this Banyu Pinaruh tradition is now mostly done up to holy bath only.

In Indonesian:   Sayang sekali, tradisi Banyu Pinaruh ini kebanyakan hanya dilakukan hingga upacara mandi suci saja.

In Balinese:   [BA] Arahina sasampun Saraswati kasengguh Banyu Pinaruh.

In English:   Unfortunately, this Banyu Pinaruh tradition is now mostly done up to holy bath only.

In Indonesian:   Sayang sekali, tradisi Banyu Pinaruh ini kebanyakan hanya dilakukan hingga upacara mandi suci saja.
[[Word example text ban::[BA] Arahina sasampun Saraswati kasengguh Banyu Pinaruh.| ]]

In Balinese:   Kruna ‘banyu pinaruh’ mawit saking basa Jawi purwa sane maartos ‘toyan kaweruhan sane utama’.

In English:   The phrase ‘banyu pinaruh’ is an old Javanese phrase which means ‘water of ultimate knowledge’.

In Indonesian:   Kata ‘banyu pinaruh’ adalah frasa Jawa kuno yang berarti ‘air pengetahuan utama’.

In Balinese:   Pamargin bakti Saraswati punika sida paripurna yening sampun ngamargiang Banyu Pinaruh puniki makilitan ring sajeroning konsep gangga.

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In Balinese:   Upacara malukat masal kalaksanayang ring rahina Banyu Pinaruh (cingakin entri “Banyu Pinaruh”) semeng olih akeh kramane.

In English:   Malukat is a procession of holy bathing with holy water.

In Indonesian:   Malukat adalah prosesi mandi suci dengan air suci.

In Balinese:   Arahina sasampun Saraswati kabawos Banyu Pinaruh.

In English:   Since this holiday is special for Goddess Laksmi and Lord Madhusudana (Lord Wisnu, her eternal consort), people pray for protection of wealth and knowledge.

In Indonesian:   Karena hari ini adalah hari khusus untuk Dewi Laksmi dan Bhatara Madhusudana (Wisnu, pasangan kekal-Nya), orang-orang berdoa memohon perlindungan atas kekayaan dan pengetahuan mereka.