Iwang

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Andap
iwang
Kasar
pelih
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

Sasuratan puniki iwang
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ten wenten iwang ring bukune puniki
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⚙ Usage examples pulled from the Virtual Library


In Balinese:   I Grantang laut ngomong. “Nawegang jero dagang belin tiange iwang ngambil ajengan, mangda ledang jero ngampurayang santukan titiang nenten makta jinah. “I Cupak masaut, “Saja kola nyemak nasi, ampura kola, tusing sida baan kola naanang basang layah. “I Dagang nasi anggen kenehne ningeh munyine I Grantang.

In English:  

In Indonesian:  

In Balinese:   Lacurne, sang manggalaning agama daweg nika iwang nureksain malih pidan pantesnyane upacara puniki kalaksanayang.

In English:   Sadly, it seems that authorities at that time had misinterpretation of when the ceremony should be conducted.

In Indonesian:   Sedihnya, tampaknya otoritas waktu itu mengalami kekeliruan interpretasi kapan seharusnya upacara ini dilakukan.

In Balinese:   Makehan carita ring Kakawin Ramayana pateh sakadi Walmiki Ramayana sane asli, yadiastun wenten pasalin basannyane sane iwang.

In English:   Most of the narrations in Kakawin Ramayana are similar to the original version of Valmiki Ramayana, though there are some mistakes in translation.

In Indonesian:   Sebagian besar kisah dalam Kakawin Ramayana sama dengan versi Valmiki Ramayana aslinya, walaupun terdapat kekeliruan dalam penerjemahan di beberapa bagian.

In Balinese:   Akeh para janane iwang nampi ajah-ajahan Wrespati Tattwa lan nyutetang indike swarga lan naraka wantah ring manah kemaon.

In English:   [EN] Lontar Wrihaspati tattwa is one of the lontar texts which becomes the source of belief of the Hindu community in Bali.

In Indonesian:   [ID] Lontar Wrihaspati tattwa adalah salah satu lontar yang menjadi sumber keyakinan masyarakat Hindu di Bali.

In Balinese:   Niki wantah panampi sane iwang.

In English:   Actually, this palm-leaf text is a Sanskrit text that is thought to originate from the tenth century.

In Indonesian:   Sebenarnya, lontar ini adalah sebuah teks berbahasa Sanskerta yang diduga berasal dari abad kesepuluh.
  1. Lestarikan Bahasa Bali Facebook Group Posting, Sept 2016