Jukut

jukut/
  • common fern eaten as a vegetable
  • vegetable dish (in combination with another word: eg jukut ares, jukut undis, jukut kelor)
  • vegetables
  • to be green
Media
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Kasar
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Halus
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Northern Form
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Usage Examples

Majukut di tanah.
Literally: Growing vegetables in the ground; one important tree, the leaves and fruits of which are commonly used as a vegetable, is punyan kelor; the word lelor means tired, so that this expression means that one is tired.

Pilih jukut ane gadang, nah?
Please pick green vegetables, ok?

Niki mawasta buah bligo, buah niki dados anggon jukut.
This is called bligo (Ash Gourd or Benincasa hispida) and it can be used as a vegetable.

Selem-seleman jukut undise rasane bangkit.
[example 1]
A black undis vegetable has a balanced taste. [proverb] Undis is a sort of bean that has a black color and is bitter, but very delicious to eat. The meaning is that, although something may be black on the outside, inside it may be very good. Balinese consider black color to be very bad for people, food, etc.

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In Balinese:   Tatkala ia majalan ka sekolah, ia nepukin sarwa jukut majalan nuju ka sekolahne sambilanga ngandong tas tur ngaba botol yeh!

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In Balinese:   Saget teka sang kidang tur ngomong, “Ih Tiwas, apa kaalih ditu?” Masaut I Tiwas tur nasarin pesan, “Tiang ngalih saang teken paku.” “Lakar anggon apa ngalih paku?” Masaut I Tiwas, “Lakar anggon tiang jukut.” “Ih Tiwas, lamun nyai nyak nyeluk jit nirane, ditu ada pabaang nira teken nyai!”

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In Balinese:   Maninne I Sugih ka umahne I Tiwas matakon, “Ih Tiwas, dije nyai maan slake liu?” Masaut I Tiwas, “Kene mbok, ibi tiang ka alase ngalih lakar jukut.

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In Balinese:   Liu ada punyan jukut di abiane Kirin.

In English:   Where do they go?

In Indonesian:   Kemana kira-kira mereka pergi?

In Balinese:   Puisi-puisinyane taler prasida kapanggihin ring makudang-kudang Antologi pasamudanan, minakadi: “Angin” (Teater Angin, Denpasar, 1997), “Catatan Kepedulian” (Jukut Ares, Tabanan, 1999), “Ginanti Pelangi” (Jineng Smasta, Tabanan, 1999), “Art and Peace” (Buratwangi, Denpasar, 2000), “Gelak Esai & Ombak Sajak Anno 2001” (Kompas, 2001), “Hijau Kelon & Puisi 2002” (Kompas, 2002), “Ning: Antologi Puisi 16 Penyair Indonesia” (Sanggar Purbacaraka, Denpasar, 2002), “Malaikat Biru Kota Hobart” (Logung Pustaka, 2004), “Roh: Kumpulan Puisi Penyair Bali-Jawa Barat” (bukupop, Jakarta, 2005), “Karena Namaku Perempuan” (FKY, 2005), “Selendang Pelangi” (Indonesia Tera, 2006), “Herbarium: Antologi Puisi 4 Kota” (Pustaka Pujangga, Lamongan, 2007), “Rainbow” (Indonesia Tera, 2008), “Couleur Femme” (Forum Jakarta-Paris & AF Denpasar, 2010).

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In Balinese:   Vivi taler ngamolihang makudang-kudang panugrahan sastra, makadin ipun “lima terbaik” lomba catatan kecil sane kalaksanayang olih Komunitas Jukut Ares Tabanan (1999), “Sepuluh Terbaik” Lomba cipta puisi pelajar SLTA tingkat nasional sane kalaksanayang Jineng Smasta Tabanan (1999), jayanti II lomba cipta puisi dalam pecan orientasi kelautan sane kalaksanayang olih Fakultas Sastra Unud (1999), “Sembilan Puisi Terbaik” Art and Peace 1999.

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  1. F. Eiseman, Proverbs. 1987