Kaicen

  • to be given, be allowed (used before one eats) Note: this can only be used toward a person of higher status by one of lower status (Verb)
Andap
kaicen
Kasar
kabaang
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

Kaki kaicén tanah di Mengwi.
No translation exists for this example.

⚙ Usage examples pulled from the Virtual Library


In Balinese:   Tatujonne mangda sang sane nunas loloh punika kaicen manah sane kukuh gumanti setata tinut ring pamargi kabecikan.

In English:   Beside nasi pradnyan, the Hindus also drink juice of sweet leaves (Sauropus androgynus) mixed with sugar, salt and tamarind.

In Indonesian:   Tujuannya adalah agar yang meminumnya diberikan kemantapan pikiran agar selalu berada di jalan kebajikan.

In Balinese:   Wadwa bhatarane inggih punika carakan Ida Hyang Widhi sane kaicen kawenangan nginkinang sekancan dhatu ring bhuwanane.

In English:   The demigods (bhataras) are servants of the Supreme God who take charge of maintaining natural elements such as fire, water, air and so on.

In Indonesian:   Para dewa adalah abdi-abdi Tuhan Yang Maha Esa yang bertugas mengendalikan elemen-elemen alam.

In Balinese:   Duk palaksanan upacarane, anake sane jagi kaupacarain maseh tur kaicen wastra anyar sane luwih miwah kado saking kulawarga lan timpal-timpal ipun.

In English:   During the Mapandes ceremony, young people who will be given the blessing are well decorated and given gifts.

In Indonesian:   Saat upacara mapandes, anak muda yang akan diberikan pemberkatan dihias dengan baik dan diberikan hadiah.

In Balinese:   Upacara Matelu Bulanan inggih punika rahina ritatkala anake alit nunas lugra ring ibu pertiwi mangda kaicen ngawit napak tanah.

In English:   The Matelu Bulanan ceremony is the time when a baby takes permission and blessing from mother Earth (Pertiwi) to start his/her maiden step on the ground.

In Indonesian:   Upacara Matelu Bulanan adalah saat bayi memohon izin kepada Ibu Bumi (Prthiwi) untuk kali pertamanya menginjak tanah.

In Balinese:   Nika mawinan kramane nenten kaicen sirep rikala suryane kantun ngentag yening mikayunin paswecan artha brana tur karahayuan sane tan pegat salintang warsa.

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.

In Balinese:   Ubuh-ubuhane lantas kaicen dedaaran luwih, katirtain, kasambehin beras, tur kaanteb antuk sasontengan.

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