- the standard cloth used by both men and women to wrap around the waist as a kind of skirt
- cloth is usually 2 1/2 meters long and 100 to 110 cm. wide, made of endek or batik
- it is not sewed into a tube, but it worn wrapped around the waist - counterclockwise for men, clockwise for women
Annerie: Bu, bisa menjelaskan pakaian Ibu dalam bahasa Bali?
Ibu: Bisa. Nganggon baju, nganggon senteng, nganggon kamben.Annerie: Suksma banget.
Annerie: Madam, can you explain your clothing in Balinese?
Iub: Yes, I can. I'm wearing a shirt, I'm wearing a scarf, and I'm wearing a waist cloth.Annerie: Thank you very much.
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⚙ Usage examples pulled from the Virtual Library
In Balinese: Mirib ke ento kamben pelung raksasa makebat di langite ane ngaenang pelung, wiadin tuara buka keto?
In English: Could it be a giant blue sari spread out to dry in the sky that makes it blue, or is it something else altogether?
In Indonesian: Mungkinkah itu kain sari biru raksasa terbentang di langit yang membuatnya biru, atau itu sesuatu yang lain sama sekali?