Kedis

  • two
  • any of several types of Munia (bird)
  • see perit
Media
kedis
Kasar
Unknown [edit]
Halus
Unknown [edit]
Northern Form
Unknown [edit]

Usage Examples

Liang kenehne Pan Kocong maan undangan ka umah Pan Gede Dana, sawireh Pan Gede Dana mula kasub aji kasugihan. Sakewala, cara kedis perite malali ka punyan bingine; payu maan ngetis nanging basangne puyung. Kanti peteng ia tusing maan yeh ning.
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Pan Kocong was really excited when he got an invitation to Pan Gede Dana's house because Pan Gede Dana is well known for his prosperity. Alas, just like a sparrow in a banyan tree; it can stay in a shady tree but it's tummy is empty. Until night he did not get even any water to drink.

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⚙ Usage examples pulled from the Virtual Library


In Balinese:   Cakepan-cakepan dané sané sampun kawedar luiré:

Kenangan demi Kenangan (1981) Puisi Seputar Dunia – Terjemahan (1984) Sajak-sajak Timur Jauh dalam Terjemahan (1985) Gumam Seputar Aprésiasi Sastra : Sejumlah Ésai dan Catatan (1985) Perbandingan Kata dan Istilah bahasa Malaysia-Indonésia (1987) Mengenal Sastra Bali Modérn (1991) Kamus Istilah Sastra Indonésia (1991) Wajah Tuhan: di Mata Penyair (1994) Cerita Rakyat dari Bali 2 (1997) Rerasan Sajeroning Désa (Pupulan Puisi Bali, 2000) Duh Ratnayu: Tembang Kawi Mendamba Cinta (2001) Tafsir Simbolik Cerita Bagus Diarsa (2002) Ning Brahman (Pupulan Puisi Bali, 2002) SungaiMu (2004) Somah (Pupulan Puisi Bali, 2008)

Niki wantah silih sinunggil puisi kakawiannyané sané mamurda “Patapan I Kedis” sané kamuat ring cakepan pupulan puisi Bali anyar dané sané mamurda “Somah (2008)”

In English:  

In Indonesian:  

In Balinese:   I Pucung kone gegaenne tuwah mapikat di carike, nanging ke nyalah unduk pajalanne mapikat krana ia mikatin kedis masan padi tonden serab.

In English:   Reputedly I Pucung's job was only catching birds in the rice fields, but his journey was in vain because he hunted birds when the paddy had not been fruitful.

In Indonesian:   Pekerjaan I Pucung konon katanya hanya menangkap burung di sawah, Namun perjalananya menjadi sia-sia karena ia berburu burung saat padi belum berbuah.

In Balinese:   Dadi tusing pesan kone ia taen maan kedis, wireh tusing ada kedis ngalih amah krana padine mara ngandeg beling, tonden pesu buah.

In English:   So he did not get any birds at all, considering that there were no birds looking for food because his paddy just had the ovary, the fruit had not come out yet.

In Indonesian:   Jadi ia katanya sama sekali tidak mendapatkan burung, mengingat tidak ada burung yang mencari makan karena padinya baru membentuk bakal buah, belum keluar buah.

In Balinese:   Ane malu dialase ada kedis madan kedis Sangsiah teken Bojog.

In English:   Once upon a time in the forest there was a bird named weaverbird, and a monkey.

In Indonesian:   Dahulu kala di hutan ada burung bernama burung manyar, dan kera.

In Balinese:   Mara keto munyin I Sangsiahe, jeg gedeg tur jengah I Bojog, lantas masaut bangras I Bojog. “Ih, iba kedis Sangsiah, kenken to munyin ibane to i busan?

In English:   Only building a house, you can’t do it!

In Indonesian:   Baru begitu bicara si burung manyar, si kera spontan marah bercampur malu, lalu si kera menyahut galak. “He, kamu burung manyar, bagaimana itu perkataanmu tadi?

In Balinese:   Keto liun bunga lan warna, keto liun kedis nguci lan semal makecos di saiter Meenu!

In English:   So many flowers, so many colours, so many birds and squirrels chirping and jumping around Meenu!

In Indonesian:   Begitu banyak bunga dan warna, begitu banyak burung berkicau dan tupai melompat di sekitar Meenu!

In Balinese:   Beh ngencorong paningalan I Naga Basukih neeng Gunung Sinunggale, yan rasa-rasaang tulen ja buka kedis sikepe di benengan nyander pitike kagangsaranne I Naga Basukih ngepet-ngepetang muncuk gununge.

In English:  

In Indonesian:  

In Balinese:   Buina jerone kaliwat sombong pesan.” Mare ningeh ada kedis cerik ane mamunyi keto, pedih Sang Muun tur mesaut banggras, “Ah, iba kedis cerik, mapi-mapi tuara nawang.

In English:  

In Indonesian:   Lagi pula kamu sangat sombong.” Baru mendengar ada burung kecil berbicara seperti itu, Sang Muun marah dan menjawab dengan suara besar dan keras, “Eh, Kamu burung kecil, pura- pura tidak tahu.

In Balinese:   Iba soroh kedis kapecit, nagih ngalahang kai.

In English:  

In Indonesian:   Kamu hanya seekor burung kecil, mau mengalahkan aku.

In Balinese:   Ne dong iwasin tain kaine!” Sang Muun bengong ngiwasin tainne Sang Lanjana, tur merasa teken dewek kalahang kedis cenik.

In English:  

In Indonesian:   Ini coba perhatikan kotoranku!” Sang Muun terbengong melihat kotorannya Sang Lanjana, dan merasa terkalahkan oleh burung kecil.

In Balinese:   Sedeng itepa kedise cerik-cerik ngalih amah, saget ada kedis gede pesan teka uli delod pasih.

In English:  

In Indonesian:   Sedang asyiknya burung- burung kecil mencari makan, tiba- tiba ada burung besar datang dari selatan pantai.

In Balinese:   Buina tuara merasa tendasne tinggahina baan Sang Lanjana, mapan Sang Lanjana madewek kedis cerik.

In English:  

In Indonesian:  

In Balinese:   Kacerita jani ada kedis cerik ngindang ba duur, madan Sang Lanjana.

In English:  

In Indonesian:   Diceritakan sekarang ada burung kecil terbang di atas, bernama Sang Lanjana.

In Balinese:   Jengah pesan ia nepukin ada kedis gede, bareng ngalih amah sig tongos kedise cerik-cerik.

In English:  

In Indonesian:   Sangat jengkel ia melihat ada burung besar, ikut mencari makan di tempat burung- burung kecil.
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