Keris

  • sword (Noun)
  • short sword that possess considerable magical power and must be treated with great respect (Noun)
  • some have wavy blades (Noun)
  • almost always worn by male dancers slung across the back, handle to the right (Noun)
  • an important part of Balinese traditonal dress for such events as weddings, tooth filings, and so on. (Noun)
Media
keris
Kasar
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Halus
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Northern Form
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Usage Examples

⚙ Usage examples pulled from the Virtual Library


In Balinese:   Sangkaning kepradnyanan I Grantang mayuda, dadosne I Grantang polih galah nebek basangne I Benaru nganti betel antuk keris pajenengan purine.

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In Balinese:   Akudang pusaka druwe marupa keris lan tapel kairing ngiderin desa.

In English:   There are boar barongs from Pura Puseh, tiger barongs from Pura Kaja, some fierceful-looking rangdas, and a golden barong from Pura Dalem.

In Indonesian:   Beberapa pusaka seperti keris dan topeng juga diarak keliling desa.

In Balinese:   Buku pupulan cerpennyane sane sampun kamedalang inggih punika Cakra Punarbhawa (Gramedia, 2005), Purnama di Atas Pura (Grasindo, 2005), Perempuan yang Mengawini Keris (Jalasutra, 2011).

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