Kesepiank s) pê n/
- lonely, lonesome
- actually means in a place where it is quiet
- but since Balinese people do not enjoy solitude, but do enjoy noisy, busy places, the word is always interpreted as loney or lonesome, because one is in a place where it is quiet. Quiet places are thought of as being tenget or anker (charged with supernatural power).
Bali dataran dialect
Bali aga dialect
Sabilang peteng ia marasa kasepian sesukat kalahin kurenan mati.
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