Kober

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  • square or rectangular flag carried in religious procession. Sometimes: any flag or the decoration of a sampian or other parts of an offering that forms a small flag at the end of a coconut leaf, created by cutting away attachments of the leaf below the base of the flag so it is supported only by the lid. Vs. kober, without taling = to acquiesce, be willing or able (compare kobar = flame)
  • wiling
  • be able to
  • acquiesce
Media
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Kasar
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Northern Form
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Usage Examples

⚙ Usage examples pulled from the Virtual Dictionary


In Balinese:   Barong sane kasuciang madaging wastra marajah kinalang ring kanta, kereb, umbul-umbul miwah pengawin (kober sane merajah).

In English:   Sacred barongs always have sacred cloth with rajah (Balinese protective calligraphy) on their necks, umbrellas, sacred banners and pengawin (sacred flags).

In Indonesian:   Barong yang disucikan biasanya memiliki kain rajah di bagian leher, payung, umbul-umbul dan pengawin (bendera yang disucikan).