Kramane

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  • the villager; the citizens; member of society (Noun)
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Usage Examples

Sinah kramané kéweh luas kemu mai krana tusing ada mambaan entasin.
[example 1]
The villagers would surely have difficulties going anywhere without being able to ford the river without the bridge.

⚙ Usage examples pulled from the Virtual Dictionary


In Balinese:   Duaning punika, pamerintah sinareng para pamucuk agamane sampun nombang kramane nganggen lelakaran aprani anggen lakar penjor.

In English:   Based on that, the government, in cooperation with religious authorities forbid the people from using non-organic materials for penjors.

In Indonesian:   Berdasarkan hal itu, pemerintah bekerja sama dengan otoritas keagamaan melarang penggunaan bahan-bahan anorganik untuk bahan penjor.

In Balinese:   Ring rahina Galungan lan Kuningan, bebarongan sane pinaka pangraksa wawengkon desa lunga malancaran kalih ngicen waranugraha lan suraksa ring kramane.

In English:   On Galungan and Kuningan day, the barongs who are guardian angels of the village go around to give blessings and protection to the people.

In Indonesian:   Pada hari suci Galungan dan Kuningan, para barong yang adalah penjaga wilayah desa berkeliling untuk memberikan berkat dan perlindungan bagi warga.

In Balinese:   Pidan ja wenten bancana, akeh anak malaksana papa, lan palemahan kramane usak, kramane gumanti ngelaksanayang Ngusaba.

In English:   Instead, it is an occasional ceremony.

In Indonesian:   Kapan pun terjadi bencana, banyak perbuatan berdosa dan lingkungan rusak, maka warga desa melakukan ngusaba.

In Balinese:   Rikala wengi, kramane mresidang nyingakin langit sane galang pinepekan bintang.

In English:   Thanks to Nyepi day, because it reduces 20,000 tons of CO2 emission in the air and save 4,000 kiloliters of petrol.

In Indonesian:   Berkat hari raya Nyepi, Bali mengurangi 20.000 ton emisi karbondioksida dan menghemat 4.000 kiloliter bahan bakar minyak.

In Balinese:   Kramane nyuciang jero soang-soang lan palemahan saking sekancan mala sekala lan niskala.

In English:   You usually can see ogoh-ogoh festivals all around.

In Indonesian:   Anda biasanya bisa melihat pawai ogoh-ogoh di berbagai wilayah.

In Balinese:   Dudonan pangubhaktine kirang langkung pateh sakadi Galungan,—kramane rauh tangkil ring pura, maaturan, wenten makudang-kudang woh-wohan lan sanganan, turmaning akeh jerone rame saantukan prati santanane rauh budal makasami.

In English:   The procession is similar to Galungan,—people come temples to pray, there are many fruits and cakes, and houses adorned with laughter and happiness of the homecoming relatives.

In Indonesian:   Prosesinya hampir sama dengan perayaan Galungan,—orang-orang datang ke pura untuk bersembahyang, ada banyak buah dan kue, serta rumah yang ramai oleh sanak keluarga yang pulang kampung.

In Balinese:   Sawusan matur piuning ring Bhatari Laksmi, kramane nunas lungsuran.

In English:   It is said in the Vedic Scriptures that Goddess Lakmsi is always present where there is no quarrel.

In Indonesian:   Dinyatakan dalam Kitab Suci Veda bahwa Dewi Laksmi senantiasa hadir di mana tidak ada pertengkaran.

In Balinese:   Yaning kramane nenten mrasidayang rumaksa kasutreptian jagat, tur yaning ring pasametonan kulawarga setata uyut, Bhatari Laksmi lan Bhatara Narayana matilar saking genah punika.

In English:   The family will be bereft of wealth and fortune.

In Indonesian:   Keluarga itu akan kehilangan kekayaan dan kemujuran dalam hidupnya.

In Balinese:   Ring makasami kramane sane rauh, wenten aratus-ratus anak lanang lan wantah sasur anak istri sane kapaica nyarengin ngayah ring Siat Sampian.

In English:   Among all who attend the ceremony, there are hundreds of men and only 35 women chosen as participants through a sacred ceremony called mapekeling.

In Indonesian:   Di antara semua yang hadir, ada ratusan laki-laki dan hanya sekitar 35 perempuan yang dipilih melalui prosesi ritual mapekeling untuk melaksanakan prosesi ini.

In Balinese:   Tan ring Pura Dalem kemanten, wenten taler kramane majagra ring parahyangan sekolah, Pura Jagatnatha turmaning kahyangan-kahyangan lianan ring jagat Bali lan Indonesia.

In English:   Commonly, the Balinese pray on Sivaratri day at Pura Dalem temple, for it is a holy place for Lord Siva according to Balinese Hindu tradition.

In Indonesian:   Tidak hanya di Pura Dalem, ada juga sebagian masyarakat yang melek semalam suntuk di parahyangan sekolah, Pura Jagatnatha atau pura-pura besar lainnya di seluruh Bali dan Indonesia.

In Balinese:   Kaaptiang mangda kramane sami negtegang kahyun mangda prasida ngawiweka dharma lan adharma.

In English:   The Balinese stay awake in the entire night to pray and meditate.

In Indonesian:   Pada malam Sivaratri, masyarakat Bali diharapkan mengheningkan pikiran agar mampu memilah antara kebajikan dan keburukan.

In Balinese:   Dresta sane dumun nguningayang mangda kramane ngaturang banten alit ring panyirepan.

In English:   Although Soma Ribek has now become less popular than Galungan and Nyepi, the significance of this celebration is very important.

In Indonesian:   Walaupun Soma Ribek tidak sepopuler Galungan atau Nyepi, manfaat hari raya ini sangatlah penting.

In Balinese:   Duaning rahina puniki wantah rahina pininget Bhatari Laksmi lan Bhatara Madhusudana (Wisnu, rabin Ida nityasa), kramane nunas ica pangraksa ring artha brana miwah kaweruhan ipun.

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In Balinese:   Nika mawinan kramane nenten kaicen sirep rikala suryane kantun ngentag yening mikayunin paswecan artha brana tur karahayuan sane tan pegat salintang warsa.

In English:   Since this holiday is special for Goddess Laksmi and Lord Madhusudana (Lord Wisnu, her eternal consort), people pray for protection of wealth and knowledge.

In Indonesian:   Karena hari ini adalah hari khusus untuk Dewi Laksmi dan Bhatara Madhusudana (Wisnu, pasangan kekal-Nya), orang-orang berdoa memohon perlindungan atas kekayaan dan pengetahuan mereka.

In Balinese:   Saking sedek pamerintah nombang kramane ngangge tas plastik, krama Baline sayan ngaresepin kasujatian Sugihan Jawi lan Sugihan Bali ring urip sakala.

In English:   Commonly, there would be a lot of plastic bags scattered after big holidays.

In Indonesian:   Biasanya, banyak plastik bertebaran setelah hari raya.

In Balinese:   Raris, kramane mesaa asih ring tarune mangda ipun mabuah akeh tur ngerampyak ring Galungan sane jagi rauh.

In English:   Then the Balinese talk to the plants with affection so that they bear many nice fruits for the next Galungan day.

In Indonesian:   Kemudian, warga bicara dengan pohon dengan kasih sayang, agar pohon itu berbuah lebat saat Galungan nanti.

In Balinese:   Kramane ngaturang bebantenan ring sawah, nyolekin bubuh tepung beras akidik ring bongkol tarune.

In English:   They put some offerings in the rice fields, put a pinch of rice flour poridge (called bubuh) upon a tree's branch.

In Indonesian:   Warga mempersembahkan sesajen di sawah, mencolek sedikit bubur tepung beras di batang pohon.
  1. https://dictionary.basabali.org/Childrens_Book_Luh_Ayu_Manik_Mas,_Tresna_ring_Alas