labuh

l bu ;,
  • spilled
  • general word for fall
  • fall over from standing position (people, not things)
  • vs. ulung = fallen down or tuun = fall or go down on purpose, e.g. airplane landing
Andap
labuh
Kasar
labuh
Alus sor
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Alus mider
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Alus madya
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Alus singgih
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Mider
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Bali dataran dialect
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Bali aga dialect
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Usage Examples

Ia labuh uli duur temboke.
[example 1]
No translation exists for this example.

Suba kadung ilang mas-masan ane mara beline ibi sanja, buka nuturang tuak labuh, sing ada gunane.
[example 2]
That set of gold accessories that was bought last night has been lost now, talking about it again is useless like talking about spilled palm wine (said of taking about something that has already happened and wishing it could be otherwise but not being able to do anything about it).

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Ia labuh mabuah jaka.
He falls down like having a jaka fruit. [proverb] The name for ‘jaka’ (sugar palm) fruit is ‘beluluk’. (Mabuah jaka = beluluk [AMP]) The word for ‘rolling over’, or ‘rolling around over and over’ is ‘ngeluluk’. It is one of the onomatopoeic sounds. So if one falls down ‘beluluk’ (having a sugar palm fruit), one falls down rolling over and over, ‘ngeluluk’. A far-fetched pun

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Dandan anak buta; kayang iraga labuh.
[example 3]
Led by a blind person; including I fall down. If I am led by a blind person, and if he falls down, then I will fall down also. Used when someone who does not know something tries to teach or lead someone else.

⚙ Usage examples pulled from the Virtual Library


In Balinese:   Tusing ja masyarakate dogen ane ngiah-ngiuh krana viruse ene, Para dokter masi milu mlaib labuh nanganin anake ane kena virus.

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In Balinese:   Yéning dados titiang icénin gegambaran, rikala labuh ring marginé, motor suba benyah latig, nanging sametoné sané makta sepéda motor inucap tuah matatu gigis.

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In Balinese:   Tusing ja masyarakate dogen ane ngiah-ngiuh krana viruse ene, Para dokter masi milu mlaib labuh nanganin anake ane kena virus.

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In Indonesian:   Saat ini ada yang terkenal tapi bukan artis korea, bukan juga youtuber, ia adalah virus.

In Balinese:   Yéning dados titiang icénin gegambaran, rikala labuh ring marginé, motor suba benyah latig, nanging sametoné sané makta sepéda motor inucap tuah matatu gigis.

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In Balinese:   Apabuin buron cenik, sinah bah labuh tangtangin.

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In Indonesian:   Kaki Lingsir berikan pertimbangan. “Tut, jangan terlalu di ambil hati perkataan ketua kita.

In Balinese:   Tusing sengguhina teken i Elise ada mobil liwat lan nambrak Elise kanti labuh ka jalane.

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In Balinese:   Wenten taler upacara sane kabawos Labuh Gentuh ring akudang pradesa ring Bali.

In English:   This ceremony is usually performed on the full moon’s day of Kapat (October-November) or Kedasa (March-April).

In Indonesian:   Apabila suatu ritual tidak dibarengi dengan pendidikan karakter yang berbasis lingkungan hidup, maka generasi selanjutnya tidak akan memahami makna pelestarian alam.

In Balinese:   Ring pamargin upacara Labuh Gentuh, kramane nunas ica tur ngastiti ring Hyang Widhi mangda kaicen masa sane tegteg, tetanduran sane mupu mebet, tur wit toya sane nenten naenin nyat.

In English:   In the Labuh Gentuh ceremony, people ask for blessings from God so that He gives regular seasons, abundant harvests, and water sources that never dry up.

In Indonesian:   Dalam upacara Labuh Gentuh, orang-orang memohon berkat dari Tuhan agar diberikan musim yang teratur, panen yang berlimpah, serta sumber air yang tidak pernah kering.

In Balinese:   Kaon pisan, pamargin upacara Labuh Gentuhe nenten kasarengin antuk pangajahan mantuka ring alit-alite mangda nenten setata ngalgal alas tur ngebah taru kadi sapakahyun.

In English:   Unfortunately, the implementation of the Labuh Gentuh ceremony is often not accompanied by education for the community, especially to stop cutting the forest and trees irresponsibly.

In Indonesian:   Sayang sekali, pelaksanaan upacara Labuh Gentuh sering tidak disertai pendidikan bagi masyarakat agar tidak menggunduli hutan dan menebang pohon sembarangan.

In Balinese:   Gentuh mateges “subur” utawi “tanah sane gembur” lan labuh mateges “rauh”.

In English:   Unfortunately, the implementation of the Labuh Gentuh ceremony is often not accompanied by education for the community, especially to stop cutting the forest and trees irresponsibly.

In Indonesian:   Sayang sekali, pelaksanaan upacara Labuh Gentuh sering tidak disertai pendidikan bagi masyarakat agar tidak menggunduli hutan dan menebang pohon sembarangan.

In Balinese:   Umpamin ipun, wenten anak alit sering pisan labuh, sering keni pinyungkan tur kereng pisan ngipi kaon.

In English:   In essence, bayuh oton is a special offering made according to the child's birthday.

In Indonesian:   Sebagai contoh, ada anak yang sering jatuh, sering sakit atau sering mengalami mimpi buruk.

In Balinese:   Duh

Ane jani makejang malaib labuh Ngalih peluang usaha angkah ungkuh Kanggong apang payu meli mi ajak taluh

Apang tusing ulian pirus iraga macucuh

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  1. Kamus Bali - Indonesia, Dinas Pendidikan Dasar, Provinsi Bali 1991
  2. Fred Eiseman
  3. Fred Eiseman Jr - Proverbs, 1987