Lebuh

  • immediately outside of house entrance
  • front of house, outside gate, next to the street (vs. lemba = front, a general term)
Andap
lebuh
Kasar
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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

Titiang ngaturang canang sari ring lebuh
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⚙ Usage examples pulled from the Virtual Library


In Balinese:   Pateh sakadi Tumpek, ring rahina Anggara kasih para krama Hindune ngaturang segehan (lelabaan sane pinih alit) ring lebuh lan natah paumahan.

In English:   Anggara Kasih is also called Anggara Kliwon day and repeats every thirty-five days.

In Indonesian:   Anggara kasih juga disebut hari Anggara kliwon dan berulang setiap tia puluh lima hari sekali.

In Balinese:   Di lebuh kaaturang nasi wong-wongan ane ulam, warna, miwah wangune suba kaiket baan uger-uger apang tusing sanget muara tempang.

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In Indonesian:  

In Balinese:   Di lebuh kaaturang nasi wong-wongan ane ulam, warna, miwah wangune suba kaiket baan uger-uger apang tusing sanget muara tempang.

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In Indonesian:  

In Balinese:   Dumun tradisi puniki ketah kabaos Nyakan di Lebuh, Nyakan di Rurung utawi Nyakan di Pamesuan.

In English:   It was formerly called Nyakan di Lebuh, Nyakan di Rurung or Nyakan di Pamesuan.

In Indonesian:   Dahulu tradisi ini dinamai Nyakan di Lebuh, Nyakan di Rurung atau Nyakan di Pamesuan.

In Balinese:   Sadurung dauh semeng, sasampun lintang jam roras wengi, para wargine makasami mataki-taki makta perabot lan lakar ajengan ka lebuh.

In English:   Nyakan Diwang means 'cooking in front of the house'.

In Indonesian:   Nyakan Diwang bermakna ‘memasak di depan rumah’.

In Balinese:   Nyakan Diwang mateges ‘ngrateng ring lebuh utawi rurung ring arep pomahan.

In English:   Nyakan Diwang means 'cooking in front of the house'.

In Indonesian:   Nyakan Diwang bermakna ‘memasak di depan rumah’.

In Balinese:   sekat ipun rauh

kramané daah duuh tan purun lunga ka lebuh

santukan panglalah ipun aluh

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In Indonesian: