Lembu

  • supposedly only used by upper caste families, but this rule is not often observed
  • that is used as a sarcophagus at cremations
Andap
lembu
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

Umat Hindu ten dados ngajeng lembu
No translation exists for this example.

⚙ Usage examples pulled from the Virtual Library


In Balinese:   Rikala negak di beten punyan nangkane, I Lembu nakonin, “Mbooooo......!

In English:  

In Indonesian:   Ketika duduk di bawah pohon cempedak, seekor lembu bertanya, “Mboooo....!

In Balinese:   Kewala da sebet, icang nyidang nujuhin cai tongos maubad,” saut I Lembu.

“Dija tongosne ento, diolas tujuhin ja icang,” saut I Cicing Alas mapangapti.

“Kema cai ngidih tulung tekening I Kedis Cangak!

In English:  

In Indonesian:   Serigala itu duduk di bawah pohon randu.

In Balinese:   Manut ring dresta Wedane, koratan lembu kabawos suci tur dados kaanggen sarana panyucian utawi prayascitta.

In English:   In Vedic tradition, cow dung is considered sacred and becomes main ingredients for purificatory rituals (called prayascitta).

In Indonesian:   [ID] Tradisi Matimpugan dilakukan setiap tahun di Desa Tenganan Pagringsingan, Karangasem, dan merupakan bagian dari ritual pendewasaan bagi para daha (remaja perempuan) dan taruna (remaja laki-laki).

In Balinese:   Balap lembu puniki neren kawentenang nyabran warsa ring bulan Agustus.

In English:   Sampi Gerumbungan is a cattle racing tradition in Kaliasem Village, Lovina, Buleleng.

In Indonesian:   Sapi yang digunakan harus sapi jantan yang sehat dan kekar.

In Balinese:   Lembu ring Bali nerima pepayasan lan upacara pinih luwih duaning lembune satata nyarengin matekap ring sawah.

In English:   The cows are washed and dressed-up in clothes fit for humans and special cone shaped spiral of coconut leaves is placed on their horns.

In Indonesian:   Sapi-sapi dimandikan dan diberi pakaian, dan tanduknya dihias dengan lilitan janur menyerupai kerucut.

In Balinese:   Bhatara Kumara raris katuduh ngangon lembu, sakewanten ida gelis rumasa waneh.

In English:   Tutur Kumara Tattwa is an ancient Javanese text that tells about the birth of Bhatara Kumara, a god who always takes the form of a child.

In Indonesian:   Tutur Kumara Tattwa adalah teks berbahasa Jawa kuno yang mengisahkan tentang kelahiran Bhatara Kumara, seorang dewa yang senantiasa berwujud anak-anak.