Lemeng

  • night refers to a 24 hour period, counter for days
Andap
lemeng
Kasar
Peteng
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

Peteng lemah ia megae ngalih pangupa jiwa
Every night and morning he always find a job for life

⚙ Usage examples pulled from the Virtual Library


In Balinese:   Sujatine, Kajeng Kliwon mawit saking rahina Ekadasi sane rauh nyabran molas lemeng.

In English:   Many people, therefore, take opportunity on this day to practice mystic capabilities and yogic powers.

In Indonesian:   Pada hari ekadasi, umat Hindu berpuasa dan menghindari kegiatan yang negatif.

In Balinese:   Rahina puniki rauh nyabran molas lemeng, rikala Kajeng lan Kliwon rauh ring rahina sane pateh.

In English:   This holiday falls every fifteen days according to Balinese calendar, when Kajeng day of three-day week meets Kliwon day in fife-day week (the Balinese has one-day week up to ten-day week calendar system.

In Indonesian:   Apabila kajeng kliwon jatuh pada minggu sebelum purnama, maka disebut kajeng kliwon enyitan.

In Balinese:   Kacritayang jani, tatkala tengah lemeng para kakule mapupul nyangkepang unduk pacentokan nglawan I Kidang. “Cai ngae gara-gara gen, ngudiang I Kijang nemin.

In English:  

In Indonesian:   Si Siput sawah tak menyahut.

In Balinese:   [BA] Dasa lemeng sasampun Galungan inggih punika rahina Kuningan.

In English:   [EN] Ten days after Galungan day is called Kuningan.

In Indonesian:   [ID] Sepuluh hari setelah Galungan adalah hari raya Kuningan.
[[Word example text ban::[BA] Dasa lemeng sasampun Galungan inggih punika rahina Kuningan.| ]]

In Balinese:   Ngedas tengahing lemeng, akeh margine kaempel.

In English:   On the day of Ngarupuk, the Balinese commonly prepare daily needs to welcome Nyepi day.

In Indonesian:   Menjelang tengah malam, banyak jalan ditutup dan para pecalang melakukan tugasnya.

In Balinese:   Yaning krama Hindune maosin ‘arahina’, nika ngawit suryane medal nyantos semeng benjangne, nenten sakadi paitungan modern sane ngawit ring tengahi lemeng.

In English:   If a Hindu mentions ‘a day’, it always means from sunrise until the next sunrise.

In Indonesian:   Apabila orang Hindu menyebut satu hari, maka itu berarti dari matahari terbit hingga matahari terbit berikutnya, bukan dihitung dari tengah malam.