Mabunga

  • to have flowers
Media
mabunga
Kasar
Unknown [edit]
Halus
Unknown [edit]
Northern Form
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Usage Examples

Ngewaluh mabunga di jit.
"Having a gourd (or squash or pumpkin) with a flowery bottom." Vivid image of showing off one's butt as if it was something beautiful. Bottoms of such fruits/vegetables are plain with nothing to see, so this means real arrogance. It's like the English, "Loving the smell of one's own farts."

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Ngewaluh mabunga di jit.
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Literally: Like a drinking gourd that has flowers on the bottom. Bragging.

⚙ Usage examples pulled from the Virtual Dictionary


In Balinese:   Naskah drama nyane sane mamurda “Masan Cengkehe Mabunga” polih juara kapertama rikala sayembara penulisan drama sane kaadaang olih Listibiya Bali warsa 1978, miwah novel “Lan Jani” polih juara kalih rikala sayembara sane kelaksanayang olih Lembaga Bahasa Singaraja warsa 1974, lan kawedar marupa cakepan warsa 2002.

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In Balinese:   Kakawian marupa drama

Brantakan (1978) Masan Cengkehe Nedeng Mabunga (1978) Kuuk (1978) Lelakut (1999) Dukana Pujangga (2002) Saat Terakhir (2002) Demo (2003) Sepasrah Kisah di Goa Gajah (2004) Kirana (2005) Dewi Sakuntala Nembang Girang di Bukit Gersang (2008) Mabela Pati (2013) Kuuk (2013) Jepun Putih Akatih (2013) Mulih (2013) Dukana Pujangga (2013) Penggak(2013) Dadi Ati (2013) Jayaprana Layonsari (2013)

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  1. F. Eiseman - PROVERBS, 1987