Malukat

mlukt/
  • throw away dirty things, bathe, be purified (Verb)
  • Refers to activities involving purifying one's self, going to a source of water to ask permission of God, and using the water to purify one's self. (Noun)
Andap
malukat
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

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Tiang jagi malukat.
[example 1]
I want to be purified.

I Luh: Dadi sibarengan niki nangkil ka Pura Tirta Empul? Dewi: Nggih, Mbok lakar malukat tur nunas tirta penyucian.
[example 2]
I Luh: What a coincident that we both are here at Tirta Empul Temple? Dewi: Yes, I am going to perform a purification and also ask for holy water.

⚙ Usage examples pulled from the Virtual Library


In Balinese:   Ring rahina puniki, krama Hindune ring Bali matangi semeng pisan, sampun kenten malukat antuk toya anyar.

In English:   On this day, the Hindu people in Bali wake up in the morning, then they take holy bath (melukat) with holy water.

In Indonesian:   Pada hari ini, umat Hindu di Bali bangun pagi-pagi, lalu mandi dengan air suci.

In Balinese:   Lacur pisan, dresta indik Banyu Pinaruh puniki akehan kalaksanayang nyantos malukat kemanten.

In English:   [EN] A day after Saraswati day is called Banyu Pinaruh.

In Indonesian:   [ID] Sehari setelah hari raya Saraswati disebut Banyu Pinaruh.

In Balinese:   Manut dresta ring akudang wawengkon Bali, i rerama taler malukat rikala upacara puniki.

In English:   In some traditions, the parents take a holy bath (called malukat) during the procession.

In Indonesian:   Banyak sumbangan dan hadiah diberikan kepada para orang suci.
  1. Foto: Ayu Mandala, teks: Ari Dwijayanthi
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