Masiat

  • at war; to wage war; to fight
Andap
masiat
Kasar
masiat
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

Cara wayange masiat, yadiastun sai maiegan ajak adinne sakewala ia tetep enu manyama ajak dadua.
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Like a puppet fight, although often quarreling with one’s younger brother, still maintaining a relationship (note: there is always a big fight scene in a wayang performance, but, afterwards, the puppets are put back in their box together; said about people who have had a fight, but who are now friendly again).

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⚙ Usage examples pulled from the Virtual Library


In Balinese:   kola tusing bani tuun adi, adi dogen suba masiat ngelawan I Benaru.

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In Balinese:   Duk sasih kapat manut kalender Bali, wenten tradisi masiat ring Desa Seraya, Karangasem wewidangan kangin.

In English:   In the fourth month of the Balinese calendar, or Sasih Kapat, there is a war ritual in Seraya Village, eastern Karangasem.

In Indonesian:   Pada bulan keempat kalender Bali, atau Sasih Kapat, ada ritual perang di Desa Seraya, Karangasem bagian timur.

In Balinese:   Nenten je truna-truna kemanten sane sareng masiat pandan, para alit-alite taler sareng.

In English:   During the Pandanus War, young men combat with one another by using thorny pandanus and rattan shield.

In Indonesian:   Pada saat Perang Pandan, pemuda laki-laki berduel dengan menggunakan perisai rotan dan senjata pandan berduri.

In Balinese:   Duk Siat Pandan, yowanane sane lanang masiat sareng kalih nganggen ron pandan maduwi lan tameng malakar aji ulat-ulatan penyalin.

In English:   During the Pandanus War, young men combat with one another by using thorny pandanus and rattan shield.

In Indonesian:   Pada saat Perang Pandan, pemuda laki-laki berduel dengan menggunakan perisai rotan dan senjata pandan berduri.

In Balinese:   Jaka Berung lantas mesuang glewangne tur masiat nglawan nagane.

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In Balinese:   Dong cingakin tundun titiange,” keto I Gajah nujuhang tundune ane matatu tur magetih. “Titiang wawu masiat nglawan manusa.

In English:  

In Indonesian:   Kamu diam saja di sini,” kata harimau.

In Balinese:   Toh nguda, titiang ane aget polih masekolah, ngelah keneh buku kakene?! “Duh, nduk setonden masiat, nirdon asané dadi cucu veteran!” kenten titiang ngedekin padewekan.

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In English:   Why do I, who was lucky to be in school, have a thought like that?

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In Indonesian:   Jangan sombong, congkak, angkuh, semena-mena dan merusak keindahan Ibu pertiwi.

In Balinese:   Tusing joh uling tongos I Semut Api lan I Sidem masiat, ngenah iring-iringan semut mawarna coklat.

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In Indonesian:   Ada pula yang berteriak karena isi perutnya terburai.
  1. Fred Eiseman