Mateges

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Usage Examples

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⚙ Usage examples pulled from the Virtual Dictionary


In Balinese:   Eka Dasa Rudra mateges ‘solas Rudra’.

In English:   Eka Dasa Rudra means ‘eleven Rudras’.

In Indonesian:   Eka Dasa Rudra berarti ‘sebelas Rudra’.

In Balinese:   Galungan mawit saking kruna ‘galung’ ring basa Jawi purwa sane mateges ‘jaya’.

In English:   Galungan is derived from an old Javanese root adjective ‘galung’ which means ‘victorious’.

In Indonesian:   Galungan berasal dari kata ‘galung’ dalam bahasa Jawa kuno yang berarti ‘menang’.

In Balinese:   Witnyane saking kruna ‘lawang’ mateges ‘kori’.

In English:   It comes from the word ‘lawang’ which means ‘gate’.

In Indonesian:   Asal katanya dari ‘lawang’ yang berarti gerbang.

In Balinese:   Kamargiang ring rahina Wrespati Kliwon Langkir, upacara sane rame lan ramyaksara puniki langkungan mateges prayascitta tur nulak sengkala.

In English:   Ngerebeg at Tegal Darmasaba village, Badung, is something different.

In Indonesian:   Berlangsung pada hari Kamis Kliwon Langkir, upacara yang biasanya ramai dan spektakuler ini lebih mengarah pada tradisi ruwatan dan penolak bala.

In Balinese:   Cutetne, Pagerwesi mateges ngeraksa dewek ring peteng ning manah.

In English:   The special thing is that Pagerwesi means to protect oneself from darkness of mind.

In Indonesian:   Intinya, Pagerwesi memiliki makna melindungi diri dari kegelapan pikiran.

In Balinese:   Wit kruna palebon inggih punika lebu, mateges ‘kadadosang ebuk’.

In English:   Palebon is derived from the root ‘lebu’ which means ‘turn to ashes’.

In Indonesian:   Asal kata palebon adalah lebu, yang artinya ‘terurai menjadi debu’.

In Balinese:   Raos lianan kruna puniki inggih punika ngaben, mawit saking ‘abuin’, mateges ‘dadosang abu’.

In English:   Its synonym is ngaben, which comes from the word ‘abuin’ (to turn to ash).

In Indonesian:   Sinonim kata ini adalah ngaben, yang asal katanya ‘abuin’, yang berarti ‘menjadikan abu’.

In Balinese:   Sabuh Mas mateges ‘mas suci sane matumpuk’.

In English:   Sabuh Mas literally means ‘sacred piles of gold’, and as the name suggests, it is a day to worship Goddess Laksmi for incessant wealth.

In Indonesian:   Sabuh Mas secara harfiah berarti ‘tumpukan emas yang suci’, dan sebagaimana yang bisa ditebak dari nama itu, Sabuh Mas adalah hari untuk memuja Dewi Laksmi demi kekayaan yang berlimpah.

In Balinese:   Rahina Saraswati mateges rahina tedunnyane widya utawi kaweruhan manut ring padrestan krama Hindu ring Bali.

In English:   Saraswati day is the advent of knowledge according to Balinese Hindu belief.

In Indonesian:   Hari Saraswati adalah hari turunnya ilmu pengetahuan menurut kepercayaan masyarakat Hindu Bali.

In Balinese:   Siwaratri mateges ‘wengining Bhatara Siwa”.

In English:   Sivaratri means ‘night of Siva’.

In Indonesian:   Sivaratri berarti ‘malam Siva’.

In Balinese:   Sugihan Jawa mateges nunas karahajengan tur kasukertan jagat.

In English:   Sugihan Jawa means to pray for safety and sustainability of the nature, while Sugihan Bali means to pray for safety of the body and soul.

In Indonesian:   Sugihan Jawa berarti memohon keselamatan dan kelestarian alam, dan Sugihan Bali berarti memohon keselamatan jiwa dan raga.

In Balinese:   Sugihan Bali mateges nunas karahajengan sarira miwah jiwatma.

In English:   Since the government restricted plastic bag uses, the Balinese people have started to realize the meaning of Sugihan Jawa and Bali in a more contextual way.

In Indonesian:   Sejak pemerintah melarang penggunaan kantong plastik, masyarakat Bali mulai menyadari makna Sugihan Jawa dan Bali secara lebih mendalam dan nyata.