• be full of
magading; medaging
Northern Form
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Usage Examples

Sing misi kene, sing misi keto, jlema to jeg langsung nyemak tuak apucung tur dongdonga.
[example 1]
Without much fanfare, he just took a bottle of palm wine and drank it.

Drika wenten pertigaan..sampun misi, kok, petunjuk. Drika ke..kanan, Bapak.
[example 2]
Over there is an intersection...its already filled with instructions. Over there, go to the right, sir.

Cara idup padine. Di puyungne jegjeg. Dimisine nguntul.
[example 3]
PROVERB: Like the life of rice. When empty it stand up. When full it looks down. This implies that a know-it-al person who talks a lot may not actually know much - i.e. have an empty head. But a wise person, who looks down at his feet all of the time, like a mature head of rice, may know a lot , but may say little. However, he is the wiser of the two.

Payuk perungpung misi brem.
[example 4]
PROVERB: A cracked clay pot is full of brem. This means that something may look bad on the outside, but it may be good on the inside.

  1. dari kolom ‘Bungklang Bungkling’, ‘Kota’, di harian Bali Post, Minggu, 17 April 2011, oleh I Wayan Juniartha. Diterjemahkan oleh Putu Semiada.
  2. Putu Widastra, Banjar Selat Tengah, Putu Eka Guna Yasa
  3. Fred Eiseman Jr - Proverbs, 1987
  4. Fred Eiseman Jr - Proverbs, 1987