Naar

  • common form of the verb used with friends and family
  • can also mean drink, as in naar the.
  • eat something
Media
naar
Kasar
ngamah, nidik, ngleklek, magla,
Halus
ngrayunang , ngajeng (alus singgih); nunas (alus sor)
Northern Form

Usage Examples

I Made naar jaja.

I Kaler naar nasi kanti wareg.

Yen naar nasi kuning, cocokne mabe sitsit.
No translation exists for this example.

PROVERB: Nyilem sambilan naar yeh.
[example 1]
PROVERB: Dive and drink at the same time = Do two things at the same time. Kill two birds with one stone.

Dugas nulungin di umah anake nganten, I Made Sudiana ngorahang konden naar nasi sakewala suba naar tipat, krana basangne kaliwat seduk. Ia mula dueg mesuang isin kenehne nganggo geguyonan.
[example 2]
When helping someone who had wedding ceremony, Made Sudiana said he had not eaten rice but he ate 'ketupat', because he was starving. He was good at expressing what was in his mind through jokes.

  1. Fred Eiseman Jr - Proverbs, 1987
  2. Fred Eiseman