• waft hand to our body; move both hands towards the body during the ceremony (Mider) (Verb)
  • waft essence of an offering toward a person, or toward oneself (but not toward gods). Compare to ngayab, which refers to the same motion, except directed away from oneself or away from someone else or offerings, toward god.
Alus sor
Alus mider
Alus madya
Alus singgih
Bali dataran dialect
Bali aga dialect

Usage Examples

Nyanan eda kija-kija nah, Yan! Ingetang natab nyanan. Jani otonan caine.
Don't go anywhere later, Yan! Remember to natab (waft hand in otonan ceremony) later. Today is your otonan (balinese birthday eve).

⚙ Usage examples pulled from the Virtual Library

In Balinese:   Driki ring Jakarta, Ayu Cha natab banten sane katumbas saking pura nampek driki.

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In Indonesian:   Di Jakarta, kami bersembahyang, Ayu Cha natab dengan sarana upacara yang dibeli dari pura dekat rumah.