ngendihang

\)n Ñih*
  • set on fire; ignite; light (Verb)
Andap
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Kasar
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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

Ring rahina Nyepi nenten dados ngendihang api utawi lampu. Nika kawastanin amati geni.
When Nyepi day should not light a fire or lamp. That is called amati geni.

⚙ Usage examples pulled from the Virtual Library


In Balinese:   Lengis damare ane kaanggo ngendihang api di pura linggih Ida Bhatara Wisnu totonan, misi malem.

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In Balinese:   I Raksasa lantas munduhang sambuk teken kau liu lakar anggona ngendihang api.

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In Balinese:   Sawetara jam kalih semeng, ipun makasami sampun ngendihang api, yadiastun ring wewengkon sane lianan para kramane kantun ngamargiang Amati Geni nyantos jam 6 semeng.

In English:   In fact, this tradition is only carried out in a number of old villages in the Banjar sub-district, such as Kayuputih, Gobleg and so on, which have links to Tamblingan civilization in ancient Bali.

In Indonesian:   Pada kenyataannya, tradisi ini hanya dilakukan di beberapa desa tua di kecamatan Banjar, seperti Kayuputih, Gobleg dan sebagainya yang memiliki hubungan dengan peradaban Tamblingan pada masa Bali kuno.

In Balinese:   Ten nika kemanten, krama Baline nenten lunga, nenten mekarya, nenten ngendihang api utawi listrik, tur nenten malila cita.

In English:   Not only that, they don’t go out, they don’t work, they turn off all electricity and fire, and they don’t have fun for the whole day.

In Indonesian:   Tidak hanya itu, mereka tidak keluar rumah, tidak bekerja, tidak menggunakan api atau listrik, dan tidak bersenang-senang.

In Balinese:   Ring soang-soang umah, puri, jero utawi griya, soang-soang kulawarga ngelar upacara alit tur ngendihang obor danyuh malakar antuk danyuh sane tuh.

In English:   All lamps on the island of the gods are turned off at 6 AM on Nyepi day because one day according to Hindu calendar starts at sunrise.

In Indonesian:   Di rumah masing-masing, setiap keluarga menyelenggarakan upacara dengan menyalakan api yang disebut “obor danyuh” yang terbuat dari daun kelapa yang sudah kering.

In Balinese:   TENGET

Malengok bengong negak pedidi, Dini, di pondok ane ada di tepi, Matimpal kopi, ngendihang api,

Ngenehang gumi ane nadak sepi,

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In Balinese:   Perang api puniki ngicen sasuluh mangda sami anake patut ngendihang suluh ring dewek suang-suang mangda paminehe satata galang.

In English:   Usually, the Ter-Teran tradition takes place on the night of Pangrupukan (see entry “Tawur Agung Kasanga”), along with the Ngusaba Muu-Muu ceremony in the local village.

In Indonesian:   Perang api ini memberi makna bahwa setiap orang harus menyalakan api di dalam dirinya masing-masing agar kegelapan pikiran dapat dilenyapkan.

In Balinese:   Ngendihang api mateges ngicalang peteng.

In English:   By lighting a fire, the darkness will disappear.

In Indonesian:   Tongkat membara ini kemudian dilempar-lemparkan di antara dua kelompok warga, yakni Jasri utara dan Jasri selatan.