- move around in a circle or to move within a small place or a small area
- do many different things all at once. E.g., if it is raining at the time of an odalan, the pemangkus may combine several of the ceremonies, including a symbolic mendet, so as to speed up events. In Ubud, there may be no actual melis when there should be, but, rather a sort of symbolic one. The actual melis is held only once a year. Pengubengan is a temporary shrine that is set up in front of a temple during a ceremony.
- get around; revolves around that place alone (Mider) (Verb)
Bali dataran dialect
Bali aga dialect
Daran tiange makeber ngubeng.
Literally: My dove circles around in a small place.
⚙ Usage examples pulled from the Virtual Library
In Balinese: Manut Wijana (2013), akudang upacara Sabha sane kamargiang ring wana-wana tenget punika luiripun Sabha Ngubeng, Sabha Mamiut, Sabha Sabuh Baas, Sabha Nyeta miwah Sabha Malguna.
In English: In Tigawasa Village itself, there is a tradition called Nedunang Kayehan Sanghyang.
In Indonesian: Menurut Wijana (2013), beberapa upacara Sabha yang diadakan di hutan-hutan keramat tersebut antara lain Sabha Ngubeng, Sabha Mamiut, Sabha Sabuh Baas, Sabha Nyeta dan Sabha Malguna.
In Balinese: Tusing ada ogoh-ogoh anè ngiterin dèsa, baleganjuranè masineb kanti bubukan, kanti pamelastian Ida Batara kamargiang ngubeng.