Nyejer

  • set up, erect, enthrone, put in residence (as gods in a temple during an odalan
  • refers to number of nights that god stays in temple during an odalan, etc., before being invited to return home
  • be in residence (gods of a temple)
  • set up, erect (vs. ngejer = vibrate)
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Usage Examples

Tyang ijin telung dina saking kantor saantukan wenten odalan nyejer di merajan tyange.
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In Balinese:   Dumun, wayang-wayang puniki kairing nyejer ring desa-desa lianan pinaka panulak bala.

In English:   The procession is quite long, starting from melasti (purificatory ritual in a source of water) up to pasupati (soul-giving ritual) for newly-made barongs.

In Indonesian:   Prosesinya berjalan cukup panjang, mulai dari melasti (ritual penyucian di sumber air) hingga pasupati (pemberian jiwa) untuk barong yang baru dibuat.

In Balinese:   Kasurat ring Sastra Suci Vedane, Bhatari Laksmi setata nyejer ring genah sane tegteg trepti tan wenten biota.

In English:   The Balinese put their golden ornaments, golden or silver rings, or even cash on the altar and put some simple offerings.

In Indonesian:   Orang Bali yang beragama Hindu meletakkan perhiasan emas, cincin emas atau perak, dan bahkan uang tunai di altar dan mempersembahkan beberapa jenis persembahan sederhana.