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Usage Examples

Pakeber kedis.
[example 1]
How to fly birds.

Cara pekeber darane; padine di jineng masih telah.
[example 2]
Like a flying pigeon; rice in the barn is still finished. Pigeons fly very far, but they generally come back home to get goods. They are fed by putting rice in the “jineng” (rice storage barn). It would be better if they ate elsewhere, because they do not bring anything back with them. This refers to a person who has a job away from home, but who makes very little money at his job and does not have enough to eat, so he has to return to his home to get goods or other things.

⚙ Usage examples pulled from the Community Spaces

In Balinese:   Pakeber ipun sada alon ngliwatin pangkung, grembengan muah gunung ane tegeh-tegeh.

In English:  

In Indonesian:   Abang bersama Ni Cakranggi akan meninggalkan kalian berdua.

In Balinese:   Gelisang satua, pakeber i angsa ngeberang empas ngungkulin alas Wirajenggala, ditu ada cicing lua muani masayuban di beten kayune.

In English:  

In Indonesian:   Abang dan Ni Cakranggi akan menggigit di kedua ujung ranting pohon ini.
  1. Dewi Juliana
  2. Fred Eiseman Jr - Proverbs, 1987