Panak

  • child
  • rungs of a ladder
Media
panak
Kasar
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Halus
putra
Northern Form
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Usage Examples

Apa panakne jekjek enjekin, memenne slelegange
What is it that a child steps on, but its mother leans against? Answer: Jan (Ladder). The steps of a ladder are called panak jan, the children of the ladder. So the ladder itself can be considered to be the mother of the steps.

⚙ Usage examples pulled from the Virtual Dictionary


In Balinese:   Makaad cai makaad Grantang, nirguna bapa ngelah panak buka cai.

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In Balinese:   Dadi kendel Pan Bekung ajak Men Bekung iaan unduk panak truna tur bangus.

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In Balinese:   Sangkal ia madan Pan Meri, kerana dugase i malu ia liu gati ngelah memeri utawi panak bebek.

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In Balinese:   Sangkal ia madan Pan Meri, kerana dugase i malu ia liu gati ngelah memeri utawi panak bebek.

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In Indonesian:   Dinamakan Pan Meri, karena dahulu ia sangat banyak memiliki anak bebek atau dalam bahasa Bali disebut meri.

In Balinese:   Sing padalem panak cenik, uli lekad ajak midehan?

In English:   No heart for your child.

In Indonesian:   Tidak kasihan anak kecil, sejak lahir diajak berpindah ke sana-sini?

In Balinese:   Kéto men panak iba ideh-ideh gandong iba.

In English:   Your child is carried everywhere.

In Indonesian:   Begitu lantas anakmu digendong ke mana-mana.

In Balinese:   Jani mai aba panak apine teken saang icange ento!” Ditu lantas apin I Tiwase juanga baan I Sugih.

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