papah

pp;
  • stem and midrib of palm or banana leaf; stalk (Mider) (Noun)
  • the large central supporting member of a coconut leaf,
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
Bali dataran dialect
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Bali aga dialect
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Usage Examples

Betekan batisne mapah biu.
[example 1]
A calf like a banana stalk.

Jani kar manggang sate be pasih. Ne…kau-kau. Adeng. Adeng kau-kau. Papah punyan nyuh, katikne. Be pasih misi nyuh, misi basa, mapilit. Komang nu milit. Benjep lakar panggang. Suud panggang, makan len. Jaen.
[example 2]
Now I’m going to grill some fish sate. This is … a piece of coconut husk. Charcoal. Charcoal made from the husk of a coconut. The midrib of the coconut leaf (is) the skewer for the sate. The fish is mixed with coconut and spices and then pressed around the skewer. Komang is doing that right now. Then we will grill them. And after we grill them we will eat them. Delicious.

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⚙ Usage examples pulled from the Virtual Library


In Balinese:   Dadongne mulihan nyuwun papah keladi anggon dadgag, mamahan celeng. “We Yan, kal kija to?

In English:  

In Indonesian:   Baru melangkahkan kakinya, terdengar neneknya memanggil dari halaman belakang rumah.

In Balinese:   Dadongne mulihan nyuwun papah keladi anggon dadgag, mamahan celeng. “We Yan, kal kija to?

In English:  

In Indonesian:  

In Balinese:   Piranti genggong mawit sakeng papah kayu pugpug sane kaolah.

In English:  

In Indonesian:   Menurut Pak Made Djimat (seorang maestro tari dari Batuan), berdasarkan cerita oral yang diturunkan kepadanya, disebut bahwa yang membuat Genggong adalah Tapak Mada (nama Mahapatih Gajah Mada ketika belum diangkat sebagai Mahapatih).

In Balinese:   Alit-alit sane mayusa 5 nyantos 10 warsa makta papah jaka pinaka lambang wana, lianan punika para yowanane sane mayusa 10 nyantos 17 warsa makta kulkul.

In English:   On the day of Ngedeblag, several sacred barongs in the village are paraded around the village.

In Indonesian:   Suara-suara keras akan menimbulkan vibrasi di udara, yang akan menghalau makhluk-makhluk mikroskopis termasuk para ‘hantu’ yang mengganggu masyarakat.

In Balinese:   Tradisi puniki kamargiang olih para yowana antuk saling sabat ngangge papah pisang nguda.

In English:   This tradition is carried out by young people by attacking each other and hitting each other with young banana stems.

In Indonesian:   Tradisi ini dilakukan oleh para pemuda dengan cara saling menyerang dan memukul dengan batang pisang muda.

In Balinese:   Krama sane nyarengin Siat Papah Biu puniki pracaya, ipun prasida lempas saking baya utawi gering yening nyarengin siat papah biu puniki.

In English:   This tradition is called Baris Babuang, or Siat Papah Biu.

In Indonesian:   Orang-orang yang mengikuti Siat Papah Biu ini percaya bahwa mereka dapat terhindar dari marabahaya dan penyakit apabila terlibat dalam tradisi ini.

In Balinese:   Krama sane nyarengin Siat Papah Biu puniki pracaya, ipun prasida lempas saking baya utawi gering yening nyarengin siat papah biu puniki.

In English:   This tradition is called Baris Babuang, or Siat Papah Biu.

In Indonesian:   Orang-orang yang mengikuti Siat Papah Biu ini percaya bahwa mereka dapat terhindar dari marabahaya dan penyakit apabila terlibat dalam tradisi ini.

In Balinese:   Tradisi puniki kabaos Baris Babuang, utawi Siat Papah Biu.

In English:   This tradition is called Baris Babuang, or Siat Papah Biu.

In Indonesian:   Orang-orang yang mengikuti Siat Papah Biu ini percaya bahwa mereka dapat terhindar dari marabahaya dan penyakit apabila terlibat dalam tradisi ini.
  1. Fred Eiseman Jr - Proverbs, 1987
  2. Annerie Godschalk