- offering food offering that may also be used as food for special occasions, such as at a mebat or other ceremony. Normally only eaten by special guests and those of high status or caste. Consists of a low cylinder of steamed rice placed on a round base with raised rim made of coconut leaf (tamasan). A fried egg is placed on the rice and yellow shreded coconut (sesaur) on top of the egg. Surrounding the rice in the center are several different types of food, nuts (kacang-kacangan), vegetables (jukut-jukutang), and meat (be-bean), either in inidividual small coconut leaf containers (celemik), or in separate piles around the rice en
Bali dataran dialect
Bali aga dialect
Payasan truna-trunine melah gati. Makejang dadi bagus lan jegeg.
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⚙ Usage examples pulled from the Community Spaces
In Balinese: Jaja ulang tahun, payasan lampion ento suba biasa.
In English: Birthday cakes, lantern decorations are certainly commonplace.
In Indonesian: Kue ulang tahun, hiasan lampion tentu sudah biasa.
In Balinese: Kerane menurut tiang igel-igelan bali punika digerakan panyingakan preginane sane kewastanin antuk nyeledet tur payasan panggung sane warnane mencolok.