Pingit

  • mysterious, forbidden
  • fearsome
Andap
pingit
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
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Bali dataran dialect
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Bali aga dialect
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Usage Examples

Pingit-pingitan udang, taine suuna.
Literally: A shrimp is unusual, it defecates on its own head; referring to someone who does something bad to himself.

⚙ Usage examples pulled from the Virtual Library


In Balinese:   Ditu kocap tongose tenget tur pingit.

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In Indonesian:  

In Balinese:   Ditu kocap tongose tenget tur pingit.

In English:  

In Indonesian:   Tiba-tiba sampailah Pan Meri diujung sungai di bawah pohon asam, ada batu besar.

In Balinese:   Barong Brutuk, sasolahan pingit utawi sesolahan wali saking pradesa Terunyan, Bangli, kasolahang nyabran kalih warsa ring purnama Kapat.

In English:   Barong Brutuk, a sacred dance from Terunyan Village, Bangli, is performed every two years in the full moon’s day of Kapat month.

In Indonesian:   Barong Brutuk, tarian sakral dari Desa Terunyan, Bangli, dipentaskan setiap dua tahun sekali di purnama Kapat.

In Balinese:   Ring desa Bunutin Kintamani puniki wenten rerahinan pininget asiki rikala sesolahan Mongah sane kapah, ramya tur pingit kasolahang.

In English:   In Bunutin Village of Kintamani, there is a special day when the rare, exotic and sacred Mongah Dance is performed.

In Indonesian:   Di desa Bunutin Kintamani ini, ada sebuah hari khusus di mana tarian Mongah yang langka, eksotis dan sakral dipentaskan.

In Balinese:   Manut krama Baline, Tumpek Wayang wantah Tumpek sane pinih pingit saking sami rahina tumpek sane lianan salangkung nem sasih pawukon (wenten nem rahina Tumpek, nggih).

In English:   For the Balinese, Tumpek Wayang is the most sacred of all Tumpeks in a six-month period of Pawukon calendar system (there are six Tumpek days, by the way).

In Indonesian:   Menurut orang Bali, Tumpek Wayang adalah hari yang paling sakral di antara semua Tumpek yang ada selama enam bulan putaran Wuku (jadi, ada enam Tumpek).