Ramyaksara

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  • Ramyaksara is derived from old Javanese 'ramya' which means splendid, crowded, full of different things, etc. So, ramyaksara is a word having closest meaning to spectacular. There is no Balinese synonym for spectacular, so we borrow the term from the closest language, the old Javanese. (Adjective)
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Northern Form

Usage Examples

Mimih dewa ratu, jeg ramyaksara pisan pesta kesenian Baline.
[example 1]
Oh God, the Bali art festival was so spectacular.

⚙ Usage examples pulled from the Virtual Library


In Balinese:   Kamargiang ring rahina Wrespati Kliwon Langkir, upacara sane rame lan ramyaksara puniki langkungan mateges prayascitta tur nulak sengkala.

In English:   Ngerebeg at Tegal Darmasaba village, Badung, is something different.

In Indonesian:   Berlangsung pada hari Kamis Kliwon Langkir, upacara yang biasanya ramai dan spektakuler ini lebih mengarah pada tradisi ruwatan dan penolak bala.
  1. Kamus Jawa Kuna-Indonesia oleh P.J. Zoermulder