Sugi

suginin/
  • wash one's face (Verb)
Media
sugi
Kasar
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Halus
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Northern Form
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Usage Examples

Buka bedake suginin.
[example 1]
[proverb] Like someone who is thirsty washing his face. A person who is thirsty may lick his lips if he cannot drink water. Also, if someone licks his lips, he may smell good food. This latter is the sense in which this expression is used – licking lips when smelling good food.

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In Balinese:   Ayu Laksmi taler ngaraketang sekaa sastrawan sane mawit saking Bali sekadi Cok Sawitri, Sugi Lanus, miwah sane siosan.

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  1. F. Eiseman, Proverbs. 1987