• his/her back (Noun)
  • suffix {ne} states ownership or clarifying the words followed. Almost the same as possessive pronoun in English. In the word 'tundunne' it can be interpreted as 'his/her back'
Tundun Ida (Alus Singgih); Tundun ipun (Alus Sor)
Northern Form
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Usage Examples

Sudap-sudap paningalanne Luh Ayu Manik, sing marasa kanti nyriep lan masare di duur mejane nlekep. Saget tamis-tamis ada anak kauk-kauk uli sisin umahne. Nanging, tusing dingeha teken Luh Ayu Manik krana ia leplep masare. Memenne lantas nyagjagin tur tepukina timpal-timpalne teka malali. “Yee.. ada Ayu, Wayan, teken Made. Mai malu! Iluh enu malajah di kamarne. Dini malu antiang, kejep dogen ia pesu.” Keto memenne ngorahin timpal-timpalne. Timpal-timpalne iseng teken Luh Ayu Manik, lantas rusit ajaka telu. Jeg nylebseb ajaka telu macelep ka Kamar 21, lakar ngesiabin Luh Ayu Manik. Tundunne Luh Ayu Manik kagedig teken I Wayan.
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Her eyes got heavy and, before she knew it, she had fallen asleep with her arms folded and her head on the desk. Someone was calling her from outside but, because she was fast asleep, she didn't hear them. Her mother approached them and saw that Luh’s friends had come over for a visit. “Well … look who it is - Ayu, Wayan and Made! Come in! Luh is still studying in her room. Just wait here a moment and she'll be out soon,” her mother said to her friends. However, her friends decided to play a little trick on her. They missed Luh Ayu Manik and the three of them crept into 'Room 21' to surprise her. Wayan tapped her on the back.

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  1. https://dictionary.basabali.org/Childrens_Book_Ngae_Tongos_Mamaca