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|ban=Nyoman : Om Swastiastu, Bu!
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Ibu: Ye, Nyoman, kaden nak nyen! Engken, engken Man?
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Nyoman : Baang meli biune ene Bu, aijas.
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Ibu: Oh, meli biu, amen biu ene aji selae (Rp 25.000), amen biu ene aji duang dasa. Ane cen kal alih, Man?
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Nyoman: Ane ene, gede-gede.
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Ibu: Ngelah gen nenenan!
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Nyoman: Kresek sik!
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Ibu: Sing dadi nganggon kresek, sing ada kresek. Nyoman sing nawang to ba kreseke to ba ngae leteh gumi Bali! Jog sing nawang apa Nyoman nenenan!
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Nyoman: *ngaba biu nganggon bajune
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Ibu: Ngelah gen Nyoman totonan.
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Mother: Eh Nyoman, I guessed anyone! How, how can I help you, Man?
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Nyoman: I want to buy one banana, ma'am
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Mother: Oh, you want to buy a banana, this banana costs Rp. 25,000, and this banana costs Rp. 20,000. Which one do you want, Man?
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Nyoman: This one, the bigger.
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Mother: Ah, you are joking, Man!
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Nyoman: One crackle bag please!
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Mother: You can't use a crackle bag, it's not available here! Nyoman, doesn't you know? This crackle bag is what makes Bali's earth dirty! You dont know such a thing, Man!
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Nyoman: *carrying a banana in his shirt
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Mother:  He is so funny
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Ibu: Eh Nyoman, saya kira siapa! Bagaimana, bagaimana Man?
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Nyoman : Saya mau beli pisang satu sisir, Bu
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Ibu: Oh, mau beli pisang, jika pisang ini harganya Rp 25.000, jika pisang ini harganya Rp 20.000. Mau yang mana, Man?
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Nyoman: Yang ini, besar-besar.
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Ibu: Ah, Nyoman ini bisa saja!
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Nyoman: Tas kresek satu!
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Ibu: Tidak boleh pakai tas kresek, di sini tidak ada! Nyoman tidak tahu? Tas kresek ini lah yang membuat kotor bumi Bali! Nyoman ini tidak tahu apa-apa!
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Nyoman: *membawa pisang dengan bajunya
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Ibu: Bisa saja Nyoman itu!
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Revision as of 12:02, 14 June 2019

Aji

hji
  • value
  • price, often used with the word "kuda" to mean "how much" (Noun)
  • father (Alus Singgih: high level of balinese language) (Noun)
Media
aji
Kasar
aji
Halus
aji
Northern Form
Unknown [edit]

Usage Examples

Aji kuda akilo?
How much is the price of one kilo?

Aji kuda niki?
[example 1]
How much is this?

Putra: Aji kuda nika sewane? Made: Oh, sewane aji duang dasa tali awai, Gus.
[example 2]
Putra: How much is the rental fee? Made : Oh, the rental fee is for twenty thousand for a day, Brother.

Suba keto, mara tapinin aji ngiu.
[example 3]
After that, we separate the seed using the bamboo tray.

Putih-putihan pamore apepel aji keteng.
[example 4]
White lime costs only one keteng for each pepel. [proverb] Pepel is a measure for selling lime. It is one more or less round blob, such as those sold for use with buah and base in the market. Same word used for cylinder of palm sugar. A keteng is a coin of very small value. The idea is that, although lime is the desirable color, white, nevertheless, you can buy a lot of it for very little money. Thus something that is pretty on the outside may be of no value. Keteng is the same as kepeng.

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Nyoman : Om Swastiastu, Bu!

Ibu: Ye, Nyoman, kaden nak nyen! Engken, engken Man? Nyoman : Baang meli biune ene Bu, aijas. Ibu: Oh, meli biu, amen biu ene aji selae (Rp 25.000), amen biu ene aji duang dasa. Ane cen kal alih, Man? Nyoman: Ane ene, gede-gede. Ibu: Ngelah gen nenenan! Nyoman: Kresek sik! Ibu: Sing dadi nganggon kresek, sing ada kresek. Nyoman sing nawang to ba kreseke to ba ngae leteh gumi Bali! Jog sing nawang apa Nyoman nenenan! Nyoman: *ngaba biu nganggon bajune

Ibu: Ngelah gen Nyoman totonan.
Nyoman: Om Swastiastu, ma'am!

Mother: Eh Nyoman, I guessed anyone! How, how can I help you, Man? Nyoman: I want to buy one banana, ma'am Mother: Oh, you want to buy a banana, this banana costs Rp. 25,000, and this banana costs Rp. 20,000. Which one do you want, Man? Nyoman: This one, the bigger. Mother: Ah, you are joking, Man! Nyoman: One crackle bag please! Mother: You can't use a crackle bag, it's not available here! Nyoman, doesn't you know? This crackle bag is what makes Bali's earth dirty! You dont know such a thing, Man! Nyoman: *carrying a banana in his shirt

Mother: He is so funny

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Mother: Eh Nyoman, I guessed anyone! How, how can I help you, Man? Nyoman: I want to buy one banana, ma'am Mother: Oh, you want to buy a banana, this banana costs Rp. 25,000, and this banana costs Rp. 20,000. Which one do you want, Man? Nyoman: This one, the bigger. Mother: Ah, you are joking, Man! Nyoman: One crackle bag please! Mother: You can't use a crackle bag, it's not available here! Nyoman, doesn't you know? This crackle bag is what makes Bali's earth dirty! You dont know such a thing, Man! Nyoman: *carrying a banana in his shirt

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⚙ Usage examples pulled from the Virtual Dictionary


In Balinese:   Awakne gede ganggas lan malakar aji sarwa plastik lan gabus.

In English:   the body is tall and made of all kinds of plastic and cork.

In Indonesian:   Badannya tinggi besar dan terbuat dari segala macam plastik dan gabus.

In Balinese:   Saja lantas séméré bek aji tanah.

In English:  

In Indonesian:  

In Balinese:   Punika mawinan pemerintah Hindia Belanda nuntut mangda Raja Badung sane madue tanggung jawab naur jinah palelenan aji 3000 dolar perak miwah ngawigraha sapa sira sane sampun ngusak-asik kapal punika.

In English:  

In Indonesian:  

In Balinese:   Ditu lantas I Cupak ngelur nunden panjake ngejuk tur ngulung aji tikeh tur ngentungang ka pasihe.

In English:  

In Indonesian:  

In Balinese:   Putu wantah oka kaping untat saking pasemetonane lelima sane mawit saking aji asiki lan masemeton sareng tiga saking Ibu.

In English:  

In Indonesian:   Putu sendiri sebenarnya adalah bungsu dari lima bersaudara seayah maupun dari tiga bersaudara seibu.

In Balinese:   Tekepina I Ketimun Mas aji grobag, tetehina aji lesing batu.

In English:  

In Indonesian:  

In Balinese:   Sakewanten nenten surud manah ipunne ngulati Sang Hyang Aji majalaran antuk jalur prestasi.

In English:  

In Indonesian:   Sesungguhnya dia berasal dari SD 3 Wanagiri yang tidak terdapat dalam zonasi SMP Negeri 1 Selemadeg.

In Balinese:   [BA] Kajeng Kliwon makeh kasengguh makantian sareng aji kesaktian.

In English:   [EN] Kajeng Kliwon is mostly related to mystic power by the Balinese.

In Indonesian:   [ID] Kajeng Kliwon adalah hari yang banyak dikaitkan dengan ilmu mistik, karena itu masyarakat Bali menghindari bepergian pada hari Kajeng Kliwon.
[[Word example text ban::[BA] Kajeng Kliwon makeh kasengguh makantian sareng aji kesaktian.| ]]

In Balinese:   Nika mawinan, akeh para janane ngarereh dewasa ring Kajeng Kliwon yaning jagi ngelar aji kasaktian tur yoga.

In English:   Kajeng Kliwon is a sacred holiday because on this day, the universe is said to purify and rejuvenate itself.

In Indonesian:   Sebenarnya, Kajeng Kliwon berasal dari perayaan Ekadasi yang jatuh lima belas hari sekali, menjelang tilem dan menjelang purnama.

In Balinese:   Duk Siat Pandan, yowanane sane lanang masiat sareng kalih nganggen ron pandan maduwi lan tameng malakar aji ulat-ulatan penyalin.

In English:   During the Pandanus War, young men combat with one another by using thorny pandanus and rattan shield.

In Indonesian:   Pada saat Perang Pandan, pemuda laki-laki berduel dengan menggunakan perisai rotan dan senjata pandan berduri.

In Balinese:   Tugtug apa ane lakar gaena, nganggon pesawat sederana ngae jaja aji nyuh.

In English:   Join them on their latest adventure: using simple machines to make coconut barfi!

In Indonesian:   Ikuti petualangan mereka: memakai pesawat sederhana untuk membuat kue kelapa!

In Balinese:   I wau Aji mamaosang jagat Baline selat pasih raris mialang pajalan titiange ka Bali, beh elah antuk titiang ngentap pasihe wantah aclekidek.

In English:  

In Indonesian:  

In Balinese:   Dening sampun lami pisan Aji, titiang tan pisan naanin mapanggih sareng sameton, nika mawinan titiang nunasang mangda sueca ugi maicain titiang lunga ka tanah Bali jaga ngrereh sameton titiange sami.” Beh, mara keto kone aturne I naga Basukih, dadi di gelis Ida Betara Guru ngandika, “Uduh nanak Bagus, nah yan dadi baan Aji sampunang ja I Nanak lunga ka Bali buate lakar ngalih pasemetonan I Dewane.

In English:  

In Indonesian:  

In Balinese:   Dadi mapan aketo bebaos Ida Betara Guru, dadi matur I Naga Basukih, “Inggih Aji Agung, yang wantah Aji nitah mangda nguluh Sinunggale, maliha yan bantas amonika pakantenan jagat Baline, yening Aji maicayang jagat Baline jaga uluh titiang.” Keto kone aturne I Naga Basukih kaliwat bergah.

In English:  

In Indonesian:  

In Balinese:   Dadi buka anake sing nyager I Aji teken kesaktian deweke.” Nah keto ja kone pakrengkenganne I Naga Basukih.

In English:  

In Indonesian:  

In Balinese:   Raris malih Aji maosang genah sameton titiange di Bali medoh-dohan, maselat alas suket madurgama, amunapi se ageng gumi Baline punika Aji?

In English:  

In Indonesian:  

In Balinese:   Nah apa lantas ngawinang dadi buka Aji mialang pamargan I Nanak, mapan gumi Baline totonan joh pesan uli dini.

In English:  

In Indonesian:  

In Balinese:   Dadi sambilanga masemu kabilbil matur I Naga Basukih ring Ida Betara Guru. “Nawegang Aji Agung, kenak Aji ngampurayang indik titiange bregah saha ngandapang jagat Baline.

In English:  

In Indonesian:  

In Balinese:   Men jani mapan aketo lantasan pakrengkenganne I Naga Basukih, ditu lantas Ida Betara Guru jog nyeleg di sampingne I Naga Basukih tumuli ngandika, “Uduh nanak Naga Basukih nganti suba pindo pireng Aji I Nanak nyampahang gumi Baline, I Nanak ngorahang gumi Baline totonan tuah amul taluhe.

In English:  

In Indonesian:  

In Balinese:   Kantun elah antuk titiang Aji.

In English:  

In Indonesian:  

In Balinese:   Kaparna baan Aji, minab lakar sengka baan I Nanak indike jaga mamanggih sameton.

In English:  

In Indonesian:  

In Balinese:   Mangkin kenak Aji ngenenin upadarwa padewekan titiange baan titiang bregah!” Keto kone aturne I Naga Basukih, jegan pragat tinut teken sapatitah Ida Betara Guru.

In English:  

In Indonesian:  

In Balinese:   Nah jani Aji kene teken I Nanak, yan saja gumi Baline tuah amul taluhe buka pamunyin I Nanake, nah ento ada muncuk gunung ane ngenah uli dini.

In English:  

In Indonesian:  

In Balinese:   Yening Aji maicayang, punika Aji.” Dadi jeg keto kone aturne I Naga Basukih, jeg nyampahang gumi Baline di ajeng Ida Betara Guru.

In English:  

In Indonesian:  

In Balinese:   Buina yan pade I Nanak lunga, men nyen kone ajak Aji ngawaspadain utawi nureksain dini di Gunung Semeru.” Dadi keto kone pangandikan Ida Betara Guru buka anake mialang pajalane I Naga Basukih unduke lakar luas ka tanah Bali.

In English:  

In Indonesian:  

In Balinese:   Baan tumben buka semengane I Naga Basukih Tangkil, dadi matakon Ida Betara Guru ring putrane, “Uduh nanak Bagus, dadi tumben buka semengan I Nanak nangkilin Aji, men apa jenenga ada kabuatan I Nanak ring Aji, nah lautan I Nanak mabaos!” Keto kone pataken Ida Betara guru ring putrane I Naga Basukih.

In English:  

In Indonesian:  

In Balinese:   Jani yan saja I Nanak sakti tur pradnyan, Aji matakon teken I Dewa, “Nyidaang ke I Nanak nguluh gununge totonan?

In English:  

In Indonesian:  

In Balinese:   Sakewala pamuput ngandika Ida Betara Guru teken I Naga Basukih, “Nanak Bagus Naga Basukih, Aji sing ja buin lakar mialang pajalan I Nanak ka jagat Bali, nah majalan I Nanak apang melah!” Mara keto kone pangandikan Ajine, beh ngrigik kone I Naga Basukih, jog menggal-enggalan nunas mapamit ring Ida Betara Guru.

In English:  

In Indonesian:  

In Balinese:   Baan isenge teken sameton, mimbuh baan dote nawang gumi Bali sing ya keto jenenga, dadi buin ngawawanin I Naga Basukih matur ring Betara Guru, “Nunas lugra Aji Agung, yening kenten antuk Aji mabaos, minab Aji ngandapang saha nandruhin kawisesan titiange.

In English:  

In Indonesian:  

In Balinese:   Ditu lantas I Naga Basukih matur ring Ajine, “Nawegang Aji Agung titiang kadi isenge ring sameton titiange sane wenten ring jagat Bali, makadi Betara Geni Jaya sane malinggih kocap ring Bukit Lempuyang, Betara Mahadewa kocap ring Gunung Agung, Betara Tumuwuh ring Gunung Batukaru, Betara Manik Umang ring Gunung Beratan, Betara Hyang Tugu di Gunung Andakasa, cutet ring sami sameton titiange sane wenten ring tanah Bali.

In English:  

In Indonesian:  

In Balinese:   Yang suba saja mrasidaang I Dewa nguluh, nah kala ditu Aji ngugu teken kawisesan I Dewane.” Keto kone pangandikan Ida Betara Guru teken I Naga Basukih.

In English:  

In Indonesian:  

In Balinese:   Payu ngrengkeng I Naga Basukih, kene kone krengkenganne I Naga Basukih, “Beh bes sanget baana I Aji melog-melog deweke, suba seken gumi Baline amul taluhe dadi mahanga lakar keweh kone deweke ngalih sameton di gumi Bali.

In English:  

In Indonesian:  

In Balinese:   Di subané bersih mauyag aji uyah laut kadepinang selaé menit.

In English:  

In Indonesian:  

In Balinese:   Lumrahnyane, krama Bali ngaturang nasi kuning, sekar, lan sanganan malakar aji tepung terigu sane kasengguh jaja saraswati.

In English:   Umanis is a name for a five-day week in Balinese traditional calendar, and Watugunung is a name of week, repeated every 30 weeks.

In Indonesian:   Umanis adalah nama salah satu hari pasaran Bali, dan Watugunung adalah nama salah satu dari 30 minggu yang berulang tiap enam bulan.

In Balinese:   Wenten akudang pakem sane pateh sareng Barong Brutuk saking Terunyan (cingak entri “Sasolahan Barong Brutuk” ring Library niki), utamannyane kacingak saking lakar penganggene sane malakar aji ron-ronan.

In English:   The dancers are dressed in special costumes made of fern leaves.

In Indonesian:   Para penari Mongah adalah 11 orang pemuda.

In Balinese:   Sane pinih ngalangonin inggih punika krama desane magehang purane antuk paguan sane malakar aji nasi.

In English:   There are a long string of events and rituals preceeding Mongah dance, centered at Pura Penataran Desa Bunutin.

In Indonesian:   Menurut penuturan tetua desa, ini bertujuan untuk mengelabui hama penyakit yang ingin merusak tanaman.

In Balinese:   Sasolahan puniki wantah sasolahan purwa sane panganggen praginane malakar aji don paku.

In English:   This dance is classified as ancient ritual dance.

In Indonesian:   Ada beberapa kesamaan antara Tarian Mongah dan Barong Brutuk dari Desa Terunyan (lihat entri “Sasolahan Barong Brutuk” di Library ini), terutama dari bahan-bahan kostum penarinya yang terbuat dari dedaunan.

In Balinese:   Ring Tumpek Landep, krama Baline nyinggihin sakancan perabot, sanjata, miwah sarwa sane malakar aji wesi.

In English:   The Hindus around the world celebrate Tumpek landep in different ways and names, also on different days.

In Indonesian:   Umat Hindu di seluruh dunia merayakan Tumpek Landep dengan nama-nama yang berbeda dan pada hari yang berbeda pula.
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