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|balinese word=bÎi\Ð)t/
 
|is root=No
 
|is root=No
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|root=Bringket
 
|media=beringket
 
|media=beringket
|kasar=gelgel
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|related words=leser; bengkok; kriting;
|halus=gegel
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|english translations=curly
 
|english translations=curly
 
|indonesian translations=keriting
 
|indonesian translations=keriting
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|language=en
 
|language=en
 
|definition=curly
 
|definition=curly
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|language=id
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|definition=tidak licin; berkerut-kerut; berkeluk-keluk; tidak lurus
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|part of speech=adjective
 
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|ban=muani sane bokne bringket madan I Ketut
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|ban=Anak muani ané bokné bringket ento madan I Ketut.
|id=laki-laki yang berambut keriting itu namanya I Ketut
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|en=The man with curly hair is called I Ketut.
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|id=Laki-laki yang berambut keriting itu bernama I Ketut.
 
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Latest revision as of 03:20, 12 October 2019


Bringket

bÎi\Ð)t/
  • curly
Media
beringket
Kasar
Unknown [edit]
Halus
Unknown [edit]
Northern Form
Unknown [edit]

Usage Examples

Anak muani ané bokné bringket ento madan I Ketut.
The man with curly hair is called I Ketut.

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