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|english translations=amulet, charm, talisman
 
|english translations=amulet, charm, talisman
 
|definitions={{Balinese Word/Definition
 
|definitions={{Balinese Word/Definition
|balinese=This is the Balinese definition of the word amulet, but I don't speak Balinese.
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|language=en
|english=An amulet or charm; a piece of jewellery worn for spiritual protection.
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|definition=An amulet or charm; A piece of jewellery worn for spiritual protection.
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}}{{Balinese Word/Definition
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|language=en
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|definition=A second definition. These definitions show in whatever the active language is.
 
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|examples={{Balinese Word/Example
 
|examples={{Balinese Word/Example
|balinese=This example should be in Balinese but it's not because I don't speak Balinese so just pretend it's in Balinese :)
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|language=en
|english=This is the English translation of the example in Balinese. It exists here as an aid for English speakers learning Balinese.
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|definition=An example sentence, using meripih in a sentence like meripih is a word which means amulet. The first example is biggest.
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}}{{Balinese Word/Example
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|definition=Some other meripih example; a shorter one perhaps.
 
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Revision as of 16:59, 11 January 2014

Miripeh

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  • An amulet or charm; A piece of jewellery worn for spiritual protection.
Media
Miripeh
Kasar
Pripih
Halus
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Northern Form
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