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Bali Words

 

Arak (Rice wine)
A clear, cognac look-like, distilled from tuak, the fermented juice of the coconut or sugar palm.

Babi Guling (ibu oka ubud)
The Balinese roasted suckling pig, We usually eat with our right hand it’s more delicious

Banten
The complete offering, the woman usually put in on their hand on the temple festival celebration which fall every six months or one year on each temple.

Banjar
The Balinese are tied by’’Banjar’’,a communal association, which consists around 150 families, the banjar meeting hall called Balai Banjar

Balai Kulkul
The wooden bell tower, the bell functioned to say something to the community member

Barong
The mystical creature thet is considered as the protector of the village

Base
The betel leaves chewed by Balinese as a habit

Bebek
A gaggle of ducks struts home from a day in the ricepaddies shepherded by a boy

Beringin
Banyan tree is usually erected in the middle of the village

Brem
Rice wine made by fermenting sticky white and black rice

Canang
A small offering has a square from made of young coconut leave and flowers, the Balinese put it everyday on the family, temple, car, office, anywhere but you will always see in front of the local shops as a thanksgiving expression to God

Candi Bentar
The split gate as the first entrance of the outer courtyard of a temple, but now some hotels or other big building used it also for theur entrance

Cengkeh
Clove, the best time to harvest it when the clove flowers open its petal

Coklat
The cocoa pod

Dokar
The horse chart as a public transportation only used for a short distance

Durian
The king of the fruit, most of Indonesian love the Durian with passion, and for that reason it is one of the most expensive of fruits and great delicacy

Gamelan
A set of a traditional orchestra played a number of people to accompany dance or ceremony

Garuda
A eagle locked like bird as a vehicle of Wisnu

Geringsing
The hand weaving cloth from Tenganan Village

Jukung
Traditional sailing Boat

Kamasan
A village in Klungkung regency in famous for its painting, Kemasan style painting

Kamen
The sarong,traditional waistcloth for women and man

Kopi
The coffee bean


 
 
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