Lexeme – Index

Language Form Meaning Grammar Note
Bali ǰiǰih; baas

rice (grain)

(meaning taken from an associated Word List Item)
unhulled rice; hulled rice Details
Bali nasi

rice (cooked)

(meaning taken from an associated Word List Item)
Details
Bali [ǰaguŋ]

maize

(meaning taken from an associated Word List Item)
[ǰaguŋ] is a known loanword (Tryon (1995)). From Malay or Javanese Details
Bali təbu

sugar-cane

(meaning taken from an associated Word List Item)
Details
Bali [buah], ja̱mbé

betel nut

(meaning taken from an associated Word List Item)
[buah] is a known loanword (Tryon (1995)). Probably from Malay Details
Bali [(kə)selə] bun

sweet potato

(meaning taken from an associated Word List Item)
[(kə)selə] is a known loanword (Tryon (1995)). From Spanish castilla according to Tryon (1995) Details
Bali [kətelə]

taro

(meaning taken from an associated Word List Item)
[kətelə] is a known loanword (Tryon (1995)). Details
Bali biu

banana

(meaning taken from an associated Word List Item)
Details
Bali ñuh

coconut

(meaning taken from an associated Word List Item)
Details
Bali [buah]

fruit

(meaning taken from an associated Word List Item)
[buah] is a known loanword (Tryon (1995)). Probably from Malay Details
Bali biŋin

banyan

(meaning taken from an associated Word List Item)
Details
Bali ubi, [(kə)selə]

yam (Dioscorea)

(meaning taken from an associated Word List Item)
[(kə)selə] is a known loanword (Tryon (1995)). Details
Bali gedang

papaya

(meaning taken from an associated Word List Item)
Details
Bali poh, Getas

mango

(meaning taken from an associated Word List Item)
Details
Bali ǰukuŋ, ǰaŋ(g)olan, golekan

boat

(meaning taken from an associated Word List Item)
Details
Bali jukung, sampan

canoe

(meaning taken from an associated Word List Item)
sampan Details
Bali dayuŋ

oar / paddle

(meaning taken from an associated Word List Item)
Details
Bali bidak

sail

(meaning taken from an associated Word List Item)
Details
Bali [rəgaǰi], [gərgaǰi]

saw

(meaning taken from an associated Word List Item)
[rəgaǰi, gərgaǰi] are known loanwords (Tryon (1995)). From Sanskrit Details
Bali kandik, dapak

axe

(meaning taken from an associated Word List Item)
Details

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