Lexeme – Index

Language Form Meaning Grammar Note
Bali mas

gold

(meaning taken from an associated Word List Item)
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Bali mutiara

pearl

(meaning taken from an associated Word List Item)
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Bali kayu

wood

(meaning taken from an associated Word List Item)
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Bali batu

stone

(meaning taken from an associated Word List Item)
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Bali kulit

leather / hide

(meaning taken from an associated Word List Item)
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Bali kam(b)ən, [kain], lakar

cloth

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

bamboo

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

paper

(meaning taken from an associated Word List Item)
[dluaŋ] is a known loanword (Tryon (1995)). From Javanese Details
Bali adəŋ

charcoal

(meaning taken from an associated Word List Item)
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Bali golok, belati

machete

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

bow

(meaning taken from an associated Word List Item)
[gəndewə] is a known loanword (Tryon (1995)). From Sanskrit Details
Bali panah, anak [gəndewə]

arrow

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

knife

(meaning taken from an associated Word List Item)
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Bali tumbak

spear

(meaning taken from an associated Word List Item)
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Bali m-[atur]-an, mə-[bakti]

pray

(meaning taken from an associated Word List Item)
[atur, bakti] are known loanwords (Tryon (1995)). -atur- from Javanese, -bakti from Sanskrit Details
Bali balian

shaman / medicine-man

(meaning taken from an associated Word List Item)
dukun Details
Bali ŋ-ubad-in

heal, cure

(meaning taken from an associated Word List Item)
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Bali leak

sorcerer

(meaning taken from an associated Word List Item)
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Bali leak, tonya

ghost

(meaning taken from an associated Word List Item)
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Bali [butə], [kalə], [məmədi], bəbai, toñə

demon

(meaning taken from an associated Word List Item)
[butə, kalə, məmədi] are known loanwords (Tryon (1995)). butə and kalə from Sanskrit, məmədi from Javanese Details

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