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panikĕlan
"the person for whom one breaks or bends something"
tanah
writing instrument
atanah
to wield a writing instrument
patanah
scribe
tinanah
to be depicted in writing
anulusa
may continue
twaṅ
reverence, respect, awe
katwaṅ
be revered; object of reverence
prajā
all subjects (of a king), people of a country or realm, all men, all creatures
lyan
other, different
tan lyan
no other
bhūpati
king
dūra
distant, far; to be far from; improbable, unthinkable
ateki
this
yan
when, if, since
racana
arrangement, structure, layout
tĕka
to come, to arrive, to reach one's goal
katĕkan
suffer, undergo, succeed in
saphala
worthy, useful, successful, efficient
rūm
beauty, loveliness, charm
arūm
beautiful, lovely, charming
pralāpita
"poem in kakawin form and with laṅö as its subject"
apan
because
atipiṅgiṅ
very ignorant
āpti
to obtain, to reach; obtaining; gaining
kināptyan
to be desired
sakināptyan iṅ maṅö
all that a poet longs for
nāntĕn
thus
wĕki
completely filled
kĕdö
feeling the urge to, set on
wuruṅ
failing, remaining unfinished
tan wuruṅ
without fail, unremittingly
anĕmwakĕn
meeting, joining, touching (passive irrealis)
paramahāsya
the utmost derision
para
others, another, other people, peers
tuṅgal
one, one only, sole, unique
salah tuṅgal
one of several, any
palar
in the hope that, in view of, in order, expecting
malar
having hope, still hopeful, not despairing
sādhana
accomplishment, fulfillment; instrument; a means of effecting something
nirāśraya
the Absolute; something not dependent on something/someone else
taliṅa
ear
tambayan
beginning; in the beginning
sambaddha
connection, relation, cause, reason, occasion
niṣāda
hunter
khyāti
renowned, generally known, famous
haran
name
sthiti
stability, fixed order; always; "continuance in being"
aṅher
wait, linger, stay, rest
pucak
peak, summit, top
acala
mountain
śobha
splendour, brilliance; fine, clear, free from worries
nora
there is not; no! certainly not; it is impossible that
kewala
only, merely, simply, purely, exclusively; nothing but
sukha-sukha
to be happy
swabhārya
one's own wife
saṅkan-saṅkan
beginning from
lit
smallness, fineness
taman
1. flower garden; 2. negation (not, no)
ulah
what one does, an action, activity
yaśa
honour, glory, fame, renown, meritorious deed
aṅhiṅ
only, just, exclusively; but, nevertheless
lot
persistently, untiringly, steadfast
maburū
hunt, hunting
moṅ
tiger
gaja
elephant
warak
rhinoceros
salwir
every kind of, any kind of
mṛga
forest animal, game (animal)
amṛga
to hunt
śīrṇa
destroyed, shattered
rarah
to go in search of, hunt down, chase
śinīrṇa
be destroyed
apet
to seek, strive after, aim at, make an effort to obtain
dāra
wife
tumuwĕk
to stab with a keris
tĕwĕk
1. stabbing weapon. 2. the moment, the time
kadaṅ
brother, relative, kinsman
paṅiwö
someone looked after or cared for
atah
emphatic particle
yekātah
"this then"
prāpta
to come, to arrive; to, till
caturdaśī
the fourteenth
kapitu
the seventh month
truh-truh
fine rain, drizzle, rainy mist
aṅde
to cause, to determine, to ordain, to predestine
kṛṣṇa
black, dark blue; dark; the dark half of the lunar month
ṅkā
there, at that place, then
maṅkat
to get up, to rise, to set out, to depart
eñjiṅ
morning; the next morning, tomorrow
arasuk
dressed, attired, wearing mail; equipped with
kañcuga
a dress fitting close to the upper body; armour, mail; bodice; jacket
ambara
clothes; sky, air
sĕnnāddha
armed, equipped; prepared, ready
upakāra
implements, accessories, apparatus, paraphernalia
paṅharana
a means of catching or killing something
huwus
already, to have already done
saṅgĕpan
complete, fully equipped with
lampah
go, going; journey
laras
bow
hrū
arrow
aṅawetan aṅalor
northeastwards
rāmya
beautiful, lovely, charming, attractive
lurah
ravine, gorge, valley
koṅkulan
to rise above, to be situated above; to dominate, to surpass; to look down on
maṇḍala
here it means "ring community" or "abode of religious community"
parhyaṅan
sanctuary where a god is worshipped
paṅalusan
place of seclusion, hermitage
katyāgan
abode of ascetics, hermitage
lĕṅĕn
rapture, ecstasy; daze; being overwhelmed by longing or sadness
thāni
villager; village, country (opposite of town); cultivated field(s)
suku
foot (also of a mountain); leg
aneka
different, various, manifold
tandur
planted, planted with something
anandur
to plant
tinandur
be planted
tanduran
plants, crops, cultivation
tūt
following; along
(h)iriṅ
side, flank, slope (of a mountain)
tĕḍun
descent, coming down
tumĕḍun
to descend, to come down
tus
little stream; offspring, child, descendent
aṅĕnĕb
to flood, to irrigate
manĕb
self-controlled, restrained, calm and undisturbed
kunĕṅ
particle with an emphatic and often contrastive function
katuṅkulan
bent; absorbed, engrossed, diverted
sor
lower, inferior; to lose, be defeated; that which is below, underneath
slĕwaṅ
narrow valley, glen
gĕgĕr
back; mountain ridge
arĕja
nice, pretty, beautiful
höb
shade, shelter, protection
muṅgu
to be positioned, to dwell
tawaṅ
air, sky, heavens
alamuk
only vaguely visible; obscured
rahab
cover, roof
hatĕp
roof, cover
waṇḍira
a waringin tree (Ficus benjamina)
raṅkaṅ
small pavilion, "bale"
katruhan
shrouded in rainy mist, under fine rain
lumra
spread, widely known
aṅlaṇḍĕṅ
stretching far, in a long stream
kukus
smoke, spray, cloud (of dust or pollen)
(m)alimuman
like a confused and dark mass
sampun
completed, finished; already, after
miśra
mix with, merge with; blended, combined
aśani
thunderbolt
kinalakah
thatched, roofed with rushes
pintĕn
apparently, clearly
pagoṣṭhyan
place for discussions, meeting place
sadā
always, every time; continually, regularly
kilyan
west
pasawahan
rice-fields
akrĕp
thick, frequent; tightly packed
galĕṅ
small dike enclosing irrigated fields
alaris
straight; slender
kubu
garden
arnĕb
dense, thick; with thick foliage
danta
tooth; ivory
aḍanta-ḍanta
in a line, in rows
tirisan
coconut, coconut palm
akweh
a number of, many
paḍa
equal; the equal of
asoṅ
overshadowed by
limut
mist
kuntul
heron
mör
to fly
wör
flight
kĕḍap
blink, wink, flash
kumĕḍap-kĕḍap
flicker, glint
kili
nun
lĕyĕp
faintly visible, barely visible; vanishing from sight
muṅgwiṅ
located in
rĕmĕṅ
rain cloud
mukṣa
to vanish, to disappear
kahiḍĕpan
to know, to discern, to think, to consider, etc
saṇḍiṅ
side
kadewagurwan
monastery
aṅuṅaṅ
to look down on, to overlook, to look into
lwah göṅ
large river
bañu
water
adalĕm
deep
dwāra
door, entrance, opening, passage
aṅililan
to stand out
wiśuddha
pure, clean
(m)aruhur
high, tall
bapra
wall, outer wall
pūrṇa
complete, perfect; overwhelming
tañjuṅ
a tree (Mimusops elengi)
campaka
a tree (Magnolia champaca)
bāṇa
a plant (Barleria siamensis)
nāgakusuma
a tree (Mesua ferrea)
mrik
fragrant, spreading fragrance
mār
spreading
sĕkar
flower
sĕḍĕṅ
right time, right moment
anĕḍĕṅ
in bloom, blossom
kapo
emphatic particle
lalayan
wall
bañjar
row
binañjar
to be arranged in a row
alaṅö
beautifully
humuṅ
buzzing, humming; making a loud noise, resounding
tan pĕgat
uninterrupted
jro
inner part, interior; deep within
mahantĕn
gazebo, small pavilion
hinĕduk
to roof with heduk (fibre of the aren palm)
hĕduk
fibre of the aren palm
sākṣāt
evidently, openly; before one's eyes
gĕlar
laying out, spreading out
tulis
painting, drawing; letter
luṅ
tender shoot
jaṅgha
a creeping plant (probably a Dioscorea)
lume
weak, feeble, limp
lambaṅ
something spread out horizontally
awilĕt
winding, coiling
kambaṅ
flower
sugandha
fragrant; perfume; sandalwood
awaṅi
fragrant
aglar
sprinkled, spread out
kataṅga
a katangga tree (Lagerstroemia speciosa)
rurū
to fall off, to fall out (flower, fruit, etc.)
kaṅinan
blown by the wind
himpĕr
like, to be like, similar; as if
dyah
maiden; young man or woman of noble birth
masusup-susup
flowers arranged in the hair
gĕluṅan
chignon
harṣa
joy, pleasure, delight; desire, love
mulat
to see, to look
karṇah
situated
lor
north
payajñan
place for offerings
arsik
clean, well-kept
natar
grounds, yard; courtyard
ataṇḍĕs
going to the end; clean cut
saśrī
beautiful, radiant
ahijo
green, blue-green
tuṅkub-tuṅkub
the shrines
kalamukan
obscured, veiled, half-hidden
hima
mist, low cloud
arantayan
in strings, strung together; like a wreath
śūnya
empty, void; deserted, desolate; lonely, still, lifeless
panaṅis
weep, cry
hĕpiṅ
a kind of bird
aśabda
to make a sound
aṅhrik
to emit a high-pitched or shrill sound
swara
sound, voice
alalĕh
charming, lovely, graceful; happy, enchanted
asraṅ
competing, vying with each other
masaṅghyani
together, together with, to the accompaniment of
ghaṇṭa
bell
atri
be three (in number)
pāntara
space or time between; meantime, meanwhile
tan pāntara
uninterruptedly
dharmāgöṅ
great temple complex
riṅ usāna
formerly, in the past; from ancient times
koñjuk
high
asamīpa
near, close to
walahar
mountain stream
asamun
quiet
runtuh
to fall down, to collapse
supit makara
a sculpture on both sides of a gate
supit
pincers (of a lobster, etc.)
kahuniṅa
to maintain, to care for, to pay attention to
meh
almost, nearly
rĕbah
to fall down, to collapse
kadi
as, like, as if
aṅĕmbih
to cry, to weep
cawintĕn
monster head, a Kala head ornament
asaput
covering oneself
winilĕt
to be coiled, to be twined around
pañjrah
to spread out; full bloom; a profusion of
latā
creeper; any creeping plant
lwir
like, appearance; how something seems or appears
śoka
sad, sadness, sorrow, grief
aṅlih
powerless, weak, exhausted
ati
excessive
wiwarapāla
guardian of the gate
maguliṅan
lying down, stretched out
akuṇḍah
lying on the ground
bwat
small building
makihū
collapsed
waṅunan
building
gigal
loosened, dislodged, dislocated
waneh
other, others
awūk
decayed, decomposed; rotten
rigrig
crumbling off, falling away, piece by piece
tan patuluṅan
beyond help
saka
post, pillar
tumayuṅ
to lean over, to slant; askew
mariṅguṅan
swaying back and forth
aṅras
deeply moved, affected
twas
core, heart
pakatonan
appearance, look, aspect
wukiran
screen; reliefs (on a wall)
aṅadĕg-adĕg
remain standing; to stand up
tawaṅ
sky, air
mājarakĕn
proclaiming; to announce
winiwarja
to be abandoned
taya
not; there is not; there is no one who
linawad
be visited
mahas
to roam, to travel about, to wander
linawad iṅ mahas maṅö
visited by wandering poets
prāsāda
tower; lofty building; temple
aṅjĕlag
standing high above the surroundings
pucak
top, peak, summit
pamarantyan
gathering place
pinakapamarantyan
to be used as a gathering place
sukĕt
thicket, wild growth of weeds and shrubs
pārśwa
the region of the ribs; side, flank
sayat
torn off; laid bare
katuwuhan
overgrown; affected by (emotion)
prih
(here) a tree, Urostigma spp. (so-called banyan or strangler fig)
atiśaya
preeminence, superiority
rumĕmbay
spreading, luxuriant (foliage); with widely spread branches
pariwarta
assistant, companion
sampun
completed, finished; already, after
ananā
destroyed, annihilated, badly damaged; with heavy losses
tĕkap
by, through, because of
pawilĕt
intertwined
asalit
thrust out; protruding
subaddha
firm, immovable, well-ordered
mapagĕh
stable, steadfast
maṅadĕg
to stand, to stand upright, remaining standing
katutupan
covered, closed; choked
pranālaka
pedestal
hili
to flow
bwat-rawi
monumental stone bathing place
sopacāra
fitly, properly
pūrwaka
beginning; first, formerly; former
sama-sama
equal, like, similar, equally
tistis
still, deserted, without life
wuryan
trace
umampira
would visit, would call on
nata-natar
courtyards
kamuniṅ
a kind of tree (Murraya koenigii, the curry tree)
nyāśa
buildings
tan hana wurya-wuryan
without a trace
sumawur
strewn, spread, scattered
inupĕt
to hum; to scold
madhubrata
bee
sarasah
spreading on all sides, scattered about
wahu
just, only recently; freshly
winahwan
tended, repaired, rearranged
araras
moving, lovely, charming, enchanting, beautiful
anisi
to cool, give pleasant coolness to, to refresh
anisi twas iṅ mulat
refreshing the heart of the beholder
hambal
step, stairs
rinupit
to make narrow, to close in on/upon
kanaka
gold; several plants (Bdellium spp.)
puriṅ
an ornamental tree (Codiaeum variegatum)
tahĕn puriṅ
croton bush
jrah
widely spread out, fully expanded
sarwa
whole, entire, all, every, altogether, wholly
sugandha
fragrant, perfume; sandalwood
anwam
young, youthful; fresh
wayah
age
awayah
with the age of, aged
paran
how; what; like what; what manner of; who
lumampah
to go
ahañaṅ-hañaṅ
to elope, to run away together
adulu-dulur
together with
dulur
companion
priya
beloved; friendship, love
duṅhus
steep slope, face of a rock
paraṅ
rock, crag
kasĕnĕt
hidden, remote; out of the way, solitary
pañcuran
waterspout, fountain
aputih
white
aṅlandöṅ
stretching far, in a long stream
kakiraṇan
lit by the rays of the sun
anamar
to resemble
kuwuṅ
rainbow
adrĕs
fierce, with great force, hard, swift
tus
little stream; offspring, child, descendant
nirmala
spotless, pure, clean
analaga
like a pond, forming a pond
piṅgir
side, edge, border, bank
piḍaḍa
a tree (Sonneratia alba, aka "mangrove apple")
rājasa
a tree (Elaeocarpus grandiflorus)
wwad
root (of a plant or mountain)
aket
twisted, intertwined
karaṅ
rock, coral, coral reef
lumut
moss, lichen
aṅĕlab-ĕlab
to flutter, to undulate; to wave to and fro
maṅasut
to cover completely, overwhelm
ywa
emphatic particle
kombakan
moved by the waves
himbaṅ
side, border, edge
tinali-tali
in rivulets; made into a string
surabhi
kind of tree with fragrant flowers
wway
water
tinuntun
to be led, to be guided
talaṅ
bamboo pipe serving as a water conduit
muni
saint, sage, ascetic, monk, hermit
asantun
lingering, lasting, protracted
taluktuk
musical water-mill
anameni
to accompany
pasahuran
conversation
kuṅkaṅ
a particular kind of large frog
paruṅ
ravine; crevice
rĕmbĕs-rĕmbĕs
a place moist with seeping water
atis
cold, cool; coolly
pakis
fern
baṅ
red
anarasah
patchwork (of different colours)
awor
mixed, combined, mingled with
wilis
green; dark-green
paṅpuṅ
a plant (Ipomoea aquatica, aka kangkung)
paṅgaga
a creeping herb (Centella asiatica, aka "Asiatic pennywort")
pacar
a tree (Lawsonia inermis, the "henna tree")
i samīpa niṅ rĕṇĕk
along the verges of the marsh
honya
there is
kumicir
to gush forth
sakĕ
from, coming from
rĕṅat
cleft, crack, crevice, fissure, split
apiṅit
isolated, forbidding; awe-inspiring
aṅambwakĕn
to express, to convey, to transmit
arcĕp
attractive, charming, beautiful
inukir
be carved, be sculpted
jajar
line, row, being in a line, lined up
inukir majaja-jajar
carved out in rows
aṅhudani rawa
"rain on the marsh" - meaning, to do something useless ("to carry coal to Newcastle")
ametwakĕn raras
inspiring feelings of delight
sirĕm
dimmed, to be dimmed
atuṇḍa-tuṇḍa
in a series of steps; coming down along several ledges
parigi
low encircling stone wall
pinarigi
to enclose, to wall in
rinacana
ornamented
amaṅun
to shape, to form, to build, to compose; to cause
amaṅun laṅö
making a lovely sight
tīra
shore, bank, side
aśoka
a tree (Saraca indica, the "ashok tree")
surabhi
a name for various plants
gĕlar iṅ bañu
float on the surface
paṇḍan-wwaṅ
a kind of pandan ("man-shaped")
maṅuḍoḍa
to hang down
awarṇa
like, as if; coloured
siwuhĕn
dejected, down, sad, love-lorn
asaput-saput hima
wrapped in the mist
aharĕp
to wish, to desire
lawadĕn
may be visited
gĕrĕh
thunder
adulura
may bring with it
his
to flow, to drip, to drop
riris
soft rain
ure
to hang down, to hang loose
puḍak
petal; the flower of the pandan
dadak
suddenly
ulih iṅ aṅdadak-dadak
the result of a moment of inspiration
ṅgānya
it looks as if, it seems to be
paranti
place, the proper place for
kawi mahas-mahas
wandering poet
aṅikĕt-ikĕt
to link together, to tie together
palambaṅ
poem; something written on
liṅsir
to go down (said of the sun)
rawi
the sun
kasaṅhuban
dimmed by the haze
wwantĕn
there is
rĕrĕb
to cover, to veil
awĕtu
to bring forth
aṅras twas
to touch one's heart
kalaṅkyaṅ
bird of prey
uni
sound, voice; contents
amala-malar
having hope
jawuh
rain, downpour
mājar
to tell, to let know, to inform
kalaṅwan
overcome by feelings of longing; enraptured by beauty or love
gati
course, action, event, state, condition
acaṅkrama
to walk about, to go on an excursion
līlā
playful, at ease, free from troubles
hiriṅ iṅ wukir
side of a mountain, mountainside
lari
course, movement, motion
umulati
to look at, to watch
rāmya niṅ pasir
the charms of the seashore
koṅaṅ
can, to be able to
tan mātra
not a little, very
katuṅkulan
to be engrossed in
laṅit
the heavens
kaywan
trees
jaladhi
sea, ocean
mawor
mixed, combined, mingled with
tĕpi
edge, border, side
pasisi
strand, beach, shore
lamad-lamad
cloud, fog, mist
warṣa
rain; year
anisih
to be on one side
traṅ
clear, bright; a clear sky; sunshine
nūṣa
island
saka iṅ doh
in the distance
tinampĕk
to be hit, to be attacked
namu-namu
to vanish, to disappear into thin air
kawaspadan
clearly visible, evident
larap
flashing, glittering, gleaming
akuṅ
enamoured, filled with desire
tan akuṅ
indifferent, without passion, disinterested
makagadā
to use as a club
masahuran
to answer each other; back and forth; to echo
tuna-tuna
fading, muffled; weakly; at intervals
nirantara
without pause, uninterruptedly
banawa
boat, ship
anĕṅah
to go to the middle
tĕlĕṅ
centre, innermost point
jalanidhi
sea, ocean
tapwan
not, by no means; not yet
waspada
clear, visible; knowing well
cĕt
in a moment, all at once, in a flash
kawulatan
sight
sakarĕṅan
for a moment, momentarily
kĕñar
sparkling; darting rays; twinkling; shining sun
wĕkasan
in the end, finally
samar-samar
hidden, indistinct
lamuk-lamuk
barely visible
rĕp
suddenly!
pĕtĕṅ
dark, darkness; gloom
anawĕṅi
to cover, to screen, to protect, to envelop
teja
glow, glare, splendour; sharp edge of a knife
tiṅkah
state of things, appearance
koṅkulan
to rise above, be situated above; to see below
adawā
long (space or time)
yadin
even if, if; even though
warṇan
to describe
tĕkwan
and, moreover, and also, furthermore, on top of that
kalalu
gone by, passed; continuing, going on
kānana giri
mountain forest
kānana
mountain
giri
forest
bawaṅ
onions
jasun
garlic
hiṅsā
killing, physical violence
pasabhan
meeting place; a much frequented place
sato
animal
iṅ satwa sakala
by all kinds of animals
durgama
malicious, wicked; inaccessible place, difficult to get to
amānuṣa
extraordinary, unearthly, superhuman
aṅde giri-girin
made one shudder
maṇḍĕg
to stop, to halt, to come to a standstill
sakṣaṇa
then, at once, a moment, one moment
śarawara
a fine arrow
(m)amaharja
to put in order, to prepare
cāpa
bow
macāpa-cāpan
fighting with bows
winatĕk
(here) to be strung (said of a bow)
maṅgĕh
determined, to be determined
buddhi
intention, opinion, idea
luput
to escape, to get away from; to miss; to slip away
kapurug
to be encountered; be approached
burwan
game (animal)
tuṣṭa
satisfied, pleased, happy, glad
tuṣṭāmbĕknyan
with satisfaction
ardha
half, middle; in
iṅ ardha
in the middle
aṅanti
to wait, to stay, to remain, to live
sandeha
doubt, uncertainty; suspicion
tayāsandeha ri hati
without any doubt in his mind
parnah
place, location
apupul
to gather, to assemble
sampunya
afterwards, after that, after this
nidrā
sleep; to sleep
idĕran
round, procession, circumambulation
priṅga
rugged terrain; rugged
juraṅ
ravine
sĕṅkan
steep slope, steep road; precipice
kāhasan
to be visited on one's travels
tapak
footprint, trace
tĕkapnya
by this, through this
epu
perplexed, embarrassed, worried, desperate, at one's wits' end
Epu ambĕknya.
He was perplexed.
karuhun
before, earlier; in front
denya
seeing that; in view of the fact that; as
maṅkin-maṅkin
more and more; further and further
lĕpas
to set off; to go away; to continue
tar anĕmu
not meeting, not encountering
wet niṅ
as, because of, as a result of
bhramita
wandering about, moving about; in commotion; restless, perturbed
sowe
duration, length of time
maṅlih
tired
kasakitan
aching, ill
lūd
in addition, too, as well as
wĕlkaṅ
thirsty
ṅūni
before
umah
house, home, abode
momah
to have a house
madhyāhna
midday, noon
deya
a (future) act; what one is going to do
mantuk
to go home, to come back
mĕne
now, presently; in a little while, shortly
tĕmunĕn
may be encountered
gagaman dalĕm
the corps of kraton guards, palace guards
muwah
again, afresh
anusup
to go into, to enter, to penetrate into
pataṅ
four [things]
yojana
measure of distance; translated as "league"
dhanwa
bow
tan panon
without seeing
siki
one, a unit
ranu
lake; pond
malah
finally, until; it was already
surup
going down, setting (sun, moon)
dinakara
sun
dadi ta
it happened that...; it may be...; possibly
dadi tāmaṅgih
happened to come across
atīrtha
to bathe
(m)arahup
to wash one's face
śīta
cold, cool, frigid
aṅinum wway śīta malaris
drink the cool flowing water
mahyun
to wish, to desire, to love
maṅinĕp
to spend the night, to stay the night
rika
in that (place), there
atiwimala
very pure, spotless
towin
indeed; furthermore, moreover
tan māsa niṅ mantuka
there was no time to return
(m)arusit
difficult to obtain, difficult to traverse
mārga
track, road, way; vehicle
paṅgil
hope, in the hope that
wwantĕna
there would be
prāptaha
would come, would arrive
such, thus; and that was
nā cittanye dalĕm twas
and that was the idea in his mind
adan
to make ready, to be about to; to prepare, to arrange
aṅlarisakĕn
to carry out
linarisakĕn
to be carried out
pakĕjĕpan
sleeping place
adan pakĕjĕpan
prepare a place to sleep
atha
now, then
hatur
like, as if; appearance
tahĕn
tree; wood, firewood
aṅgĕgĕs
to shiver
(m)akĕtĕran
to tremble
yaya
in any case, even so; like, as if
akĕmul-kĕmul
wrapped up, wrapped in (a blanket)
katampĕkan
to be hit (by rain, water, dust)
ĕbun
mist, fine rain, dew, dewdrops
cucur
a male cuckoo (either Cuculus lepidus or Cuculus micropterus)
manda
weak, faint; faintly visible or audible
tinūt ni
followed by
taḍahasih
a female cuckoo (either Cuculus lepidus or Cuculus micropterus)
yatan
if not
waluya
to go back, to return; again
wulan
moon
kalaran
in pain, afflicted; weary; in distress
matuluṅe gatinya kalaran
would help them on their weary way
sakalaṅĕn
all the beauties
wanāntara
the woods, woodland
sahasrakiraṇa
sun ("thousand-rayed")
aṅĕsah
to sigh
wuluh
bamboo, bamboo shaft, bamboo vessel
samīraṇa
wind
tapihnya
her clothing
tan kahuniṅa
paying no heed to
sundarī
beautiful woman; a kind of insect (dragonfly?)
prihati
sadness, sorrow, dejected, concern
asrak
loud
amĕlas-asih
pitiful; to ask for pity
kusuma
flower
madhukara
bee