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tinuturakĕn
to be followed, to be accompanied
iṅaturan
to be informed, to be presented, to be offered
sañjata
weapons, arms; armed forces, army
anĕḍuni
to descend, to come down
saka kidul
from the south
aṅĕmasi
to die; to pay one's debts
umiriṅi
to accompany, to attend, to go along with
samaṅka
then; so
maṅsul
to go back, to return
kawula
servant, follower, subject
apapalayun
to run, to run away, to run about; “also of warriors on foot or horseback in asaraman (mock fight)”
as(a)raman
to stage a contest of arms
mapulihakĕn
to fight to restore order; to return to fight for somebody
tan pantuk
not be able to succeed or obtain
mariṅ
to, towards, in the direction of
gumanti
to replace, to succeed
kabalik
turned round, turned upside down, turned into the opposite; on the contrary
binuru
to be hunted, to be chased
nipun
his, her, their
sumĕṅka
to go upwards, to rise, to climb
umuṅsi
to go to, to go in the direction of
miriṅ
sloping, slanting, to lie on the side; to accompany
pakṣa
wing, side, half; side, party, section, intention, idea, firm will; one side of an argument
aṅduk
to thrust at/stab (especially with a spear)
buntal
lance
riṅ buntal
with a lance
amañcal
to push away (with the foot)
siṅkalan
clod of earth thrown aside by the plough
amaluku
to plough
ḍaḍa
breast, chest
kĕbĕk
completely covered, completely filled
ĕṇḍut
mud
tur
knee; also a short form of *tĕhĕr*, 'then, thereupon'
mundur
to retreat, to fall back, to withdraw
aḍuh
to sigh, to moan, to complain
talampakanira
his lord, their lord
pakanira
you (honourable), 2nd person pronoun
adum
to give everyone his own task, to delegate; everyone having their own role or task
lañciran
trousers (breeches?)
griṅsiṅ
a particular kind of textile
sawiji
one
sowaṅ
each
sawiji sowaṅ
one by one
ayun
to wish
aṅamuk
to attack furiously
dinūman
to be delegated, each one given their task or role
anĕmpuh
to hit, to clash, to come down on
loṅ
to decrease, to diminish; to fall in battle
atur
that which is respectfully told or reported when appearing before a person of high rank
maṅke
thus, like this, as follows
kāladeśa
lit. 'time and place'. i.e., the right moment, a good opportunity
kāladeśa nipun maṅke
Now's the time.
kalaṅan wĕṅi
nightfall
tumuli
to continue immediately, to go straight to
kuwu
dwelling; tent; encampment
akuwu
to have a dwelling; to stay in a camp
manih
again
bubar
scattered, dispersed, broken up
rowaṅ
companion
ariḍu
confused, in confusion
palajĕṅ
to run, to run away, to flee
kalih
both; the two (of them); together with
apaṅguh
to come together; to be united in wedlock
jarah
to loot, to plunder
jarahan
loot (especially a woman carried off as a prize)
jaga
destined, fated
jaga krama
betrothed
anom
young; light (of colour)
apisah
to separate, to part (intransitive); to be separated, to be parted
panuha
the eldest
balĕman
fire (intended for warmth)
urub
to burn, to blaze, to glow
tiṅhal
look, sight; seeing, looking
iṅĕt
awareness; memory
sambut
to seize, to grasp, to fetch, to take up
aṅandika
to speak, to command, to order
lah ta!
well! Come on! (an exhortation, often with arealis; rare in kakawin and prose but passim in kidung)
aṅaṅsĕd
to attack
yayi
younger brother or sister, younger relative (also ari, rari, rayi)
iya
indeed so, in fact, truly, right
sampun
(here) do not
pira
how many, how much
kaṭah
number, quantity, amount
puniki
this, here
duwĕg
just while, the moment; the right thing to do is...., it would be best to....
pukulun
my lord (in address); Sire
amakṣakĕn
to insist on, to be resolved to, to want by all means
antuka
might succeed (arealis)
lĕhĕṅ
the best thing
lalaron
flying white ant
aṅgĕpok
to bump against, to knock into
damar
lamp; resin
ĕmban
to carry in the arms
saratri
throughout the night
lumaku
to walk forward, to move forward; to depart
esuk
morning; the next morning
tinutūtan
to follow, to go after, to follow in the trail of; to track
aganti
at turns, alternating, changing
aṅareni
to remain behind
aṅaṇḍĕg
to halt, to stop, to bring to a standstill
trus
to penetrate, penetrating
pupū
thigh
kawaśa
overpowered, dominated, mastered, subdued
andika
words (from a person of higher rank), command, order
patya
serious, vehement
awĕkasan
finally, to have an end
aṅantyani
to await, to wait for
apaṅanti
to sojourn, to stay
tiṅkah
(here) the situation
b(h)awarasa
talk, conversation, deliberation
abawarasa
to discuss, to have a talk
putus
end, completion, conclusion, result
akĕmbalan
together, to be together in
samadaya
together
punapa
what
wĕkas
instruction, orders, commission, injunction
aṅayam alas
“to imitate the jungle fowl” (meaning: to wander in the trackless woods)
pĕnĕd
beauty, loveliness
maḍura wetan
East Madura (place name)
aṅuṅsi
to take refuge with, to try to reach, to go to
parāśraya
refuge, help, protection
pawilasa
to be willing to help, to be sympathetic
rāma
father
niṅsun
I, me
awiraṅ
ashamed, to be ashamed
mon
if, even if, be it..., whether...
akĕdö
insistently, unremittingly; to be set on (doing)
sahur manuk
all together, in unison
manuk
bird
lon
slowness
alon-lonan
slowly
paliṅ
not knowing, not recognizing; confused, troubled
ahiḍĕp
to pay attention to; obedient
Sah sira sakiṅ jro alas
he left the depths of the forest
buyut
elder; great-grandfather; great-grandchild
aran
name
amalampah
to request
tinaḍah
to be asked, to be requested