SuaraBandungBarat.id – Consider the following, which is a collection of Sundanese proverbs and their meanings in Indonesian.
Sundanese proverbs are wise expressions that have developed in Sundanese society and are used as a means to convey moral messages, advice, and life experiences in a short and easy to remember way.
Sundanese proverbs usually consist of one or two short sentences with words that are solid and have deep meaning.
Sundanese proverbs are often used in everyday conversation as a form of expression of wisdom or as a form of entertainment that entertains with jokes and puns.
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Examples of Sundanese proverbs and their meaning in Indonesian
Here are 10 examples of Sundanese proverbs and their meanings:
· “Loba kandel watered, lumpat ka palang” –> Meaning: A lot of water is poured into the oil lamp, but still jumps into bed. (A very tired person will sleep even in bad conditions)
· “Gone as, take care, take care of each other” -> Meaning: Sharpen each other, care for each other, love each other. (The key to successful good relations among people)
· “Leungit teu ngalanturan, lulumpat teu ngalangkungan” –> Meaning: Far will not be close, near will not be far. (No matter how far or close we are, if that person is not the right one, the relationship will not develop properly)
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· “Mata sajati teu kalawan pati” -> Meaning: True eyes are not with money. (Money can’t buy loyalty)
· “Keneh ka under the sky, aya-aya wargi” -> Meaning: Under the same sky, there are various people. (We have to accept differences in society)
· “Teacher must make, student must make” -> Meaning: Teacher must teach, student must learn. (Everyone has their own responsibility)
· “Kurupuk Tahu bisi teu nganoh” -> Meaning: Small tofu crackers can also be served. (It doesn’t take big things to give happiness)
· “How much do you have to have, how much do you have to have, how many do you have” -> Meaning: You have to be patient, you have to be patient, you will get satisfactory results later. (Patience is the key to success)
· “Bari nyasak pangareupan, bari ngak pangareupan” -> Meaning: It’s better to hone intelligence, rather than just relying on physical strength. (Intelligence is more important than physical strength)
· “Enclose mistakes, stand mistakes, about mistakes” -> Meaning: Avoid mistakes, correct mistakes, and learn from mistakes. (Mistakes are part of the learning process)
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