javanese

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    Indonesian/Malay/Javanese: Bengawan Solo, Sala

    I noticed that the word "solo" is obviously a loan word in Indonesian/Malay or Javanese, because the Google translated the word just into "solo" in English or Spanish. And the river is called Bengawan Sala in Javanese, but the Google translated "sala" just into "sala" in English or Spanish. If...
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    Indonesian/Malay/Javanese: iya, inggih

    This question is intended for native Bahasa Melayu speakers. If someone uses iya (Indonesia) or inggih (Jawa) (for "yes") would you understand these words?
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    Javanese: Ono jopo sewu

    It's a long story to explain why I need to know but... this phrase seems to originate from Indonesia or Java but I can't seem to find a translation anywhere. It appears in the Java Mantra Kesakten Gaib but I don't know anything else about it. I would really appreciate a translation into English...
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    Javanese: to believe

    I'm looking to translate "believe", "to believe" and/or "I believe" into Javanese. The form of "believe" I'm really looking for is the word credere in Latin if that is of any assistance. Any help will be greatly appreciated! Thanks in advance!
  5. Old Javanese: Bhinneka Tunggal Ika

    Ok, we all know the origin of this extract, we all know "neka" means different, "tunggal" means one, "ika" means that. My questions are: 1. What is the meaning or grammatical function (if there is) of "Bhin-" in Bhinneka? 2. Literally, what does "Bhinneka Tunggal Ika" denoting? Does it mean...
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    Javanese: manggih

    Assalamu 3alaykum, What is the meaning of 'manggih'?
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    Javanese: The suffix -ing

    Assalamu 3alaykum, What function does the suffix -ing denote?
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    Javanese: I love you

    Hi, everyone. I was wondering if you can help me write/translate something in Javanese. I want to be able to write "I love you", but I don't know if this is even possible. I haven't seen a Javanese font being used online. I know it's spelled "aku tresnasliramu" using the latin alphabet, but does...
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