Pasambahan Manjapuik Marapulai Minangkabau
|Issue||Vol 3 No 3 (2020): Talenta Conference Series: Local Wisdom, Social, and Arts (LWSA)|
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|Keywords:||pasambahan manjapuik marapulai Minangkabau|
Manjapuik marapulai is an important part in Minangkabau traditional wedding. This kind of tradition means the tradition of picking up the groom to the bride’s house by a group of people from bride’s family. This tradition is highly dealing with oral tradition as the part of anthropolinguistic study because the content is about pasambahan between the bride and the groom’s family. Pasambahan means pantun in Bahasa, it is a kind of conversation held by the picker and the groom’s family in the art of Minangkabau speaking. This research is aimed to identify the pattern of pasambahan itself which is divided into three major parts; opening, content, and closing. It is conducted in nagari Koto Tuo, Kabupaten Agam, West Sumatra. The method used in this research is descriptive qualitative with deep interview and observation in collecting data. As a result, certain categories were found in opening, content, and closing of pasambahan.