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Cerita Kancil dan napuh dalam Bahasa Inggris dan Artinya


The Mouse Deer and the Napuh

Once upon a time, in a dense forest, there lived a clever mouse deer and a fierce napuh. A napuh is a large and powerful wild boar that can be very dangerous. The mouse deer and the napuh often competed with each other for food and territory. They always tried to outsmart and defeat each other.

One day, the mouse deer was looking for some ripe fruits to eat. He came across a big and juicy jackfruit that had fallen from a tree. He was about to enjoy the jackfruit when he heard a loud snort behind him. It was the napuh, who had also smelled the jackfruit and wanted to have it for himself.

“Hey, mouse deer, get away from that jackfruit. It belongs to me,” the napuh said.

“No, it doesn’t. I found it first. It’s mine,” the mouse deer said.

“Don’t argue with me, mouse deer. You know I’m stronger and bigger than you. If you don’t want to get hurt, you better leave now,” the napuh threatened.

The mouse deer was not afraid of the napuh. He had a clever plan to trick him. He pretended to be scared and said, “Oh, napuh, you’re right. You’re much stronger and bigger than me. I don’t want to fight with you. But can I ask you a favor before I go?”

“What is it?” the napuh asked suspiciously.

“Can you please help me open this jackfruit? It’s too hard for me to break it with my teeth. I just want to taste a little bit of it before I leave it to you,” the mouse deer said.

The napuh thought that the mouse deer was being foolish. He agreed to help him, thinking that he could easily take the whole jackfruit after opening it. He said, “All right, mouse deer, I’ll help you. But you have to promise to leave as soon as I open it.”

“I promise, napuh. Thank you very much,” the mouse deer said.

The napuh then used his sharp tusks to tear open the jackfruit. As soon as he did, the mouse deer quickly jumped on the jackfruit and started to eat as much as he could. The napuh was furious. He tried to chase the mouse deer away, but the mouse deer was too fast and agile. He dodged the napuh’s attacks and kept eating the jackfruit.

“Hey, mouse deer, stop that. You lied to me. You said you would leave after I opened the jackfruit,” the napuh shouted.

“I didn’t lie, napuh. I said I would leave as soon as you opened it. But you opened it so slowly that I had to wait for a long time. I got hungry and decided to eat some of it. It’s not my fault that you’re so slow,” the mouse deer said.

“That’s nonsense, mouse deer. You tricked me. You’re a liar and a thief. Give me back my jackfruit,” the napuh said.

“Sorry, napuh. I can’t give you back what I’ve already eaten. Besides, this jackfruit is not yours. It belongs to the king. He planted this tree and he will be very angry if he finds out that you tried to steal his jackfruit,” the mouse deer said.

“The king? What are you talking about, mouse deer? There is no king in this forest,” the napuh said.

“Yes, there is. He’s very powerful and majestic. He lives in a palace on the other side of the forest. He has many guards and servants. He also has a golden crown and a golden throne. He’s the ruler of this forest and he loves jackfruits. He ordered me to guard this jackfruit and make sure that no one else eats it,” the mouse deer said.

“Really? I don’t believe you, mouse deer. You’re making this up. There is no such king in this forest. And even if there is, why would he choose you to guard his jackfruit? You’re just a small and weak mouse deer. You’re not fit to be a guard,” the napuh said.

“It’s true, napuh. There is a king in this forest and he chose me to guard his jackfruit. He trusts me because I’m smart and loyal. He also gave me a special gift to prove that I’m his guard. Do you want to see it?” the mouse deer said.

“What gift?” the napuh asked curiously.

“A golden ring. It’s very beautiful and valuable. It has the king’s name and seal on it. It also has a magic power. It can make anyone who wears it obey the king’s commands. Do you want to try it?” the mouse deer said.

The napuh was intrigued by the mouse deer’s words. He thought that the golden ring might be real and that he could use it to his advantage. He said, “All right, mouse deer, show me the golden ring. If you’re telling the truth, I’ll leave you alone. But if you’re lying, I’ll eat you and the jackfruit.”

“OK, napuh, I’ll show you the golden ring. But you have to promise to do what I say. Otherwise, the ring will not work,” the mouse deer said.

“I promise, mouse deer. Just show me the ring,” the napuh said.

The mouse deer then took out a golden ring from his pocket. It was actually a fake ring that he had found in a human’s trash. He put it on his finger and said, “Look, napuh, this is the golden ring. It’s very shiny and precious. It has the king’s name and seal on it. Can you see it?”

“Yes, I can see it, mouse deer. It’s very shiny and precious. It has the king’s name and seal on it. But how do I know that it has a magic power?” the napuh asked.

“Easy, napuh. Just put it on your finger and you’ll see. It will make you obey the king’s commands. But remember, you have to do what I say. If you don’t, the ring will not work,” the mouse deer said.

“Fine, mouse deer. Give me the ring. I’ll put it on my finger and see for myself,” the napuh said.

The mouse deer then gave the ring to the napuh. The napuh put it on his finger and said, “Now what?”

“Now, napuh, you have to listen to me carefully. I’m going to tell you the king’s commands. You have to follow them exactly. If you do, the ring will make you happy and rich. If you don’t, the ring will make you miserable and poor. Do you understand?” the mouse deer said.

“Yes, mouse deer, I understand. Tell me the king’s commands,” the napuh said.

“Good, napuh. The first command is: you have to leave this jackfruit alone and never touch it again. It belongs to the king and he will punish you if you eat it. Do you agree?” the mouse deer said.

“Yes, mouse deer, I agree. I will leave this jackfruit alone and never touch it again. It belongs to the king and he will punish me if I eat it,” the napuh said.

“Very good, napuh. The second command is: you have to go to the king’s palace and bow down to him. You have to apologize for trying to steal his jackfruit and beg for his forgiveness. You have to offer him your services and loyalty. Do you agree?” the mouse deer said.

“Yes, mouse deer, I agree. I will go to the king’s palace and bow down to him. I will apologize for trying to steal his jackfruit and beg for his forgiveness. I will offer him my services and loyalty,” the napuh said.

“Excellent, napuh. The third command is: you have to run as fast as you can to the king’s palace. You have to avoid any obstacles and dangers on the way. You have to ignore any distractions and temptations. You have to reach the palace before sunset. Do you agree?” the mouse deer said.

“Yes, mouse deer, I agree. I will run as fast as I can to the king’s palace. I will avoid any obstacles and dangers on the way. I will ignore any distractions and temptations. I will reach the palace before sunset,” the napuh said.

“Perfect, napuh. You have followed the king’s commands. Now you can go and do what you have agreed. The ring will make you happy and rich. Goodbye, napuh. Have a nice journey,” the mouse deer said.

“Goodbye, mouse deer. Thank you for the ring. I will do what I have agreed. The ring will make me happy and rich,” the napuh said.

The napuh then ran away from the jackfruit and headed to the king’s palace. He thought that he was doing the right thing and that he would be rewarded by the king. He didn’t realize that he had been fooled by the mouse deer and that there was no king in the forest. He also didn’t realize that the ring was fake and that it had no magic power. He was just obeying the mouse deer’s words because he believed them.

The mouse deer watched the napuh run away. He laughed and said, "Ha ha ha, that was easy. I tricked the napuh and got rid of him. Now I can enjoy this jackfruit by myself. It’s so delicious and sweet. I’m the smartest and the luckiest animal in the forest

Artinya

Kancil dan Napuh

Pada suatu hari, di sebuah hutan lebat, hiduplah seekor kancil yang cerdik dan seekor napuh yang ganas. Napuh adalah sejenis babi hutan yang besar dan kuat yang bisa sangat berbahaya. Kancil dan napuh sering bersaing satu sama lain untuk mencari makanan dan wilayah. Mereka selalu berusaha menipu dan mengalahkan satu sama lain.

Suatu hari, kancil sedang mencari buah-buahan yang matang untuk dimakan. Ia menemukan sebuah nangka yang besar dan manis yang telah jatuh dari pohon. Ia hendak menikmati nangka itu ketika ia mendengar suara mendengus di belakangnya. Ternyata itu adalah napuh, yang juga mencium bau nangka dan ingin memilikinya untuk dirinya sendiri.

“Hei, kancil, minggir dari nangka itu. Nangka itu milikku,” kata napuh.

“Tidak, itu tidak benar. Aku yang menemukannya duluan. Nangka itu milikku,” kata kancil.

“Jangan berdebat denganku, kancil. Kau tahu aku lebih kuat dan besar darimu. Jika kau tidak mau terluka, lebih baik kau pergi sekarang,” ancam napuh.

Kancil tidak takut dengan napuh. Ia punya rencana cerdik untuk menipunya. Ia pura-pura ketakutan dan berkata, “Oh, napuh, kau benar. Kau memang lebih kuat dan besar dariku. Aku tidak mau berkelahi denganmu. Tapi bisakah aku meminta tolong sebelum aku pergi?”

“Apa itu?” tanya napuh dengan curiga.

“Bisakah kau tolong membukakan nangka ini untukku? Nangka ini terlalu keras untuk kugigit dengan gigiku. Aku hanya ingin mencicipi sedikit saja sebelum kuserahkan padamu,” kata kancil.

Napuh mengira bahwa kancil sedang bodoh. Ia setuju untuk membantunya, berpikir bahwa ia bisa dengan mudah mengambil seluruh nangka setelah membukanya. Ia berkata, “Baiklah, kancil, aku akan membantumu. Tapi kau harus berjanji untuk pergi segera setelah aku membukanya.”

“Aku berjanji, napuh. Terima kasih banyak,” kata kancil.

Napuh kemudian menggunakan taringnya yang tajam untuk merobek nangka itu. Begitu ia melakukannya, kancil segera melompat ke atas nangka dan mulai makan sebanyak mungkin. Napuh sangat marah. Ia mencoba mengejar kancil, tapi kancil terlalu cepat dan lincah. Ia menghindari serangan napuh dan terus makan nangka.

“Hei, kancil, berhenti. Kau bohong padaku. Kau bilang kau akan pergi setelah aku membuka nangka,” teriak napuh.

“Aku tidak bohong, napuh. Aku bilang aku akan pergi segera setelah kau membukanya. Tapi kau membukanya terlalu lambat sehingga aku harus menunggu lama. Aku jadi lapar dan memutuskan untuk makan sedikit. Bukan salahku kalau kau terlalu lambat,” kata kancil.

“Itu omong kosong, kancil. Kau menipuku. Kau pembohong dan pencuri. Kembalikan nangkaku,” kata napuh.

“Maaf, napuh. Aku tidak bisa mengembalikan apa yang sudah kumakan. Lagipula, nangka ini bukan milikmu. Nangka ini milik raja. Ia menanam pohon ini dan ia akan sangat marah jika tahu kau mencoba mencuri nangkanya,” kata kancil.

“Raja? Apa yang kau bicarakan, kancil? Tidak ada raja di hutan ini,” kata napuh.

“Ada, napuh. Ia sangat kuat dan agung. Ia tinggal di istana di seberang hutan. Ia punya banyak penjaga dan pelayan. Ia juga punya mahkota emas dan tahta emas. Ia adalah penguasa hutan ini dan ia suka nangka. Ia menyuruhku menjaga nangka ini dan memastikan tidak ada yang lain yang memakannya,” kata kancil.

“Benarkah? Aku tidak percaya, kancil. Kau mengarang ini. Tidak ada raja seperti itu di hutan ini. Dan kalau pun ada, kenapa ia memilihmu untuk menjaga nangkanya? Kau hanya seekor kancil yang kecil dan lemah. Kau tidak pantas menjadi penjaga,” kata napuh.

“Itu benar, napuh. Ada raja di hutan ini dan ia memilihku untuk menjaga nangkanya. Ia percaya padaku karena aku pintar dan setia. Ia juga memberiku hadiah istimewa untuk membuktikan bahwa aku adalah penjaganya. Apakah kau mau melihatnya?” kata kancil.

“Hadiah apa?” tanya napuh dengan tertarik.

“Cincin emas. Cincin ini sangat indah dan berharga. Di cincin ini ada nama dan cap raja. Cincin ini juga punya kekuatan ajaib. Cincin ini bisa membuat siapa pun yang memakainya menuruti perintah raja. Apakah kau mau mencobanya?” kata kancil.

Napuh tertarik dengan kata-kata kancil. Ia berpikir bahwa cincin emas mungkin benar-benar ada dan ia bisa menggunakannya untuk keuntungannya. Ia berkata, “Baiklah, kancil, tunjukkan cincin emas itu. Jika kau berkata jujur, aku akan membiarkanmu. Tapi jika kau berbohong, aku akan memakanmu dan nangkanya.”

“Oke, napuh, aku akan menunjukkan cincin emas itu. Tapi kau harus berjanji untuk melakukan apa yang kukatakan. Kalau tidak, cincin itu tidak akan berfungsi,” kata kancil.

“Aku berjanji, kancil. Tunjukkan saja cincinnya,” kata napuh.

Kancil kemudian mengeluarkan cincin emas dari sakunya. Sebenarnya itu adalah cincin palsu yang ia temukan di sampah manusia. Ia memasangnya di jarinya dan berkata, “Lihat, napuh, ini cincin emasnya. Cincin ini sangat mengkilap dan berharga. Di cincin ini ada nama dan cap raja. Bisakah kau melihatnya?”

“Ya, aku bisa melihatnya, kancil. Cincin ini sangat mengkilap dan berharga. Di cincin ini ada nama dan cap raja. Tapi bagaimana aku tahu bahwa cincin ini punya kekuatan ajaib?” tanya napuh.

“Gampang, napuh. Cukup pasang cincin ini di jarimu dan kau akan tahu. Cincin ini akan membuatmu menuruti perintah raja. Tapi ingat, kau harus melakukan apa yang kukatakan. Kalau tidak, cincin ini tidak akan berfungsi,” kata kancil.

“Baiklah, kancil. Berikan cincin itu padaku. Aku akan memasangnya di jariku dan melihat sendiri,” kata napuh.

Kancil kemudian memberikan cincin itu kepada napuh. Napuh memasangnya di jarinya dan berkata, “Lalu apa?”

“Lalu, napuh, kau harus mendengarkanku dengan baik. Aku akan memberitahumu perintah raja. Kau harus mengikutinya dengan tepat. Jika kau melakukannya, cincin ini akan membuatmu bahagia dan kaya. Jika tidak, cincin ini akan membuatmu sengsara dan miskin. Apakah kau mengerti?” kata kancil.

“Ya, kancil, aku mengerti. Katakan perintah raja,” kata napuh.

“Bagus, napuh. Perintah pertama adalah: kau harus meninggalkan nangka ini dan tidak pernah menyentuhnya lagi. Nangka ini milik raja dan ia akan menghukummu jika kau memakannya. Apakah kau setuju?” kata kancil.

“Ya, kancil, aku setuju. Aku akan pergi ke istana raja dan membungkuk padanya. Aku akan minta maaf karena mencoba mencuri nangkanya dan memohon ampun. Aku akan menawarkan jasamu dan kesetiaanmu,” kata napuh.

“Hebat, napuh. Perintah ketiga adalah: kau harus berlari secepat mungkin ke istana raja. Kau harus menghindari rintangan dan bahaya di jalan. Kau harus mengabaikan gangguan dan godaan. Kau harus sampai di istana sebelum matahari terbenam. Apakah kau setuju?” kata kancil.

“Ya, kancil, aku setuju. Aku akan berlari secepat mungkin ke istana raja. Aku akan menghindari rintangan dan bahaya di jalan. Aku akan mengabaikan gangguan dan godaan. Aku akan sampai di istana sebelum matahari terbenam,” kata napuh.

“Sempurna, napuh. Kau telah menuruti perintah raja. Sekarang kau bisa pergi dan melakukan apa yang telah kau setujui. Cincin itu akan membuatmu bahagia dan kaya. Selamat tinggal, napuh. Selamat jalan,” kata kancil.

“Selamat tinggal, kancil. Terima kasih untuk cincinnya. Aku akan melakukan apa yang telah kau setujui. Cincin itu akan membuatku bahagia dan kaya,” kata napuh.

Napuh kemudian berlari meninggalkan nangka dan menuju istana raja. Ia berpikir bahwa ia sedang melakukan hal yang benar dan bahwa ia akan mendapat hadiah dari raja. Ia tidak sadar bahwa ia telah tertipu oleh kancil dan bahwa tidak ada raja di hutan. Ia juga tidak sadar bahwa cincin itu palsu dan tidak punya kekuatan ajaib. Ia hanya menuruti kata-kata kancil karena ia percaya padanya.

Kancil menonton napuh berlari. Ia tertawa dan berkata, “Ha ha ha, itu mudah. Aku menipu napuh dan mengusirnya. Sekarang aku bisa menikmati nangka ini sendirian. Nangka ini sangat lezat dan manis. Aku adalah hewan yang paling pintar dan paling beruntung di hutan ini.”