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A Manual Of The Malay Language

Auhtor: William Edward Maxwell

Language: english
Published: 1907

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... would be more apparent in the western settlements), and gradually approaching the Africo-Indian forms farther east.[4] Lastly, Logan supposes, a later ...
... not only words expressive of thought and feelings, but even some signifying natural objects, though doubtless most of these are expressed by aboriginal ...
... Mak. garagaji. |An awl | |j?ra | | |?r? | | | |J. and S. jara. |A coffin | |karanda | | |karanda (basket) | | | |Bat. hurondo. |Royal umbrella | |chatr? ...
... and death is still strong among the Malays, whose pawangs or medicine-men claim to be able to propitiate demons by spells, prayers, and offerings. ...
... of the Indian Archipelago has taken the name of Tanah Malayu, 'Malay country.'. One of the granddaughters of Demang Lebar Daun was married to ...
... uleh. The genitive or possessive case is expressed either by the use of the word punya after the noun, or by placing the noun which signifies the ...
... of primitive verbs are pukul, to strike makan, to eat lari, to run of derivative verbs, ber-kaki, to have feet, from kaki, a foot panjang-kan, ...
... to be heard as far as Sayong tiada ka-tahu-an, not to be understood mata-hari tiada ka-lihat-an sebab ka-lindong-an-lah sayap-nia, the sun was not to ...
... were a very great number of people in the reception-hall- Di balei itu ter-amat-lah baniak orang. His body was very thin- Tuboh-nia sangat kurus. ...
... has, had has, have, and had been, or become done, finished, completed, &c. Habis signifies done, finished, exhausted, expended utterly, completely. ...
... tangan. [Footnote 18: Lit. congealed water ayer batu, stone water is also used, but less correctly.]. [Footnote 19: Penyumbat, a stopper, ...
... maka kapada suatu katika datang-lah musim kamarau maka ka-k[)e]ring-an-lah sagala ayer maka di-suroh uleh raja gajah akan sa-ekor gajah pergi men-chahari ...
... to carry under the arm. Jinjing, to carry in the arms or hands. Galas, to carry slung over the back or shoulder. Kilik, to carry under the arm. Bebat, ...
... tuan sahaja. Tell the cook that last night's dinner was not at all good- Choba bilang kapada tukang-masak makan-an sa-malam ta' baik sakali masak-nia. ...
... Before the flies are astir, just before daybreak. 2. Pechah panas, When the heat commences, sun-up. 3. K[)e]ring ambun, When the dew dries, about ...
... bimbang, risau. Any, barang. Apart, asing (with an opening between), renggang. Appear, to, terbit, timbul. Appearance, rupa, sifat. Apply, to, pasang, ...
... lela, rantaka. Gunpowder, ubat-bedil. Gunwale, rubing. Gutter, saluran-ayr. Habit, custom, `adat (in the habit of), biasa. Hair, rambut, bulu. Hair-pin, ...
... Man-of-war, kapal p[)e]rang. Manage, to, perentah, memerentah. Mane, gambong, jambul. Mange, kudis. Mango, mampelam, mangga (horse-), machang, ...
... Shaft (of a weapon), hulu. Shake, to, goyang, gonchang (hands), jabat tangan. Shallow, chetek, tohor (of a plate or vessel), cheper. Sham, ...
... per-nyaga-an (to carry on), ber-nyaga, menyaga. Trader, sudagar. Tradition, cheritra orang tuah-tuah. Trample, to, pijak, jijak, terajang. Transcribe, ...