Malay-English Vocabulary; Containing 6500 Malay Words or Phrases with Their English Equivalents Together with an Appendix of Household, Nautical and M

Malay-English Vocabulary; Containing 6500 Malay Words or Phrases with Their English Equivalents Together with an Appendix of Household, Nautical and M

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1902 edition. Excerpt: ...land. Ko sorg-kan, to empty. Ko'ta (Sk.), a fort, fortress, forti-fied town. Cf. kubn and ben-terg, Ko'tak, compartments or di-visions in a box or drawer. Sampan ko'tak, a small Chinese boat with lockers in the stern. Ko'tor, dirty, filthy. Cf. chmar. Ko'tor-kan, to dirty, soil. K-rak' nasi, rice which adheres to the pot after boiling. K-ra'mat (Ar.), marvel, prodigy: worthy of veneration; especially tombs of saints or remarkable persons, trees, or other natural objects, to which votive offerings are made. K-ran'da (Sk.), coffin; also loig. K-ra'ni, clerk. K-ran'jarg, a large basket, crate. Cf. bakul. K-ran. ji, a timber tree. K-rap', often, frequently; also k-rap' kali. K-rar' and ka'rar (Ar.), settled, fixed, established. K-ras', hard, stiff, severe, diffi-cult. K-ras ha'ti, hard hearted. K-ras k-pa'la, obstinate. K-ras' pren tah-rga, he rules with severity. A'rgin k-ras', a strong wind. A'yer k-ras', spirituous liquors. Pu'kul k-ras', to strike hard. K-ra'si, to force, compel. Cf. gagahi. K-ras'kan, to increase the sever-ity or intensity of a thing. K-k-ra'san, hardness, compulsion. K-rat', m-ig-rat', k-an, to cut, cut off, amputate. Cf. prggal. S-k-rat', a piece, a part. K-ra'tan, a piece cut off. K-ra'warg, open work such as carving, crochet or lace. K-re'ta (Port.), carriage, cart. K-re'ta a'pi, railway, tram. K-re'ta Hoig-koig', jinrikisha. K-re'ta Im'bu, bullock cart. K-re'ta pos', mail cart. K-ta'parg, the Indian almond tree. K-tat', tight fitting. Cf. loiggar. K-ti' (Sk.) (33), one hundred thousand. K-ti'ak, armpit. K-ti'ka (Sk.), time, period, mo-ment; also kutika. K-ti'ka i/rng ba'ik, a favourable time. Pa'da k-ti'ka i'tu, at that time. S-k-ti'ka la'ma-iga, a moment, a short time. K-tok, m-ig-tok' (14B), to knock, rap. Cf. tpok....show more

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