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[Ditulis oleh: Firmansyah, Ardhan Madras]
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a.n.b.    (atas nama beliau) in his name.
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aa    (Asia Afrika)  Asia-Africa.
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aal   (Akademi Angkatan Laut) Naval Academy.
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aam   see AM.
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aau   1 ouch ! (exclamation of pain). 2 what ! (exclamation of surprise)
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ab    1 (Anggaran Belanja)  budget. 2 (Angkatan Bersenjata)  armed forces.
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aba   1 (aba-aba) order, command. 2  father.
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abab  exhaled breath.
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abad  1 century. 2 age, era.
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abadi eternal, lasting, enduring.
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abah  direction. 2 see  ABA1.
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abah-abah harness.
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abai  neglectful.
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abang (Jakarta and some other regions) 1 elder brother. 2 (in some regions only) red.
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abangan   (Jv) o. who does not adhere strictly to the precepts of o.'s nominal religion.
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abar  (R.R.) brake.
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abat  see  ABAD.
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abau  k.o. tortoise.
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abbas abbot.
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abc   abese  the ABC's.
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abd   see  ABDI.
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abdas (Islam) absolution before prayer.
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abdei abbey.
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abdi  1 servant. 2 slave.
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abdidalemisme sycophancy.
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abdikasi  abdication.
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abdis abbess.
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abdu  see ABDI.
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abece [ABC] alphabet, ABC's.
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abelur    see  HABLUR.
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aben  cremate.
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aberasi   aberration.
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aberikos  see  ABRIKOS.
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abet  1 appearrance. 2 behavior.
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abib  (in families of Arabic descent)  grandfather.
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abid  1 pious, devout. 2 see  ABADI.
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abidin    /abidun/ (Islam) the faithful.
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abil  see  HABIL.
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abis  see  HABIS.
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abiturien o. who went as far as high school.
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abjad alphabet.
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abjadiah  alphabetical.
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ablak (Jakarta) open wide.
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ablatif   (Ling.) ablative.
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ablur see  HABLUR.
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abn   (Anggaran Belanja Negara) national budget.
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abnormal  abnormal.
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abnormalitas  abnormality.
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abnus (Lit.) ebony.
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abolisi   abolition.
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abon  shredded meat that has been boiled and fried.
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abone subscriber.
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abonemen  subscription  (to a magazine, etc.).
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aborsi    /abortus/ abortion.
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abrak mica.
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abrek 1 very much. 2 see AMBREG.
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abri  [Angkatan Bersenjata Republik Indonesia] Indonesian Armed Forces.
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abrikos   apricot.
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abrit-abritan see  APRIT-APRITAN.
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abruk (Jakarta) slam or set s.t. down with a crash.
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abs   [Asal Bapak Senang] as long as the boss is happy.
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absah valid, legal, legitimate.
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absen absent.
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absensi   take attendance.
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abses abscess.
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absis (Math.) abscissa.
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absolusi  (Rel.) absolution (of sins).
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absolut   absolute.
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absolutisme   absolutism.
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absorpsi  (Ling., Phys.) absorption.
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absten    abstain.
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abstrak   1 abstract, summary, precis. 2 abstract, theoretical.
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abstraksi abstraction.
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absur /absurd/ absurd.
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absurditas    absurdity.
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abu   1 dust. abu-kayu sawdust. 2 ashes. abu-bara cinders. abu-blarak (Java) cleansing powder (of coconut frond). abu-gosok scouring sand.
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abu-abu   gray.
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abuh  1 swollen. 2 swelling.
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abuk  fine powder.
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abur  squander, waste.
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abus  1 smallest portion. 2 of no value, worthless.
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abyad white, transparent, translucent.
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ac    (Air Conditioning) air conditioning.
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acak  1 disordered. 2 random.
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acak-acak in a hurry, hastily.
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acak-acakan   in disorder, chaos.
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acan  (Sd) miniscule in amount.
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acang-acang   1 confidential agent. 2 shop steward. 3 master of ceremonies.
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acap  1 be under water. 2 be stuck in s.t. deeply.
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acapkali  repeatedly, frequently.
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acar  pickles, salad made with raw vegetables mixed with spices and a souring agent.
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acara 1 agenda. 2 program. 3 judicial procedure. 4 jurisdiction
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ace   see AC.
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aceuk (sunda) elder sister.
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aci   1 agreed, settled. 2 valid.  3 (sumatra) pith, starchy core.  4 see ACIK.
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aci-aci   example.
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acik  (Ch, Sumatra) elder sister.
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acir  (Coll.) 1 in disarray. 2 helter-skelter.
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aco   see  KACAU.
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acrit (Coll.) come out in rush.
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acu   /acuan/ 1. 1) hint. 2) reference. 2. 1) mold. 2) matrix. 3.  ready.
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acuh  1 care. 2  /acuhan/ (Jakarta) not care.
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acum  incite, instigate, provoke.
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acung point upward.
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ad    1. [Angkatan Darat] army ground forces. 2.  [Anggaran Dasar] statutes.
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ad-interim    acting, temporarily in a position.
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ada   1 there is, are. 2 (Coll.) be, be present. 3 have, own. 4 did (do so-and-so).  ada-lah  am, is, are.
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adab  1 courtesy. 2 culture. 3 knowing proper behavior.
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adakalanya    sometimes.
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adalat    justice, righteousness.
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adam  1 proper name. 2 (Islam) the prophet Adam.
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adan  see  AZAN.
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adang 1 intercept, block, ambush. 2 block. 3 flag down. 4 wait for (a parade to go by, etc.).
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adanya    See  ADA . 1 presence. 2 existence. 3 situation.
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adap  see   HADAP.
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adaptasi  adaptation.
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adapun    see  ADA.
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adas  dill, fennel.
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adat  1 custom, tradition. 2 customary law. 3 manners, proper behavior.
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adati traditional.
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adecharge (a decart)  see  SAKSI.
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adegan    /adekan/ 1 scene (in a play). 2 (Islam) movement.
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adem  1 cool, calm. 2 cold. 3 tasteless, flat.
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adempause (Sport) breathing spell.
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adhesi    1 adhesion. 2 devotion, attachment.
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adhyaksa  (Leg.) a rank for prosecutors.
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adi   1 superior. 2 splendid, highly valued.
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adib  respectful.
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adicita   ideology.
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adidaya   see  ADI.
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adiguna   (Java) rely too much on o.'s own abilities.
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adik  1 younger brother or sister or younger cousin. 2 form of address to younger brother or sister and younger people in extended family. 3 form of address from husband to wife, boyfriend to girlfriend.
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adikara   dictatorial.
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adikodrat /adikodrati/ (Rel.) the supernatural, the supreme power of God.
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adikuasa  see  ADI.
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adil  1 just, fair, equitable. 2  legal.
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adinda    1 respectful form of address and reference to younger sibling or to a younger person of either sex, esp. 2 form of address to wife or female lover (more affectionate than adik).
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adipati   title for bupati (colonial era).
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adiratna-pekaca   (Lit.) 1 lotus jewel, the sublime jewel. 2 young woman.
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adiwarna  resplendent, excellent.
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adm.  (administrasi)  administration.
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administrasi  administration.
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administratif /administratip/ administrative.
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administratir /administrator/ manager of an estate.
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administratur administration.
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administrir   administrir  administer, manage.
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admiral   admiral.
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adolensi  tax clemency.
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adon  knead.
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adonan    batter, dough.
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adpertensi    advertisement.
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adpis see  ADVIS.
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adpisir   adviser.
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adpokat   see  ADVOKAT2.
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adreng    (Java) eager.
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adres address (of letter).
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adri  (Angkatan Darat Republik Indonesia) the Indonesian Army (revolutionary era).
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adu   1 compete. 2 1) complain about, 2) sue, bring legal action. 3) inform, squeal, tell on, report. 3. sleep (of royalty).
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aduh  1 auch ! ow ! (expression of pain). 2 oh my ! (expression of disappointed surprise).
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aduhai    (Lit.) 1 how beautiful ! how sad ! atc. 2 incredible. staggering.
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aduk  1 stir (tea, etc.). 2 beat (batter, etc). 3 mix. 4 scramble (eggs). 5 interfere in, meddle in (the affairs of others). 6 stir up, confuse, annoy.
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adun  1 dress, finery.  2 see  ADON.
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adven /Advent/ Seventh Day Adventist religious sect or adherent thereof.
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adverbia  adverb.
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adverbial adverbial.
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advertensi    see   ADPERTENSI.
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advis advice.
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advokat   1 lawyer.  2 avocado.
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adzan see  AZAN.
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aerodinamika  aerodynamics.
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aeronotika    aeronautics.
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af    break off, break up.
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afal  1(Islam) works, deeds. 2 1) waste portions of butchered animals. 2) reject products of a factory.  3 see  HAFAL.
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afasi aphasia.
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afdal 1 good, fine, nice. 2 (Islam) ritually pure.
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afdeling  section, department (colonial era).
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afdlal    /afdol/ see  AFDAL.
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afdruk    print, copy.
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affiliasi see AFILIASI.
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afiat 1 healthy. 2 good health.
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afiks (Ling.) affix.
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afiksasi  affixation.
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afiliasi  affiliation.
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afinitas  affinity.
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afirmasi  affirmation.
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afiun see  APIUN.
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afkir see  APKIR.
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aflos /aflus/ see APLOS.
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afrikat   (Ling.) affricate.
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afrit evil spirit.
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afwah blessing.
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agah  meng-agah 1 stare fixedly forward (esp. in certain sports). 2 stare at (to start a fight). 3 put o.'s face forward.
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agak  1 rather, somewhat. 2 approximately, about. agak-agak  1 guess, vague idea, fantasy. 2 careful.
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agaknya   it seems, probably.
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agam  1 virile, manly. 2 sturdy, hefty.
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agama religion.
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agamawan  religious person, religionist.
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agamawi   religious.
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agamis    religious.
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agan  intend, plan.
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agar  in order that, in order to.
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agar-agar 1 k.o. seaweed. 2 gelatin made of seaweed.
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agas  sandfly, gnat.
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agen  1 agency, branch. 2 agent.
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agenda    agenda.
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agendaris secretary or clerk who draws up the agenda.
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agendir   enter on an agenda.
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agih  distribute evenly, apportion.
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agitasi   agitation.
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agogo 1 Western dance. 2 rock and roll.
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agraria   agrarian affairs.
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agregat   1 electric generator. 2 aggregate.
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agresi    aggression.
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agresif   /agresip/ aggressive.
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agresor   aggressor.
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agressif  see  AGRESIF.
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agri-bisnis   agribusiness.
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agri-industri agri-industry.
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agronomi  agronomy.
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aguk  locket.
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agul  1 boast of. 2 make a show of, display, show off.
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agung 1 exalted, high, noble. 2 impressive.
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agustus   August.
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ah    1 ah ! alas ! 2 yachh !(exclamation og disgust).  see  A1.
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ah-ih-eh  exclamation of indecision.
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aha   aha !
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ahad  1 one.  2 Sunday.
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ahadiat   unity.
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ahala dynasty.
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ahdiat    see  AHADIAT.
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ahir  see AKHIR.
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ahlak see  AKHLAK.
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ahli  1.1) expert, specialist. 2) virtuoso. 3) skilled, highly competent, professional.  2. 1) members. 2 relatives.
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ahlubait  (Islam) owner of the house, host.
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ahlukubur (Islam) the deceased.
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ahlulsuluk    (Pl.) mystics.
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ahmak 1 a fool. 2 foolish. 3 stupid.
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ai    (ad interim) acting, temporary.
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ai-lap-yu (Sl.) a profession of love.
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aib   1 shame, disgrace, scandal. 2 error, mistake.
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aidil-fitri   see  IDUL-FITRI.
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aih   exclamation of surprise.
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ainulyakin    with the complete conviction of o. who has witnessed.
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air   1 water, liquid. 2 juice.
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ais   ais-an carrying cloth.
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aisyiah   reformist Muslim organization for women.
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aja   (Coll.) see  SAJA.
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ajab  1 surprised, astronished. 2 see  AZAB.
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ajaib 1 miraculous. 2 astonishing, remarkable. 3 remarkableness
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ajak  1.1)  invite. 2) challenge. 3) stimulus. 2. (Java) wild dog. 3. (M) similar to, as.
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ajal  predestined hour of death, end.
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ajam  (Lit.) Iran, Persia.
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ajan  see  AZAN.
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ajang 1 site. 2 arena.
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ajar  1.1) (Coll.) study.  2) learn.  2 hermit.
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ajat  see  HAJAT.(Jakarta).
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aje   see   SAJA.
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ajeg  /ajek/ steady, stable, constant.
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ajektif   /ajektiva/ adjective.
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ajeng see  JENG.
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ajengan   (Java) community leader. s.o. to emulate.
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aji   1 spell, charm, magical formula.  2 1) (Lit.) king, ruler. 2) o. who is a champion at doing s.t.
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ajidan    see  AJUDAN.
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ajimat    see AZIMAT1.
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ajinomoto any k.o. taste enhancer, monosodium glutamate.
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ajir  stake, marker.
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ajojing   k.o. rock-style dancing.
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ajrih respect and fear.
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aju   1 institute. 2 put, ask (a question). 3 file, submit, make (application).
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ajubillah see   AUDUBILLAHI.
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ajudan    1 adjutant. 2 (Navy) chief petty officer.
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ajuk  1. 1) observe, estimate. 2)  test, put to the test, sound out. 2 mimic, imitate, parrot, mock.
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ajun  1 purpose. 2. adjunct.
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ajung adjunct.
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ak.   (akuntan) accountant (used in academic degrees).
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akabri    (Akademi Angkatan Bersenjata) Armed Forces Academy.
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akad  contract, agreement, convenant.
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akademi   academy.
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akademik  academic.
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akademikus    an academic.
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akademis  academic.
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akaid dogma.
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akal  1 mind, intellect, reason. 2. intelligence. 3 way, tactics. advice, instruction. 5 deceit, trickness, cunning.
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akali intelligent.
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akan  1 will, about to (particle marking future events). 2 . 1) about, regarding.  2) for, with purpose of. 3) as for.
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akang (Sunda, Jakarta) term of address or reference for  elder brother.
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akar  1 root. 2 root, source.
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akas  1. clever, handy, skillful. 2. 1) upside down. 2) the opposite.
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akasa see  ANGKASA.
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akasia    acacia.
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akat  see   AKAD.
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akaunting see  AKONTING.
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akbar 1 exalted, great. 2 big.
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akekah    ritual shaving of baby's head for first time (us. on the seventh day after birth).
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akh   see  AH1.
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akhbar    newspaper, the press.
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akhir end, finish.
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akhiran   (Ling.) suffix.
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akhirat   the hereafter, the beyond.
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akhirnya  final, last.
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akhirulkalam  in conclusion.
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akhlak    character, morals.
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akhlas    see   IKHLAS.
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akhli see   AHLI1,2.
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aki   1 storage battery. 2 (in some regions only) grandfather.
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akiau (Jakarta, China) young China man.
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akibat    result, consequence.
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akibatnya finally, as a consequence.
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akidah    belief, faith.
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akik  carnelian, agate.
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akilbalig /akilbaligh/ 1 of age, grown up (from age 15 on). 2 legally responsible.
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akir  see  AKHIR.
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akisir    battery acid.
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akkord    see  AKORD.
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aklamasi  acclamation.
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aklimatisasi  acclimatization.
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akmal (Rel.) utterly perfect (of God).
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akmil (Akademi Militer) Military (Army) Academy.
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akomodasi accommodations.
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akompanimen   accompaniment.
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akonting  accounting.
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akor  see   AKUR.
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akord harmonic chords.
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akordeon  /akordion/ accordion.
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akpol (Academi Kepolisian) Police Academy.
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akrab intimate, chummy.
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akreditasi    accreditation.
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akronim   acronym.
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aksara    1 letter of the alphabet,  2 script.
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aksarawan o. who is literate.
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aksef (aksi sefihak) unilateral action.
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akselerasi    acceleration.
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aksen accent.
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aksentuasi    1 (Ling.) accentuating. 2 accent, stress. 3 emphasis, stress.
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aksep an IOU, promissory note.
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akseptable    acceptable.
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akseptor  acceptor, esp. o. who has agreed to practice birth control.
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aksesori  /aksessory/ accessory.
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aksi  1 action. 2 lawsuit. 3 boasting, bragging. 4 pretense, airs. 5 handsome, attractive (of apparel, behavior, etc).
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aksioma   axiom.
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aksiomatis    axiomatic.
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akta  1 official document. 2 diploma, certificate.
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akte  see  AKTA.
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aktentas  briefcase.
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aktif 1 active, energetic. 2 (Ling.) active (verb, etc). 3 functioning. 4 favorable.
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akting    1 o. temporarily in charge. 2 o. who assumes responsibility.
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aktip see  AKTIF.
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aktir see  AKTOR.
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aktiva    (Fin.) assets.
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aktivis   activist.
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aktivitas /aktivitet/ activity.
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aktor actor.
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aktris    actress.
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aktual    see   AKTUIL.
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aktualisasi   actualization.
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aktualisir    actualize, bring up to date.
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aktualitas    timeliness, topicality.
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aktuil    recent, topical, current.
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aku   1. I (familiar, intimate).  2. see  AKI1.
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akuaduk   aqueduct.
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akuan 1 confession, admission. 2 genie, spirit.
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akuarel   aquarelle.
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akuarium  aquarium.
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akuisme   egocentricity, self-centeredness
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akulturasi    acculturation.
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akumulasi accumulation.
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akumulatif    accumulative.
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akuntan   accountan.
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akuntansi accountancy.
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akunting  see  AKONTING.
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akupungtur    /akupunktur/ acupuncture.
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akur  agree to do, go along with.
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akuran    muttually agree.
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akurat    accurate, precise, exact.
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akustik   /akustika/ acoustics.
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akustis   acoustic.
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akut  acute, critical (crisis, illness, etc.).
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akwal (Lit.) words, speech.
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al    (antara  lain)  among others.
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al-masih  the Messiah.
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al-qur'an the Koran.
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ala   1 in the style (of). 2 (alaah) exclamation of exasperation.
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alah  1 defeated, beaten, conquered. 2 see  ALA2
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alaihissalam  (Islam) Upon him be peace (used after mention of o. of the prophets other than Muh.)
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alaikum'salam (Islam) Peace be unto you (said as a response to assalam alaikum).
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alal-bihalal  see HALAL-BIHALAL.
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alam  1. 1) world, realm. 2) nature, natural. 2. (Islam) be more knowledgeable.3. banner, standard.
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alamat    1 address. 2 omen, sign, indication. 3 target. 4 title (of a book).
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alami /alamiah/ natural, concerned with nature.
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alan-alan comedian, jokester.
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alang 1 middle, medium. 2. 1) crosswise, diagonal. 2) crossbeam, bar. meng-alang-kan place s.t. athwart. 3. see  HALANG.
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alang-alang   tall, coarse grass.
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alap  1. alap-alap 1) hawk. 2) thief.  2 nice, attractive, handsome.
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alarm / alarem/ alarm, danger signal.
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alas  1. 1)base, foundation. 2 layer, lining, convering.  2. (Java) forest.
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alat  1. 1) instrument, tool, device, equipment. 2). organization. 3) (Fin.) asset. 4) bodily organ.  2. 1) guest. 2) feast, party.
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album album.
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ale   (Ambon) you (respectful).
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alegori   allegory.
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alegoris  allegorical
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alegro    allegro.
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aleksander    topaz.
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alem  spoiled, pampered.
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alergi    allergy, allergic.
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alesduk   scarf.
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alfabet   alphabet.
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alfabetis alphabetical.
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alfatihah (Islam) first chapter of Qur'an recited every prayer time and before praying for dead (esp. at burial), etc.
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algojo    1 executioner, hangman. 2 bully. 3 butcher, murderer.
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algoritme algorithm.
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alhamdu   (Islam) 1 first word of the alfatihah. 2 the alfatihah.
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alhamdulillah (Islam) Praise be to God (us. said in thanksgiving).
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alhasil   1 eventually, in the end.  2 consequently, in sum, the result.
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ali-ali   man's ring.
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ali-baba  Ali-Baba
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aliansi   alliance.
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alias 1 i.e., namely, in other words. 2 otherwise called.
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alibi alibi.
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alif  first letter of the Arabic alphabet.
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alih  shift, change position.
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alihbahasa    /alihbasa/ translation.
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alik  see  ULANG.
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alim  1 learned. 2 pious, religious, devout.
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alimentasi    alimony.
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aliminium see  ALUMINIUM.
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alinea    paragraph.
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aling 1 aling-aling  shelter, protective cover.  2 mechanical bearing.
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alir  1. ideology. 2. smooth. 3. a line with live bait (to catch crocodiles).
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aliran    1 current. 2 current, trend, ideology. 3 political grouping, religious sect. 4 school of learning, scholarly tradition. 5 pipeline. 6 conduit, wiring.
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alis  eyebrow.
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alit  see  TALI.
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aliterasi alliteration.
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aliyah    (Islam) senior high school.
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aljabar   algebra.
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aljasair  /Aljazair/ Algeria.
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aljir Algiers.
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alkali    (Chem.) alkali.
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alkisah   /alkissah/ 1 the story. 2 once upon a time.
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alkitab   the Bible.
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alkitabiah    biblical.
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alkohol   alcohol.
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alku  (Coll.) pimp,  procurer.
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alkuran   see  AL-QUR'AN.
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alkus (Zod.) Sagittarius.
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all round (Coll.) diverse capabilities, versatile.
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all-in    (Coll.) everything included, complete.
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allah God.
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allahumma (Islam) O God (in prayers and Koranic recitations).
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allamah   (Lit.) very learned.
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alm.  (almarhum) the late,  the deceased.
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almahdi   (Islam) the Messiah (of the Last Judgment).
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almaktub  (Rel.) Holy Book.
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almalun   (Lit.) the damned.
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almanak   1 almanac. 2 calendar.
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almarhum  1 the late, the deceased. 2 pass away.
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almarhumah    the late, the deceased (of women).
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almari    see   LEMARI.
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alofon    (Ling.) allophone.
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alokasi   allocation.
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alokir    allocate.
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alomorf   (Ling.) allomorph.
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alon-alon 1. (Java) slow, slowly. 2. see  ALUN-ALUN.
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alot  1 tought (of meat). difficult.
470
alpa  neglectful, inattentive.
471
alpabet   see  ALFABET.
472
alpaka    k.o.  alloy.
473
alpukat   see   ADVOKAT2.
474
alri  (Angkatan Laut Republik Indonesia) Indonesian Navy.
475
altar altar.
476
alternasi alternation.
477
alternatif    alternative.
478
alto  alto.
479
altruis   altruist.
480
altruisme altruism.
481
altruistis    altruistic.
482
altur (Zod.) Taurus.
483
alu   rice pestle.
484
alum  faded, wilted, withered.
485
aluminium aluminum.
486
alumni    alumnus, alumna.
487
alun  wave, swell.
488
alun-alun town square.
489
alunan    alunan
490
alur  1. 1) gully, channel  2) plot (of a story). 3) slot, groove. 4) space. 2.  hold a discussion.
491
alus  see  HALUS.
492
aluwung   (Java) preferable.
493
alveolar  alveolar.
494
am    1 general, ordinary, common. 2 universal.
495
ama   1 see  HAMA.  2. (Jakarta) see  SAMA.
496
amah  (in some regions only) female Ch servant.
497
amal  1 deed, work. 2 good deed, charity.
498
amaliah   charitable.
499
aman  1 peaceful, calm. 2 safe, secure.
500
amanah    /amanat/ 1 trusteeship, mandate. 2 intruction, mandate, commission. 3 (Mil.) order of the day. 4 speech, message.
501
amandel   1 almond. 2 tonsil.
502
amandemen amendment.
503
amandir   amend.
504
amang threat.
505
amar  (Lit.) injunction, command (esp. of God).  amar-an order, charge, injunction.
506
amarah    (Lit.) anger.
507
amat  1 very, exceedingly. 2. 1) watch closely, keep track of. 2)  inspect. 3) monitor, guard.
508
amatir    amateur.
509
amb   (Abri Masuk Desa) policy of military personnel participating in village  development projects.
510
ambah trade, handicraft.
511
ambah-ambah   plague, pest.
512
ambai scoop net.
513
ambai-ambai   k.o. sea crab.
514
ambal 1. carpet. 2.  ambal-an 1) procession. 2)  troops.
515
ambang    1. 1) threshold, sill. 2) railroad tie. 2. float.
516
ambar 1. 1) ambergris. 2) amber. 2. see  HAMBAR.
517
ambasadir /ambasador, ambasadur/  ambassador.
518
ambeg-parama-arta (Java) first things first.
519
ambeien   hemorrhoids, piles.
520
ambek pout, be unwilling to move, work, or take part.  ambek-an tending to sulk.
521
ambekan   breath, breathe.
522
ambelas   see  AMBLAS.
523
ambeles   see  AMBLES.
524
amben 1 sash worn with woman's sarong. 2 wooden or bamboo platform for sleeping.
525
amberol   see  AMBROL.
526
amberuk   see  AMBRUK.
527
ambet 1 diaper. 2 swaddling clothes. 3 bindings, bandage.
528
ambia the prophets (plural of nabi).
529
ambigu    ambiguous.
530
ambiguitas    ambiguity.
531
ambik (Call., M)  see  AMBIL.
532
ambil take. ambil-alih take over.
533
ambin 1 strap, sling. 2 see  AMBEN2.
534
ambing    udder.
535
ambisi    ambition.
536
ambisius  ambitious.
537
ambivalen ambivalent.
538
ambivalensi   ambivalence.
539
amblas    disappear, vanish.
540
ambleg    /amblek/ give way, collapse (of a bridge, etc.).
541
ambles    mire, bog down, sink in mud. ambles-an  (geol.) subsidence.
542
amboi hey ! (exclamation of surprise or sympathy).
543
ambok arrogant, haughty.
544
ambrek    untidy, messy.
545
ambreng   strong-smelling.
546
ambrin    (Coll.) sweetheart.
547
ambring-ambringan indescribable, unheard of.
548
ambrol    1 collapse (esp. of flat surfaces), sag. 2 be destroyed.
549
ambruk    collapse (houses, buildings). fall down.
550
ambu-ambu k.o. fish, the bonito.
551
ambul 1 bounce, rebound, ricochet. 2 bob up and down.
552
ambulan   /ambulans/ ambulance.
553
ambung    bounce, soar.
554
ambyar    (Java) splatter, fall apart.
555
ambyuk    (Java) 1 swarm, gather in large numbers. 2 fall down (of a tree).
556
ame   (Jakarta) see  SAMA 1,2.
557
amen  statement uttered when begging.
558
amendemen see  AMANDEMEN.
559
amendir   see  AMANDIR.
560
amerika   1 N. or S. America. 2 America, American.
561
amerikanisasi Americanization.
562
amerikanisme  Americanism.
563
amfibi    amphibian (vehicle, animal).
564
amil  (Islam)  mosque official who collects the tithe.
565
amin  amen.
566
amir  (Lit.) commander,  leader (of gvt.).
567
amirulmukminin    (Islam) caliph.
568
amis  putrid taste or odor of fish.
569
amit-amit God forbid !
570
ammaba'dah    /ammaba'dahu/ and furthermore (used in formal correspondence and speeches).
571
ammi  illiterate
572
amn   (Akademi Militer Nasional) National Military Academy.
573
amnesti   amnesty.
574
amoh  (Java)  in rags.
575
amoi  (in some regions only) form of address and reference to China girl.
576
amok  see AMUK.
577
amonia    /amoniak/ ammonia.
578
amor  (Lit.) love.  dewi-amor  goddess of love.
579
amoralitas    amorality.
580
amorf (Biol.) amorphous.
581
amortisasi    (Econ.) amortization.
582
amour see   AMOR.
583
amoy  see AMOI.
584
ampai 1 slim, slender.
585
ampai-ampai   jellyfish.
586
ampang    1 insipid, tasteless. 2 see  EMPANG.
587
ampas waste, dregs.
588
ampat (Jakarta) see  EMPAT
589
ampe  see   SAMPAI.
590
ampek 1 have difficulty breathing. 2 asthma.
591
ampela    chicken gizzard.
592
ampelas   see  AMPLAS1,2.
593
ampelop   see  AMPLOP.
594
amper 1 (Madura) porch, veranda. 2 . 1) (Elec.) ampere. 2 electric meter.
595
ampera    (Amanat Penderitaan Rakyat) Message of the People's Suffering (Soekarno-era slogan).
596
ampera    (Amanat Penderitaan Rakyat) Message of the People's Suffering (Soekarno-era slogan).
597
amphibi   /ampibi/ (Coll.) see  AMFIBI.
598
ampir see  HAMPIR.
599
ampiran   (Java) stopping-off place.
600
ampitasi  see  AMPUTASI.
601
ampiteater    amphitheater.
602
ampitir   meng-ampitir  amputate.
603
amplas    1 fig tree. 2 sandpaper.
604
amplasemen    see  EMPLASEMEN.
605
ampli /amplifayer/ amplifier.
606
amplop    envelope.
607
ampo  k.o. red medicinal clay for stomach upsets.
608
amprok    meet, run into.
609
ampu  1 support, prop up   .2 see EMPU.
610
ampuh 1 1) endowed with magical power. 2) potent, efective (of medicine). 2. flood, overflow,  inundation.
611
ampul 1 (Med.) ampul. 2 swell, expand.
612
ampun 1 pardon, forgiveness. 2 mercy.
613
amput (Java, Vulg.)  have sexual intercourse .
614
amputan   1 female genitalia. 2 mistress.
615
amputasi  amputation.
616
amputir   see   AMPITIR.
617
amra  k.o. mango.
618
amril 1 sandpaper. 2 emery board or paper.
619
ams   (Algemene Middelbare School) k.o upper secondary school (colonial era).
620
amsal 1 proverb. 2 parable. 3 (Bib) Proverbs.
621
amsiong   (China) internal injury.
622
amtenar   government official.
623
amtenarisme   officialism, bureaucratism.
624
amuba amoeba.
625
amubawi   amoebic.
626
amuk  1 go berserk, run amuck. 2 rage violently.
627
amukan    1 fight. 2 uncontrolled raging.
628
amunisi   ammunition.
629
ana   (Jakarta, used by those of Arab descent or educated in Islam schools)  I.
630
anafora   anaphora.
631
anaforis  anaphoric.
632
anak  1 child. 2 offspring. 3 native of. 4 member of a group. 5 dependent, sub, smaller variant, accessory of. 6 term of address to a child (most often as nak).
633
anakanda  (Lit.) 1 Child, son (respectful, use mostly in letters with the meaning I or you).  2 familiar form of address to young people.
634
anakronisme   anachronism.
635
analis    analyst, analyzer.
636
analisa   analysis, examination.
637
analisawan    analyst.
638
analisir  analyze.
639
analisis  analysis.
640
analitik  analytic.
641
analitikus    analyst.
642
analitis  analytical.
643
analog    analog.
644
analogi   analogy.
645
anam  see  ENAM.
646
ananda    see  ANAKANDA.
647
anarkhis  1 anarchic. 2 anarchist.
648
anarki    anarchy.
649
anarkis   see  ANARKHIS.
650
anarkisme anarchism.
651
anasir    element.
652
anatomi   anatomy.
653
anbia see  AMBIA.
654
ancai disabled (of a ship).
655
ancak 1 bamboo stand or container for offerings to spirits. 2 rack, shelf.
656
ancak-ancak   indifferent, casual, nonchalant.
657
ancam say s.t. threatening.
658
ancar-ancar   /ancer-ancer/ 1 estimate. 2 target date, time, or amount.
659
ancoa (China) How's it going ?
660
ancuk (Java, Vulg.) copulate.
661
anda  you (common in newspapers and journals, and sometimes used in speech as a neutral form).
662
andai if. andai-nya  supposing or suppose  that.
663
andak 1 (Naut.) reef, take in ( a sail). 2 limit, restrict, decrease.
664
andal 1 rely on. 2 trade on.
665
andalan   1 mainstay. 2 security, pledge. 3 chief seat (at national or territorial level).
666
andalas   (Lit.) Sumatra.
667
andam 1. 1) trim o's hair or beard neatly. 2) have a hairstyle that requires care.  2.  lock up. 3 (M) grave.
668
andang    torch.
669
andang-andang 1 (Jakarta) mole, birthmark. 2 (Naut.) yardarm.
670
andap (Java) able to be humble.
671
andapita  k.o. cake.
672
andar 1  explain in great detail, give a long-winded account. andar-an protracted account, explanation. 2 see  MATI.
673
ande  see  HANDAI, ANDAI.
674
andel see  ANDAL.
675
andeng-andeng see ANDANG-ANDANG.
676
andepi    see  ANDEWI.
677
anderak   elephant pit.
678
anderok   slip, petticoat.
679
andewi    endive.
680
andi  title of nobility in S. Sulawesi.
681
andil 1 (Fin.) share. 2 contribution.
682
andon see  ANDUN.
683
andong    four-wheeled carriage drawn by two horses common in Central Java.
684
anduk 1. 1) hold up high in a strap. 2) hold.   2. see  HANDUK.
685
andukan   1) support, prop. 2) sling.
686
andun go to.
687
andunan   outsider.
688
andung    (Medan) grandmother.
689
ane   (Jakarta) see  ANA.
690
aneh  strange, queer, peculiar.
691
aneka various, diverse, all sorts of.
692
anekdot   /anekdote/ anecdote.
693
aneksasi  annexation.
694
anem  see  ENAM.
695
anemer    building contractor.
696
anemi anemia.
697
anestesi  anesthesia.
698
anestesiologi anesthesiology.
699
anfal (Coll.) 1 attack. 2 heart attack.
700
ang   (M) you  (when addressing males).
701
angah see   ENGA2.
702
angan 1 thought, notion, idea. 2 chimera, illusion.
703
angan-angan   1 thought, notion, idea. 2 fantasy, illusion, day dreaming.
704
angcui    k.o. red China liquor.
705
angel (Java) 1 difficult. 2 strange, unusual.
706
anget see  HANGAT.
707
angga tine, branch of antler.
708
anggak    conceited, arrogant, haughty.
709
anggal    1 light, insignificant. 2 slack, light. 3 lightly loaded (of a ship).
710
anggap    1 opinion.  2 (Lit.) nod the head to invite another to join in dancing or drinking.
711
anggapan  1. 1) opinion, belief. 2) judgment. 3) suspicion, hunch, impression. 2. such an invitation (by a nod) to dance or drink.
712
anggar    1 estimate, calculate, compute.  2 (Sport) fencing. 3. 1) (Av.) hangar. 2) shed, warehouse (at harbor). 3 quay.
713
anggaran  estimate, calculation, consideration.
714
anggauta  see  ANGGOTA.
715
angger    fixed (of prices).
716
anggerek  /anggerik/ see  ANGGREK.
717
anggit    1 lace, thread, string (shoes, etc.) 2 fasten or secure with rattan (for thatching). 3 composed, draft.
718
angglap   (Coll.)  1 embezzle (money). 2 steal (goods). 3 default, welsh (on debts).
719
anggota   1 member. 2 member, limb. 3 part, component.
720
anggrek   orchid.
721
anggrekwan    orchid grower or enthusiast.
722
angguk    nodding of head (to indicate agreement or due to dozing).
723
anggul    the head, tip upward.
724
anggun    1 neat, hansome. elegant (of building or appearance). 2 affected, pretentious. 3 haughty.
725
anggung   lift, raise.
726
anggur    1.  1) be unemployed, be idle. 2) lie idle. 2. slip. cutting (of plants).  3. 1) grape. 2) wine.
727
anggut    1 nod due to drowsiness. 2 move erratically, pitch (of a ship).
728
anghun    (China) k.o. tobacco.
729
angin 1 wind. 2 air. 3 rumor.
730
angin - anginan   blow hot and cold, fickle, be capricious.
731
angina    tonsilitis.
732
angit odor of burnt rice or bread.
733
angka 1 figure, numeral, digit. 2 rate. 3 mark, grade.
734
angkar    see  ANGKER.
735
angkara   (Lit.) 1 greedy (for power, wealth, position). 2 egotistical, self-centered. 3 brutal violence, savagery.
736
angkasa   1 sky. 2 heaven, firmament. 3 atmosphere.
737
angkasawan    1 spaceman, astronaut. 2 broadcaster, announcer.
738
angkasawati   1 spacewoman, female astronaut. 2 female broadcaster, announcer.
739
angkat    1 lift, raise. 2 take away, remove (esp. in petty commerce). 3 (in set phrases) begin to do s.t.
740
angkel    pocket money given to  a military recruit.
741
angker    1. 1) eerie (esp. of haunted places). 2) (Coll.) terrible. 2. 1) anchor. 2 motor armature.
742
angket    1 inquiry, poll. 2 questionnaire.
743
angkin    (China) cloth waistband, sash worn by women.
744
angkit    remove hot pans or coals from the fire.
745
angklung  musical instrument consisting of suspended bamboo tubes which sound when shaken.
746
angkong   k.o. gambling game with three cards.
747
angkong-angkong   sit idly, do no work.
748
angkota   see  ANGKUTA.
749
angkringan    (Java) long carrying pole with hampers on either end.
750
angku see  ENGKU.
751
angkuh    1 arrogant, conceited.  2. form, appearance.
752
angkup    tweezers.  angkup-angkup 1 valve. 2 tweezers.
753
angkut    1 carry, transport. 2 carry away. 3 contain.
754
angkut-angkut k.o. wasp.
755
angkuta   (Angkutan Kota) gvt. organized small vehicle transportation systems in small urban centers.
756
anglap    see  ANGGLAP.
757
angler    1 pleasant. 2 smooth. 3 quiet, tranquil.
758
angler - angleran calm, content.
759
anglisisme    anglicism.
760
anglo brazier.
761
anglong   1 terrace. 2 speak in a confused manner.
762
angon (Java) graze cattle.
763
angonan   livestock.
764
angop (Java) a yawn.
765
angot 1 have a relape, become angry or ill again. 2 be delirious.
766
angpau    (China) gift of money in a red envelope (esp. at China  weddings, New Year).
767
angsa goose.
768
angsana   k.o. tree.
769
angsio    (China) red-braised cooking.
770
angsu (Java) draw water.
771
angsur    1 little by little. 2 move forward a little. 3 in installments.
772
angus see  HANGUS.
773
angut 1 nap, doze. 2 fritter o.'s time away.
774
ani   wooden device of loom where warp fits.
775
ani-ani   small palm-held reaping knife for cutting rice stalks.
776
aniaya    1 ill treatment. 2 tyranny, oppression. 3 injustice.
777
aniem /Arim/ (Algemene Nederlandsch Indisch Electriciteit Maatschappij) electricy (company) (esp. of colonial era).
778
animis    animist.
779
animisme  animism.
780
animo 1 zest, energy, gusto. 2 interest.
781
aning-aning   k.o. large wasp or bee.
782
anion (Chem.) negatively charged ion.
783
anis  anise, anisette.
784
anja-anja spoiled, pampered.
785
anjak thrust, push, shove.
786
anjal 1 bounce, rebound. 2 elastic, springy, resilient.
787
anjang-anjang 1 k.o. sea fish, the gurnard. 2 small trellis of split bamboo, lattice.
788
anjangkarya   field trip,study tour.
789
anjangsana    a visit of a high official to the field for inspection or to another country.
790
anjar anchor.
791
anjiman   (Lit.) merchant ship of the Brithis E. Indian Company.
792
anjing    1 dog. 2 (Derog.) despicable fellow.
793
anjing-anjing k.o. tree.
794
anjir k.o. tree.
795
anjlog    1 descend rapidly, plummet.  2 shift rapidly.
796
anju  attempt, running start.
797
anjung    1 extension, annex (often an enclosed veranda). 2 ship's bridge. 3 (R.R.) platform (of coach).
798
anjur 1. 1) stick out, jut out, protrude. 2) move on or toward.  2.  withdraw.
799
anjuran   1 proposal, suggestion. 2 recommendation, advice.
800
anm.  (Anumerta) posthumous.
801
annemer   see ANEMER.
802
annuitet  see ANUITET.
803
ano   see ANU.
804
anoa  /anoang/ (Sulawesi) dwarf buffalo.
805
anoda anode.
806
anom  (Java) young.
807
anom  (Java) young.
808
anomali   anomaly.
809
anomi anomie
810
anonim    anonymous.
811
anonimitas    /anonimitet/ anonymity
812
anonser   announcer.
813
anotasi   annotation.
814
ansambel  ensemble.
815
ansar /ansor/ (Islam) Muh.'s followers in Medina when he departed Mecca.
816
ansur see  ANGSUR.
817
ant.  (Antara) Indonesian News Agency.
818
anta  see  ANTAH2.
819
antagonis antagonist.
820
antagonisme   antagonism.
821
antagonistis  antagonistic.
822
antah 1 rice chaff, bran. 2 ber-antah fabled, imaginary. 3 see  ENTAH.
823
antakusuma    see  BAJU.
824
antam see  HANTAM.
825
antamer   /antamir/ undertake, tackle.
826
antan rice pestle.
827
antap 1 calm, quiet. 2 see  ANTEP.
828
antar 1 accompany.  2. inter-antar (used in compounds).
829
antar-antar   1 rotor. 2 piston rod.
830
antara    1 between. 2 in, about (of time). 3 not far from. 4 in the meanwhile.
831
antarabangsa  see  ANTARBANGSA.
832
antarbangsa   international.
833
antari    see  Baju.
834
antariksa 1 (outer) space, interplanetary space. 2 planetary atmosphere.
835
antariksawan  astronaut, cosmonaut.
836
antariksawati female astronaut or cosmonaut.
837
antartika antarctic.
838
antarvokal    (Ling.) intervocalic.
839
anteb see  ANTEP.
840
antedatering  retroactive dating.
841
antedatir date s.t. retroactively.
842
antek (Coll.) henchman, lackey
843
antelas   see  KAIN.
844
antem see  HANTAM.
845
antena    /antene/ antenna, aerial.
846
anteng    (Java) 1 calm, quiet. 2 being quiet and sticking to o.'s work.
847
antep (Java) heavy, solid, massive.
848
anter see  ANTAR1.
849
antere    /anteri/ see  ANTRE.
850
antero    whole, all, total, entire.
851
anteseden antecedent.
852
anti  1 be opposed to. 2 anti-, resistant to. anti-biotika  antibiotic. anti-gemuk nonfattening. anti-karat stainless (steel), rustproof. anti-peluru/pelor invulnerable to bullets. anti-perang antiwar.
853
antih spin.
854
antik 1. 1) antique. 2) ornate, higly embellished (furnishings, etc.). 3 eccentric. 2. 1) lively. 2) cute (esp. of children).
855
antiklin  (Geol.) anticline.
856
antilop   antelope.
857
antimon   /antimonium/ antimony.
858
antimon   /antimonium/ antimony.
859
anting    anting-anting 1 pendant, earring. 2 pendulum of clock.
860
anting-anting drongo bird.
861
antipati  antiphaty.
862
antipoda  /antipode/ 1 antipodes. 2 wholly opposite (of individuals).
863
antisemit anti-Semite
864
antiseptis    antiseptic.
865
antisipasi    anticipation.
866
antisipir meng-antisipir  anticipate.
867
antitesa  /antitese, antitesis/ antithesis.
868
antologi  anthology.
869
antonim   antonym.
870
antonimi  antonymy.
871
antrasit  anthracite.
872
antre /antri/ stand in line, queue up.
873
antropolog    anthropologist.
874
antropologi   anthropology.
875
antuk 1 come in contact with, touch. 2 see  KANTUK.
876
antul bounce, rebound (of a ball).
877
antun see  ORANG.
878
antung-antung hanging holder for earthen jugs.
879
antup sting.
880
antusias  enthusiastic.
881
antusiasme    enthusiasm.
882
anu   1 whatchumacallit, what's-his-name (hesitation form). 2 (Math.)  unknown quantity. 3 say, by the way.
883
anuang    see  ANOA.
884
anugerah  1 (Rel.) a gift from God. 2 gift from a person of higher status to o. of lower status.
885
anuitet   annuity.
886
anulir    annul, cancel.
887
anumerta  posthumous.
888
anut  attentive, meek, pliant.
889
anyal 1 peevish, petulant.  2 resentful, annoyed.
890
anyam plait.
891
anyaman   1 cane work, plaited mats. 2 plait, tress, braid.
892
anyang    k.o. salad of raw meat and shellfish or raw fruit with spices.
893
anyar (Java, Madura) new.
894
anyelir   carnation.
895
anyep (Java) 1 bland not salty. 2 clammy, damp.
896
anyes (Java) cold and damp.
897
anyir rancid, rank, smelling of fish oil.
898
ap    (Angkatan Perang) Armed Forces.
899
apa   1 what, which. 2 a quetion marker. 3 or. 4 eh (hesitation marker, filler word).
900
apabila   (Lit.) when (esp. in indirect questions).
901
apak  musty, moldy, sweaty.
902
apakala   (Lit.) when (esp. in temporal clauses,).
903
apal  see  HAFAL.
904
apalagi   1 above all, especially. 2 even less, let alone. 3 moreover, besides.
905
apalah    1 please. 2 what does it amount to ? (Nothing !).
906
apam  k.o. rice flour cake.
907
aparat    1 apparatus, appliance, instrument. 2 institution, agency.
908
aparatur  apparatus.
909
aparteid  see  APARTHEID.
910
apartemen apartment.
911
apartheid apartheid.
912
apas  1 elegant. 2 (coll.) be unlucky, be jinxed.
913
apati apathy.
914
apatis    apathetic
915
apatisme  apathy.
916
apbn  (Anggaran Pendapatan dan Belanja Negara) national budget.
917
apdeling  see  AFDELING.
918
apdn  (Akademi Pemerintahan Dalam Negeri) Civil Service Academy.
919
apdol see  AFDAL.
920
ape-ape   k.o. cake made from wheat flour.
921
apek  see  APAK.
922
apel  apple.
923
apem  see APAM.
924
apermut   see  HAVERMUT.
925
apersepsi apperception.
926
apes  see  APAS2.
927
aphasi    see  AFASI.
928
api   1 fire. 2 flame, blaze. 3 spirit.
929
apik  1 neat and nice, trim. 2 attractive, chic.
930
apikal    apical.
931
apit  hemmed in, wedged in.
932
apitan    1 clam  2 (elec) terminal  3 press  extractor (sugarcane , petroleum)  4 intercalation , interpolation.
933
apium raw opium.
934
apkir 1 cast off. 2 rejected (for the army).
935
aplikasi  application.
936
aplos 1 relieve, take turns. 2 redeem.
937
aplus 1. applause.   2. see APLOS.
938
apokat    see ADVOKAT2.
939
apolitik  apolitical.
940
apollo-kronco rides at an amusement park.
941
apopleksi apoplexy.
942
aposisi   apposition.
943
apostolik apostolic.
944
apostrof  /apostrofe/ apostrophe.
945
apotek    pharmacy, dispensary.
946
apoteker  pharmacist.
947
apotik    see  APOTEK.
948
appel see  APEL.
949
apr   (Amanat Penderitaan Rakyat) Message of the People's Suffering (Sukarno-era slogan).
950
apr.  (April) April.
951
apra  (Angkatan Perang Ratu Adil) Army of the Just King, a right-wing terrorist group in West Java (about 1950).
952
apresiasi appreciation.
953
apri  (Angkatan Perang Republik Indonesia) Indonesian Armed Forces.
954
april April.
955
apris (Angkatan Perang Republik Indonesia Serikat). Army of the United States of Indonesia.
956
aprit-apritan run pell-mell, run feverishly.
957
apuh  wrung dry, squeezed our.
958
apukat    see  ADVOKAT2.
959
apung float, buoyed up.
960
apuran    gutter,drain, drainage ditch.
961
apus  1 (Java) deceive, trick. 2 see  HAPUS.
962
aqidah    see  AKIDAH.
963
aqil-balig    see AKILBALIG.
964
ara   1 tropical fig tree (several species). 2 plants siilat to ara.
965
arafah    (Islam) a desert valley near Mecca which has an important role in hajj ceremonies.
966
arah  1. 1) direction, course. 2) aim, direction, purpose.  2  see ARA.
967
arak  1. 1) rice wine, arrack. 2) liquor (esp. brandy, gin). 2. procession.
968
arakian   (Lit.) moreover, the next thing in the story.
969
aral  hindrance, obstacle.
970
aram-temaram  twilight.
971
arang charcoal.
972
arangesemen   see  ARANSEMEN.
973
arangsir  see   ARANSER.
974
aransemen arrangement.
975
aranser   /aransir/ 1 arrange. 2 arranger.
976
ararat    (Rel.) Ararat, the mountain where Noah's ark rested.
977
ararut    arrowroot.
978
aras  1.border, limit.  aras2, arasy (Rel.) the throne of God.
979
arbaa see  Rabu.
980
arbab see  REBAB.
981
arbei strawberry.
982
arbitrase arbitration.
983
arca  statue, image.
984
archeologi    see ARKEOLOGI.
985
arde  (Elec.) ground.
986
are   100 square meters.
987
areal acreage.
988
arek  (Java) child.
989
aren  sugar palm.
990
arena arena.
991
ares  (Leg.) arrest.
992
arestasi  detention, capture.
993
argometer fare-meter (e.g. in taxis).
994
argumen   argument, case, plea, reason.
995
argumentasi   argumentation.
996
ari   1 see  ARI-ARI. 2 see ULAR. 3 see kulit. 4 see  HARI.
997
ari-ari   1 abdomen. 2 placenta.
998
aria  1. 1) title of nobility. 2 the Aryan race. 2. aria.
999
arif  1 learned. 2 wise, clever, skillful. 3 capable.
1000
arifin    (Lit.) intelligent person.
1001
arih  hold out, extend.
1002
arik  insomnia
1003
aring 1. 1)trap, snarl. 2) lasso. 2. odor of urine.
1004
ario  see  ARIA.
1005
arip  see  ARIF.
1006
aris  1 hem. 2 edge, border (of sail, etc.).
1007
arisan    regular  social gathering whose members contribute to and take turns at winning an aggregate sum of money.
1008
aristokrasi   aristrocracy.
1009
aristokrat    aristocrat.
1010
arit  1 sicle. 2 knife for tapping rubber trees. 3 grass knife.
1011
arive established, attained a position.
1012
arjuna    1 the chief hero of the Mahabharata, known for his martial and sexual prowess. 2 plaboy, womanizer. 3 handsome man.
1013
arkais    archaic.
1014
arkaisme  archaism.
1015
arkeolog  archaeologist.
1016
arkeologi archaeology
1017
arkeologis    archaeological.
1018
arkian    see  ARAKIAN.
1019
arkip see  ARSIP.
1020
arktika   see  ARTIKA.
1021
arloji    timepiece, watch.
1022
armada    fleet.
1023
arnab rabbit, hare.
1024
arnal hairpin, stickpin for the hair.
1025
aroma aroma.
1026
aromatik  aromatic.
1027
aromatis  aromatic.
1028
aron  half-cooked rice.
1029
arona sun.
1030
arpus resin, rosin for violin bows.
1031
arrahman  (Islam) the Merciful (i.e. God, esp. in  prayers or sermons).
1032
arransir  see  ARANSER.
1033
arrive    see  ARIVE.
1034
arrohim   (Islam) the Benevolent O. (i.e. God, esp. in sermons).
1035
arsen /arsenikum/ arsenic.
1036
arsip 1 archives. 2 files.
1037
arsiparis 1 archivist. 2 file clerk.
1038
arsir shade in (a drawing).  arsir-an hatching (in sketching), shaded-in area.
1039
arsitek   architect.
1040
arsitektur    architecture.
1041
arsitekturil  architectural.
1042
arso  (Java)  front of an exalted person.
1043
art   (Anggaran Rumah Tangga) rules of association.
1044
arta  see  HARTA.
1045
artawan   see  HARTAWAN.
1046
artesis   artesian.
1047
arti  1 meaning. 2 sense. 3 significance, importance.
1048
artifisial    /artifisiil/ artificial.
1049
artika    arctic.
1050
artikel   1 article, clause. 2 article, column. 3 (Ling.) article.
1051
artikulasi    articulation.
1052
artikulator   (Ling.) articulator.
1053
artileri  1 artillery, ordinance. 2 artillery, gunners.
1054
artis artist.
1055
artistik  artistic.
1056
arts  (Coll.) physician.
1057
aru   Buginese title.
1058
aruan see  HARUAN.
1059
aruh  see  PENGARUH.
1060
arum-dalu k.o. night-blooming flower.
1061
arum-manis    cotton candy.
1062
arun  stir, mix in.
1063
arung wade across, across.
1064
arus  1. 1) current. 2) flow.  2. see  HARUS.
1065
arwah soul, departed spirit.
1066
arya  see  ARIA 1.
1067
aryaduta  (Lit.) ambassador.
1068
as    1. 1) axle. 2 axis. 2. (Crd.) ace.
1069
as.   (alaihissalam) Peace be with him (uttered after mention of minor prophet).
1070
asa   hope.
1071
asabat    1 nerve. 2 sinew, muscle.
1072
asad  (Zod.) Leo.
1073
asada Buddhist holiday commemorating Siddharta's first sermon after being enlightened.
1074
asah  grind down (teeth or gem).
1075
asah,asih,asuh    (Java) a teacher's slogan : teach, love, care for.
1076
asai  muldered, mildewed.
1077
asak  1 move, budge. 2 cram, jam.
1078
asal  1. 1) origin, source. 2) beginning, cause. 2. 1) provided that, as long as. 2)  do s.t. for no good reason other than just to do it. 3) just be able to do the most important, basic thing and no more.
1079
asali 1 original, primary. 2 ancient. 3 of good family, wellborn.
1080
asaliah   see  ASALI.
1081
asam  1 sour. 2 acid. 3. k.o. tree, tamarind
1082
asap  1 smoke. 2 fumes. 3 smoked.
1083
asar  1 (Islam) afternoon prayer (about four p.m.). 2 period between three and four p.m.
1084
asas  1 basis, principle.. 2 foundation, base.
1085
asasi fundamental, basic.
1086
asbak ashtray.
1087
asbes asbestos.
1088
asbun (asal bnyi) speak without forethought.
1089
asbut (asap kabut) smog.
1090
ase   1. k.o. curry soup with meat. 2. (air conditioner) air conditioner.
1091
asean (Association of South East Asian Nations)  ASEAN.
1092
aseli see  ASLI.
1093
asem  see  ASAM.
1094
asembling assembling, assembled.
1095
asemblir  assemble.
1096
asep  see   ASAP.
1097
asesanti  (Java) utter a slogan.
1098
asese approved, agreed.
1099
asesori   accesories.
1100
asetilen  acetylene.
1101
asfal see  ASPAL 1.
1102
ashadu    see  ASYHADU ANLA ILA HA ILLALLAH.
1103
asi   (Air Susu Ibu) mother's milk.
1104
asia  Asia.
1105
asih  1 see ASAH ASIH ASUH. 2. see MAHAASIH.
1106
asik  see  ASYIK.
1107
asimetri  asymmetry.
1108
asimetris asyimmetric.
1109
asimilasi assimilation.
1110
asimot    see  AZIMUT.
1111
asimptot  (Math.) asymptote.
1112
asimut    see  AZIMUT.
1113
asin  1 salty. 2 salty, briny.
1114
asing 1 strange, foreign, alien. 2 odd. 3 remote, isolate. 4 different.
1115
asisten   1 assistant. assistant in a university.
1116
asitilen  see  ASETILEN.
1117
askar see   LASKAR.
1118
asli  1 original. 2 genuine, authentic. 3 indigenouse, native, authochthonous. 4 aboriginal, primitive. 5 innate, inborn
1119
asma  1 name (esp. of God).  2. asthma.)
1120
asma  1 name (esp. of God).  2. asthma.)
1121
asmara    romantic love.
1122
asmaragama    (Java) the art of sexual relations.
1123
asnowo    (Asli Cino Jowo) (Derog.) Javanese Chinese.
1124
aso   (Coll.)  rest, take a break.
1125
asoi  /asoii/ 1 passionate, hot. 2 wonderful, super. 3 be absorbed in s.t.
1126
asonansi  assonance.
1127
asor  (Java) lowly.
1128
asosiasi  association.
1129
asoymasoy see  ASOI.
1130
aspal 1 asphalt. 2 (asli palsu) (Humorous) s.t. that looks original but is falsified.
1131
asparaga  k.o. vine used in floral arrangements.
1132
aspek aspect.
1133
aspektual aspectual.
1134
asperges,asperjis asparagus.
1135
aspiran   aspirant, candidate.
1136
aspirasi  aspiration.
1137
aspirat   (Ling.) aspirate.
1138
asprak    (Coll.) appointment.
1139
aspri (Asisten Pribadi) personal assistant.
1140
asrafil   see  ISRAFIL.
1141
asrakal   a ceremonial meal.
1142
asrama    1 dormitory, hostel, residence hall. 2 barracks.
1143
asri  1 beautiful. 2 harmoniously chic.
1144
assalam'alaikum   (Islam) Peace be unto you (a greeting). - warahmatullohi wabarakatuh (Islam) Peace be to you and Allah's mercy and blessing as well.
1145
assembling    see  ASEMBLING.
1146
asset (economic) assets.
1147
assoi see  ASOI.
1148
assumsi   see  ASUMSI.
1149
assyooi   see  ASOI.
1150
astaga    Heaven forbid, For heaven's sake.
1151
astaganaga    (Sl.) gee whiz !.
1152
astagfirullah,astagh-firullah astaghfirullahal'azim (Islam) May God forgive me ! (uttered when o. is shocked by immoral behavior).
1153
astaka    see  BALAI 1.
1154
astakona  1 octagon. 2 polygon.
1155
astana    see  ISTANA.
1156
asteng    (Asia Tenggara) S.E. Asia.
1157
aster see  BUNGA.
1158
astrolog  astrologer.
1159
astrologi astrology.
1160
astronaut astronaut.
1161
astronautika  astronautics.
1162
astronomi astronomy.
1163
astronomis    astronomical, celestial.
1164
astronot  see  ASTRONAUT.
1165
astronotik    see  ASTRONAUTIKA.
1166
asu   (Java) dog ! bastard !
1167
asuh  1 care for, take care of, rear, bring up (a child). 2 educate, bring up. 3 train, prepare. 4 maintain, lend support to.
1168
asuhan    1 upbringging,rearing  2 education  3 leadership,direction  4 sponsorship .
1169
asumsi    assumption.
1170
asung (M) incite, stir up.
1171
asuransi  1 insurance. 2 insurance payment or installment. 3 insurance payment received.
1172
asusila   immoral.
1173
asut  see  HASUT.
1174
aswo  (asli Jowo) authentic Javanese.
1175
asyar see  ASAR.
1176
asyhadu-an-la-ila-ha-illallah (Islam) 1 the first part of the confession of the faith. 2 I testify there is no God but Allah (an exclamation of astonishment upon hearing or seeing s.t. forbidden by religion).
1177
asyik 1 passionate. 2 be infatuated. 3 busy, occupied. 4 absorbed, eager.
1178
asyoi see  ASOI.
1179
asyura    (Islam) 10th day of Muharram, which commemorates Muh.'s grandsons Hassan and Hussein, Day of Atonement.
1180
at    (Asia Tenggara) S.E. Asia.
1181
atak  k.o. three-wheeled vehicle similar to the bemo.
1182
atal  (Atase Angkatan Laut) naval attache.
1183
atap  1 thatched roof of palm leaves. 2 roof.
1184
atar  k.o. perfume.
1185
atas  1 on, upon, on top of. 2 upper. 3 above, upstairs. 4 over (an amount), in addition.
1186
atase attache.
1187
atau  or.
1188
ataukah   1 or (in questions). 2 whether.
1189
atawa (Coll.)  see  ATAU.
1190
ateis atheis. ke-ateis-an atheism.
1191
ateisme   atheism.
1192
atensi    attention.
1193
athan (Atase Pertahanan) defense attache.
1194
ati   see  HATI.
1195
atlas atlas.
1196
atlet athlete.
1197
atletik   athletics.
1198
atlit see  ATLET.
1199
atma  (Lit.) 1 breath (yoga exercises). 2 soul.
1200
atmil (Atase Militer) military attache.
1201
atmosfera, atmosfir   atmosphere.
1202
atol  (Geog.) atoll.
1203
atom  atom.
1204
atomisasi atomization.
1205
atop  burp, belch.
1206
atos  hard.
1207
atraksi   attraction.
1208
atret (Coll.) back up, go in reverse.
1209
atribut   attribute.
1210
atributif (Ling.) attributive.
1211
atsiri    volatile.
1212
atu, atud (Atase Udara) air attache.
1213
atuh  (Sunda) oh, hey.
1214
atung see  KATUNG.
1215
atur  arrange.
1216
au    exclamation of pain or amazement.
1217
aubade    solemn evening ceremony of taking down the flag.
1218
audiensi  audience (with royalty, etc.).
1219
audio-visuil  audiovisual.
1220
audisi    audition.
1221
audit audit.
1222
audubillahi, auzubillahi  (Islam) I take refuge in God, my God protect me (uttered when o. is shocked by immoral or impious behavior).
1223
auk   meng-auk-auk 1 bark (of a dog). 2 caw, cackle.
1224
aula  hall,  auditorium.
1225
aulia (Islam) saints, pious personages.
1226
aum   1 roar (of lion or tiger). 2 raging (of storm).
1227
aung  see   RAUNG.
1228
aur   1 k.o. thin bamboo.  2 see  AWUR1.
1229
aurat 1 (Islam) part of the body which may not be visible while performing a ritual. 2 genitals.
1230
auri  (Angkatan Udara Republik Indonesia) Indonesian Air Force.
1231
auriol    halo.
1232
aus   1 worn-out, threadbare. 2 worn down (of a knife, etc.).
1233
australi, australia.  Australia.
1234
aut   (Sport) out.
1235
autarki   economic self-sufficiency.
1236
autentik  see  OTENTIK.
1237
auto  see  OTO 1.
1238
autobiografi  autobiography.
1239
automatis see  OTOMATIS.
1240
autonomi  see  OTONOMI.
1241
autoped   see  OTOPET.
1242
autopsi   autopsy.
1243
autorisasi    see  OTORISASI.
1244
avgas (aviation gasoline)
1245
aviasi    aviation.
1246
avigas    see  AVGAS.
1247
avontir   see  AVONTUR.
1248
avontirir adventurer.
1249
avontur   adventure.
1250
avonturir see  AVONTIRIR.
1251
avonturisme   adventurism.
1252
avtur (Aviation Turbo Fuel) airplane fuel.
1253
awa   negating prefix used in formal neologisms.
1254
awahama   meng-awahama-kan disinfect, sterilize.
1255
awahidrat peng-awahidrat-an dehydration.
1256
awahutan  meng-awahutan-kan deforest.
1257
awak  1 body, self. 2 crewman, crewwoman. 3 I, my. 4 (Sumatra) Minangkabau. 5 you, your.
1258
awal  1 beginning. 2 beginning, initial. 3 first, early.
1259
awam  1 common, general. 2 lay, nonexpert.
1260
awan  1 cloud. 2 cloudlike decoration.
1261
awang-awang   1 atmosphere. 2 up in the air, uncertain, far off. 3 dizzy.
1262
awangan   impromptu, extemporaneous.
1263
awas  1 careful, watch out. 2 sharp-sighted, far-sighted. 3 (Sport) get set !
1264
awe, awe-awe  (Java)  wave (hand).
1265
awet, awit    durable, lasting.
1266
awloh see  ALLAH.
1267
awur  1 meng-awur scatter, sow. 2 (me)ng-awur do s.t. at random, blindly.
1268
awut  (me)ng-awut do s.t. blindly, carelessly.
1269
awut - awutan 1 tangled (of rope, thread, etc.). 2 tousled (of hair). 3 chaotic, haphazard.
1270
ax    part of a license plate number given to vehicles not paying import duties.
1271
ay.   (ayat) verse (of the Korea, Bible), article (of a law, etc.).
1272
ayah  father, as a term of adress, us, yah.
1273
ayahanda  father (used in letters).
1274
ayak  sieve, sifter. 2  o. who wobbles or waddles.
1275
ayak-ayak k.o. insect with long legs us. found on top of water.
1276
ayal  1 slow. 2 doubtful.
1277
ayam  chiken.  ayam-aduan  fighting cock.
1278
ayan  1.  epilepsy.  2. 1 tin. 2 tin can.
1279
ayaran    (tukang)  pickpocket.
1280
ayat  1 (Rel.) verse. 2 (Leg.) article, subsection. 3 clause. 4 paragraph.
1281
aye   (Jakarta)  I.
1282
ayem  (Java) calm, assured.
1283
ayeng ayaeng-ayeng-an 1 go here and there. 2 go around in circles, accomplishing little or nothing.
1284
ayer  see  AIR.
1285
ayo, ayoh, ayok.  1 come on ! 2 goodbye.
1286
ayom  protected, sheltered.
1287
ayu   pretty, beautiful.
1288
ayub  1 (Islam) o. of the propthets. 2 (Bib.) Job.
1289
ayubagya  meng-ayubagya  celebrate.
1290
ayuh  see  AYO.
1291
ayuhai    (Lit.) an exclamation.
1292
ayun  swing, sway.
1293
ayunda    (Java) elder sister (respectful), esp. in letters.
1294
ayut  (Vulg.) meng-ayut  fornicate.
1295
azab  torment, punishment.
1296
azal  1 endless past, eternity without beginning. 2 see  AJAL.
1297
azali see  ASALI.
1298
azam  1 highly respected. 2 intention.
1299
azamat    see  AZMAT.
1300
azan  (Islam) call to prayer.
1301
azas  see  ASAS.
1302
azasi see   ASASI.
1303
azimat    1. 1 amulet, charm, talisman. 2 mascot.  2. see  AZMAT.
1304
azimut    (Astr.) azimuth.
1305
aziz  1 enormous, great. 2 awe-inspiring.
1306
azmat extraordinary, fantastic.
1307
azza-wa-jalla (Islam) to whom belongs glory and majesty (in reference to God).
1308
b b, the 2d letter of the alphabet.
1309
b' masin  city of Banjarmasin.
1310
b.i., b.i.    (bulan ini) this month, instant.
1311
b/l   (bill of lading)
1312
ba    1 name of the 2d letter of the Arabic alphabet. 2  tanpa bilang ba-dan bu without uttering a sound, without warning.
1313
ba'   see  BAK1.
1314
baal  without feeling, asleep (of foot, leg).
1315
bab   1 chapter (of book). 2 matter, subject, topic. 3 gate, door.
1316
baba  1. 1 father (form of address). 2 older man. 2. see  BABAH, ALI  BABA.
1317
babad history, chronicle.
1318
babah 1 elderly Indonesian-born China man. 2 title for elderly China (as aterm of address, us. bah).
1319
babak 1. 1 stage, phase. 2 (Sport) round, heat, period. 3 (Thea.) act. 4 stanza. 2. babak-belur/bundas black and blue (from a beating or accident), skinned and bruised.
1320
babakan   bark (of tree).
1321
baban see  BEBAN.
1322
babang    gaping  (of mouth, wound, abyss).
1323
babar mem-babar spread, unfurl.
1324
babar-pisan   (Java) completely.
1325
babat 1mem-babat clear away, cut through (jungle,grass, etc.).  2. mem-babat-kan give a blow, strike with s.t.  3 see  BEBAT.
1326
babe  (Jakarta) 1 boss. 2 see  baba 1.
1327
babi  1 pig, hog, pork. 2 swine (term of abuse). 3 (Crd.) a card suit in ceki.
1328
babil quarrelsome. ber-babil squabble, quarrel.
1329
babinsa   (Bintara Pembina Desa) noncommissioned law enforcement officer posted in villages and wards and affiliated with the civilian administration.
1330
babit mem-babit-kan invole, implicate s.o.
1331
babon 1 (Java) (laying hen. 2 original (text), master copy.
1332
babtis    see   BAPTIS.
1333
babu  (Derog.) female domestic servant.
1334
babut rug, carpet.
1335
baca  mem-baca  1 read.  2 recite or chant (holy text, prayer, magic formula, etc.).
1336
bacak 1 moistened, wet. 2 soft from moisture, water-soaked.
1337
bacam mem-bacam impregnate.
1338
bacang    1 (China) preparation of glutinous rice wrapped in bamboo leaves, shaped into a diamond, filled with meat, and steamed. 2 see  EMBACANG.
1339
bacar garrulous, talkative.
1340
baccalaureat  see   BAKALOREAT.
1341
bacek see  BACAK.
1342
bacem steeped prior to cooking.
1343
bacet see  MACAT.
1344
baciluk   see  MAIN.
1345
bacin 1 odor of s.t. retten or spoiled. 2 rotten smelling.
1346
back  see  BEK1.
1347
backing   see  beking.
1348
backingisme   see   BEKINGISME.
1349
bacok a jab (with sharp instrument).
1350
bacot 1 snout. 2 (Derog.) mouth.
1351
bacul 1 spiritless. 2 lacking spunk, cowardly.
1352
bada  1 (Lit.) tak ter-bada-bada beyond words, inexpressible. 2 see  BAKDA.
1353
badai 1. 1 sudden storm. 2 hurricane, typhoon, gale. 2. ter-badai be stretched out on the sofa.
1354
badak 1 rhinoceros. 2 o. oblivious to implied or overt critism, a thick-skinned person.
1355
badal representative, subsitute, assistant.
1356
badam almond.
1357
badan 1 body. 2 torso. 3 body, group, agency. 4 corporation.
1358
badang    large sieve, winnower.
1359
badani,badaniah   physical, bodily.
1360
badar 1. 1 k.o. fish. 2 term for side dishes of meat or fish. 2. full moon. 3. k.o. crystal.
1361
badawi    Bedouin.
1362
badeg,badek   1. an intoxicant beverage made from fermented cassava, rice, etc. 2 (Java) a  guess was right.
1363
badge badge.
1364
badi  1 evil influence (emanating supernaturally from a dead creature). 2 virus.
1365
badik k.o. small dagger.
1366
badkuip   bathtub.
1367
badminton badminton.
1368
badog (Java, Derog.) eat gluttonously. m-badog, nge-badog  eat like a dog.
1369
badui 1 ethnic group in W. Java.  2 see  BADAWI.
1370
baduk (Java) low wall near gate or doorway where o. can sit.
1371
badung    (Jakarta) 1 naughty but witty (of children). 2 naughty, delinquent.
1372
badut clown.
1373
baduta    (bawah dua tahun) (children) under two.
1374
bagadang  see  BEGADANG.
1375
bagai 1 like, as if (often used to introduce idioms and proverbs).
1376
bagaimana 1 how. 2 how about it ?
1377
bagak dauntless, confident.
1378
bagal mule.
1379
bagan 1. 1 draft, blueprint, design. 2 skeleton, frame. 3 program or schedule. 4 chart, diagram.  2. k.o. fishing platform.
1380
bagap see  BEGAP.
1381
bagar k.o. curry.
1382
bagas 1 robust, sturdy (body). 2 strong (wind).
1383
bagasi    1 baggage, luggage. 2 luggage rack. 3 (Auto.) trunk. 4 (R.R.) baggage car.
1384
bagea (Amb) a brittle cake made of sago flour and coconut or kenari nut.
1385
bagero    see  BAGERO.
1386
bagi  1 for. 2 divide.
1387
bagia see  BAHAGIA.
1388
bagimana  see  BAGAIMANA.
1389
baginda   His Majesty (for royalty). 2 (Islam) a respectful term of reference for Muh. 3 (M) title of nobility.
1390
bagong    1. 1) pot-bellied, portly. 2) cumbersome, ponderous. 3 name of a pot-bellied clown in a wayang performance. 2. (Sunda, Jakarta) 1 wild boar. 2 willing sexual partner.
1391
bagor k.o. coarse plaitwork of palm leaves.
1392
baguk see   BEGUK.
1393
bagur hulking, ponderous, massive.
1394
bagus 1 fine, good. 2 good, exemplary.
1395
bah   1 inundation, flooding. 2 exclamation of disgust or  denigration. 3 see  BABAH.
1396
bahadur   1 knight, hero. 2 bold, courageous.
1397
bahaduri  heroic, chivalrous, knightly.
1398
bahagi    see   BAGI.
1399
bahagia   happy.
1400
bahagian  see  BAGI.
1401
bahagiawan    blessed o.
1402
bahak 1 burst of laughter. 2 white-bellied sea  eagle.
1403
bahala    see   BALA 2.
1404
baham (Anat.) molar.
1405
bahan 1 matter, substance, material, cloth. 2 material for producing s.t.  3 object (of criticism, etc.).
1406
bahana    1 loud noise, din. 2 echo.
1407
bahar 1 large body of water (such as river, sea, large lake). 2  a measure of weight (about 400 lb.).  3 see  AKAR.
1408
bahara    see  BARA BAHARA.
1409
bahari    1. 1) antique, ancient. 2 charming. 2. maritime, nautical.
1410
bahariwan,bahariawan  seaman.
1411
bahariwati,bahariawati    female sailor.
1412
baharu    see  BARU 1.
1413
bahas 1 research, investigation, study.  2 criticism.
1414
bahasa    1. 1) language. 2) speech. 3) good manners.  2. that.  3 a little, slightly.
1415
bahasawan linguist.
1416
bahasi    see  BAGASI.
1417
bahath    see  BAHAS.
1418
bahawa    see   BAHWA.
1419
bahawasa  see  BAHASA 2.
1420
bahaya    danger, peril, jeopardy
1421
bahela    see   BAHEULA.
1422
bahenol   nicely shaped, sexy, voluptuous.
1423
baheula   1 old-fashioned, antiquated. 2 ancient.
1424
bahkan    1 in fact, even. 2 moreover, on top of that. 3 on the contrary, in fact. 4 indeed.
1425
bahna (Jakarta, Sunda)  on account of.
1426
bahri see  BAHARI2.
1427
bahtera   1 (Bib.) ark. 2 boat, ship.
1428
bahu  1shoulder. 2 (Java) hamlet headman. 3 see  BAKHU.  4 see   BAU 2.
1429
bahubahasa    (Ling.) multilinguism.
1430
bahureksa see   BAUREKSA.
1431
bahwa that.
1432
bahwasanya    (Lit.) 1 that. 2 truly, indeed.
1433
baiat (Islam) oath.
1434
baid  distant (of relatives).
1435
baiduri   opal  (and other semiprecious stones).
1436
baik  1 good, fine, kind. 2 carefully. 3 yes, all right.
1437
baikut    (China) spare ribs.
1438
bait  1.  abode, house (often used in names of mosques).  2. 1) distich, couplet. 2 (Islam) verse.
1439
baitul-makdis see   BAITUL-MUKADDIS.
1440
baitul-mukaddis   (Islam) the holy city of Jerusalem.
1441
baitullah the holy mosque in Mecca.
1442
baitulmal (Lit.) treasury.
1443
baja  1. 1) steel. 2) armor.  2. fertilizer, manure. 3. (Java) 1) mixture of oil and burnt coconut shell for blacening teeth. 2 dentifrice.
1444
bajag k.o. sweet and fried chili-spiced condiment.
1445
bajaj two-passenger pedicab with motor scooter engine.
1446
bajak 1 plow.  2 bandit.
1447
bajan 1 basin. 2 see  WAJAN.
1448
bajau Samal-speaking sea nomads off the coasts of E. Kalimantan, Sulawesi, and elsewhere in E. Indonesia.
1449
baji  1 wedge. 2 peg.
1450
bajigur   k.o. hot drink made of coconut milk and spices.
1451
bajik good, wholesome, virtuous (life).
1452
bajing    squirrel.
1453
bajingan  1 scoundrel, gangster. 2 thief.
1454
baju  1 jacket, blouse, shirt. 2 clothing, apparel.
1455
bajul (Java) 1 crocodile. 2 scoundrel, rascal. 3 pick-pocket.
1456
bak   1 (Lit.) like, as. 2. 1) basin, vessel. 2) large container.  3. (China) ink. 4. sound of a thud.
1457
bak-bak-kur   1 sounds of birds  and chickens. 2 k.o. childrent's game.
1458
baka  1. eternal, everlasting. 2. 1) family, descant, line. 2) genetic origins.
1459
bakal 1 future, prospective.2 in the making. 3 shall, will.
1460
bakaloreat    baccalaureate.
1461
bakantan  see  BEKANTAN.
1462
bakap k.o. fish, murral.
1463
bakar 1 burn, set on fire. 2 roasted.  3 bake, roast.
1464
bakarat   baccarat.
1465
bakat 1 trace,trail. 2 sign, omen. 3 crest, head. 4 talent, aptitude, propensity.
1466
bakau k.o. mangrove tree.
1467
bakcang   see   BACANG 1.
1468
bakda 1 after. 2 (Java) the celebration at the end of the fasting month.
1469
bakelit   Bakelite (plastic).
1470
bakero    (Japanese)  idiot, imbecile.
1471
bakhil    stingy, miserly.
1472
bakhsyis  see  BAKSIS.
1473
bakhu (China) thin strip of spiced, fried pork.
1474
baki  1 small tray.  2. remainder, residue, balance.
1475
bakiak    wooden clog.
1476
bakik betel vine (leaves are chewed with areca and other ingredients).
1477
bakikuk,bakiluk   see   MAIN.
1478
bakin (Badan Koordinasi Intelijens Negara) State Intelligence Coordinating Agency.
1479
bakmi China noodles (flavored with meat).
1480
bako  1 the relation on the paternal side. 2. see  BAKAU.  3. see  BAKU 2.
1481
bakpao    steamed bun stuffed with meat or other ingredients.
1482
bakpuder  baking powder.
1483
baksi mizzen sail.
1484
baksil    bacillus.
1485
baksis    tip, gratuity, bribe.
1486
bakso 1 China meatballs. 2 soup with meatballs, sliced cabbage and bean threads
1487
baktau    (China) madam (of a brothel), procuress.
1488
bakteri   bacteria.
1489
bakteriologi  bacteriology.
1490
bakti 1 homage, devotion. 2 service. 3 faith, loyalty. 4 filial piety. 5 staunch, loyal, faithful, devoted.
1491
baku  1. 1) standard. 2) fullfledged (teacher, etc.). 3) basic.  2. (Coll.) mutual, reciprocal.
1492
bakul 1. basket. 2. (Coll) small tradswoman.
1493
bakung    1 1 wild lily. 2 k.o. onion.
1494
bakup red and swollen (of the eyes).
1495
bakwan    1 corn fritter (sometimes with shrimp). 2. soup with China meatballs.
1496
bakyu see  MBAK.
1497
bal   1. 1) ball. 2) ballon. 2. bale.
1498
bala  1 troops, army.  2 disaster, catastrophe.
1499
balah ber-balah argue, quarrel.
1500
balai 1. 1) public hall or building. 2) office or bureau, association. 3 house (of parliament). 2. see  BURUNG.
1501
balai-balai   wooden or bamboo couch or sleeping platform.
1502
balairung 1 royal audience hall. 2 market shed or stall.
1503
balam 1 turtledove, banded ground dove. 2 ber-balam, mem-balam be barely visible.
1504
balanak   k.o. fish, gray mullet.
1505
balang    1 long-necked bottle. 2 see  HULUBALANG. 3 see  BELANG.
1506
balans    1 (Coll.) weighing scales. 2 bank balance.
1507
balansir  mem-balansir  balance (wheel, scales, etc.).
1508
balantara see  BELANTARA.
1509
balap race, racing.
1510
balapecah (Java) crockery.
1511
balar 1albino. 2 with white spots (of cattle).
1512
balas reply, response.
1513
balatentara   troops.
1514
balau confused, in  disorder.
1515
bale-bale see  BALAI-BALAI.
1516
balela    rebellion.
1517
bales see  BALAS.
1518
balet ballet.
1519
balgam,balgham    mucus, phlegm.
1520
bali  1 placenta. 2 culinary style characterized by large quantities of chili,  tamarind, and other spices.
1521
balian    1 shaman, traditional medicine practitioner. 2 transvestite medium among the Ngaju Dayak.
1522
balig,baligh  be of age, attain o.'s majority, mature.
1523
baliho    billboard (esp. for movies).
1524
balik 1 return.  2 the reverse side, behind. 3 the reverse, the contrrary. 4 again.
1525
baling    baling-baling 1 propeller. 2 ship's screw. 3 weathercock. 4 toy windmill.
1526
balir see  BALIG.
1527
balistik  1 ballistic. 2 ballistics.
1528
balita    (Bawah Lima Tahun) anak-balita  children under five.
1529
balkanisasi   Balkanization.
1530
balkon    1 balcony. 2 (R.R.) platform.
1531
ballada   /ballade/ ballad.
1532
ballpoin  ballpoint pen.
1533
balmaski  masquerade ball.
1534
balok 1 beam (of wood). 2 crossbar, joint, girder. 3 bar (as in military insignia, line drawn, etc.).
1535
balolo    (barisan lonte lanang) line-up of male prostitutes. (Sl).
1536
balon 1 balloon. 2  (Java) prostitute.
1537
balong    1 pond, pool. 2 fishpond. 3 puddle, mud hole.
1538
balsa balsa.
1539
balsam,balsem balsam, ointment.
1540
balu  widow.
1541
baluarti  fortress, bastion.
1542
baluhan   1 wooden frame for seat on elephant. 2 wooden frame for drum.
1543
balui (Sport) draw, tie.
1544
balun 1 mem-balun beat (with a stick).  2 mem-balun fold, roll up.
1545
balung    1. 1) cockscomb. 2) cockscomb plants.  2. bone. 3 k.o. snakelike fish that swims near water surface.
1546
balur 1. 1) jerky, dried meat. 2 thick skin around neck (of certain animals). 2. see  HABLUR.
1547
balut 1.bandage, dressing, wrapping. 2. red and swollen (of eyes).
1548
bam   1. cross beam to hold rudder. 2. sound of a drum. 3. (Coll.) gun.
1549
bambang   1 vast, extensive. 2 se-bambang elope.
1550
bambo bamboo.
1551
bambung,bambungan (Java) squatter, street people.
1552
bami  see  BAKMI.
1553
bamper    see  BUMPER.
1554
ban   1. 1) tire. 2) ribbon. 3) sash, belt. 4) tire tread. 2. 1) (tennis, badminton) court. 2) train track. 3) (race) track. 3.  see  BAND2.
1555
banal banal, trite.
1556
banat mem-banat whip, thrash, defeat.
1557
bancakan  1 (Java) k.o. ritual feast. 2 victim of mob attack.
1558
bancang   tether (an animal).
1559
bancar    (Java) flow copiously.
1560
bancet    k.o. small frog.
1561
banci 1. 1) effeminate or transvestite homosexual. 2) hermaphrodite. 3) effeminate. 4) powerless.  2. China or Hindu census.  3. k.o. large ax.
1562
bancuh    mixed up, confused.
1563
bancut    protruding (of eyes).
1564
band  1 (ben) band. 2 (ban) radio band. 3 see  BAN 1.
1565
bandal    see  BANDEL.
1566
bandang   large.
1567
bandar    1 harbor, port. 2. 1) water course, channel, duct. 2) ditch, drain. 3. 1) croupier. 2) o. who directs or finances illegal or underhand activities.
1568
bandara   (bandar udara) airport.
1569
bandel    1obstinate, stubborn, recalcitrant. 2 undisciplined, disobedient (of children).
1570
bandela   bale.
1571
bandeng   k.o. fish, milkfish.
1572
banderek  1 k.o. ginger drink served hot. 2. master key, any device used to pick a lock.
1573
bandering slingshot.
1574
banderol  1 strip of paper verifying payment of tax on package of cigarettes, revenue stamp. 2 official price, controlled price.
1575
bandes    1 (bantuan desa) village assistance program. 2 (pembangunan desa) rural development (body).
1576
bandikut  bandicoot.
1577
banding   1 equivalent, equal. 2 consederation, appeal.
1578
bandit    1gangster,  bandit. 2 scoundrel, villain.
1579
banditisme    1 banditry, higway robbery. 2 mentality characterized by thoughtless commercial exploitation of the public.
1580
bando k.o. large headcraft, us. silk.
1581
bandong   see  BENDUNG.
1582
bandos    a sweet tidbit made of cassava.
1583
bandosa   see  BENDOSA.
1584
bandot    1 billy goat. 2 lascivious old man. 3 womanizer, ladies'man.
1585
bandrek   see   BANDEREK1.
1586
bandrol   see  BANDEROL.
1587
bandul    1 pendulum. 2 hanger.
1588
bandung   pair, set, duo.
1589
bandut    cord, string, twine.
1590
bang  1. sound of a bang. 2. 1) muezzin's call to prayer. 2) call others to prayer, 3. see  BANK. 4. see  ABANG.
1591
bangai    ter-bangai 1 neglected. 2 given up.
1592
bangar    see  BANGER.
1593
bangat    1 fast, quick, soon. 2 see  BANGET.
1594
bangau    white egret, tufted heron.
1595
bangbong  sound of an empty barrel when struck.
1596
bangdes   (pembangunan desa) rural development.
1597
banger    stinking, rotten (odor).
1598
banget    (Java) very, excessively.
1599
bangga    rightfully proud.
1600
bangir    (Java) pointed (of nose).
1601
bangka    tough and stiff (of rug, etc.).
1602
bangkahulu    see  BENGKULU.
1603
bangkai   1 carcass, carrion. 2 (Derog.) corpse. 3 (Av.) fuselage (of a crashed plane).
1604
bangkang  mem-bangkang rebel, resist, oppose.
1605
bangkar   1 tough and stiff, coarse. 2 rigid. 3 rigor mortis, rigidity. 4 rough to the touch.
1606
bangkerut see  BANGKRUT.
1607
bangkes   see  BANGKIS.
1608
bangket   1 banquet. 2 k.o. fancy cookie.
1609
bangking  see  BUNGKANG.
1610
bangkir   see  BONGKAR.
1611
bangkir   see  BONGKAR.
1612
bangkir   see  BONGKAR.
1613
bangkis   sneeze.
1614
bangkit   1 get up from seated or prone position. 2 come up.
1615
bangkong  k.o. large  frog.
1616
bangkot,bangkotan (Java) 1 old, advanced in age. 2 old and cantankerous.
1617
bangkrut  bangkrupt.
1618
bangku    bench, seat.
1619
bangkuang,bangkuwang  k.o. juicy tuber.
1620
banglas   vast, extensive (of a view).
1621
bangle    see   BENGLE.
1622
banglo    see  BUNGALO.
1623
bango see  BANGAU.
1624
bangor    naughty, annoying.
1625
bangsa    1 nation, people, race. 2 family, breed, category, sex. (Biol.) order.
1626
bangsai   1 rotten.  2 fragile, brittle. 3 thin, frail.
1627
bangsal   1 shed, warehouse (of wood). 2 public building. 3 market stalls. 4 ward (in hospital). 5 emergency housing, learn-to.
1628
bangsat   1 (Derog.) scoundrel, rascal. 2 (Jakarta) poor person, pauper. 3 bedbug.
1629
bangsawan 1. 1) noble, of nobility. 2) nobility. 3) o. who is not punctual, comes late to work.  2. k.o. drama, often with singing based on European or Arabian themes.
1630
bangsawati    noblewoman.
1631
bangsi    k.o. bamboo lute.
1632
bangun    1 wake up. 2 get up. 3 rise (of dough). 4 structure, form. 5. model, type.
1633
bangus    (Java)  snout.
1634
bani  (Rel.) children of,  descendants of.
1635
baning    k.o. tortoise.
1636
banir buttress root
1637
banjang   (Java) fishing platform.
1638
banjar    1. 1) line, row, series. 2) train of events. 2. (Bali) hamlet association, neightborhood organization.
1639
banji lattice work (as in wall decorations), motif in form of a swastika.
1640
banjir    1 flood, deluge. 2 flood, overflow.
1641
banjur    sprinkle, pour.
1642
bank  (bang)  bank, financial body.
1643
banket    see  BANGKET 2.
1644
banpol    (Pembantu Polisi) auxiliary police.
1645
banpres   (Bantuan Presiden) special precidential aid.
1646
bansai    (Japanese) long live !
1647
bantah    say in disagreement.
1648
bantahan  1 protest, objection. 2 contradiction. 3 back talk. 4 protestation.
1649
bantai    1 butcher. 2 beat up severely.
1650
bantal    pillow, cushion.
1651
bantam    (Sport) bantam weight.
1652
bantang   see  BUNTUNG.
1653
bantar    (Med.) present (illness).
1654
bantaran  (Geog.) flood plain.
1655
bantat    not well done, partially cooked (of bread, etc.).
1656
banteng   the wild ox of Java.
1657
banter    1 fast, quick, speedy. 2 loud, projects or carries well (of voice).
1658
banteras  see  BERANTAS.
1659
banting   throw down forcefully.
1660
bantingan 1 beating. 2 steep reduction (in price). 3 (sudden) shock or swaying.
1661
bantu 1 assist. 2 auxiliary.
1662
bantun    mem-bantun 1 weed (yard). 2 extract, pull out ( a tooth, etc.).
1663
bantut    blocked, aborted.
1664
banyak    1. 1) many, much. 2) have a lot of s.t. 3) excessively. 4) in great quantities. 2. (Java)  goose.
1665
banyo banjo.
1666
banyol    1 joke, jest, gag. 2 clown, jokester, wag. 3 rascal, scamp.
1667
banyu bening  (Java) a high degree of spiritual enlightenment and peace.
1668
banzai    see  BANSAI.
1669
bapa, bapak   1 father. 2 form of address to an older man, esp.  3 part of a respectful title, esp. 4 founder of a cause, movement.  5 spiritual father.
1670
bapakisme paternalism.
1671
bapanda   respectful form of address to o.'s father (esp. in letters).
1672
bapao see  BAKPAO.
1673
baperki   (Badan Permusyawaratan Kewarganegaraan Indonesia) political movement of  the 1950s and 1960s to  integrate ethnic China  into Indonesia society.
1674
bapet 1 penniless, broke. 2  bad, wicked, rude.
1675
baplang   large and thick (of a moustache).
1676
bapparda  (Badan Pembangunan Pariwisata Daerah) Regional Tourism Development Board
1677
bappeda   (Badan Pembangunan Daerah) Agency for Regional Development.
1678
bappenas  (Badan Perancang Pembangunan Nasional) National Planning Board.
1679
baptis    1 (Rel.) baptism. 2 the Baptis sect or adherent thereof.
1680
bapus (Badan Penerangan Uni Soviet) Information Agency of the Soviet Union (common in citites until mid-1960s).
1681
baqa  see  BAKA 1.
1682
bar   bar, cocktail lounge.
1683
bara  1 ember, live coal. 2 heat, warmth. 3 fire, fervor.
1684
bara bahara   ballast.
1685
baragajul see  BERGAJUL.
1686
barah boil, abscess.
1687
barak 1 barracks. 2 quarantine quarters.
1688
barakah   blessed.
1689
baran swampy forest.
1690
barang    1. 1) goods, commodity. 2) article, object. 3) (Coll.) s.t. whose direct mention should be avoided (i.e. marijuana, genitals, etc.). 4) baggage, luggage.  2. any. 3. more or less,  approximately.
1691
barang-barang may it happen thet, would that.
1692
barangan  see  BERANGAN 1.
1693
barangkali    perhaps, maybe.
1694
baras leprosy.
1695
barat 1 west. 2 western, occidental.
1696
barau-barau   k.o. bird, the yellow-crowned bul-bul.
1697
barbar    barbarian.
1698
barbarisme    barbarism.
1699
barbir    barber (in expensive hotels, posh salons).
1700
barbur    1 splash, spill. 2 waste
1701
barel barrel, a measurement for petroleum.
1702
bareng    (Java) with, togheter with.
1703
bares bare-bares-an honest, straightforward.
1704
baret 1. beret. 2. 1) laceration, scratch, abrasion. 2 lacerated, scratched.
1705
bari  see  BAHARI 2.
1706
bari-bari fruitfly.
1707
barik-barik   1 grain (in wood). 2 vein (in marble). 3spotted, speckled (of eggshell).
1708
barikade  barricade.
1709
baring    1 lie down. 2 mem-baring take a bearing.
1710
baris 1. 1) row. 2) line. 3) line, queue. 4). ranks. 5) slide rule. 6 (Mil.) drill). 7) verse.  2. (Bali) k.o. male dance.
1711
barisan   1 ranks    2 rear guard    3 (sport) back (soccer).
1712
barit messenger who delivers letters.
1713
bariton   baritone.
1714
barjah    see  BARZAKH.
1715
barkas    k.o. small steamship.
1716
barokah   see  BARAKAH.
1717
barometer barometer.
1718
baron baron.
1719
barong    1. national dress of Filipino men. 2 (Bali) k.o. dance with mask.
1720
barongan  (Java) folk entertainment featuring performer dressed as monster.
1721
barongsai lion dance us. performed on China New Year.
1722
baros 1 (Java, Sunda) k.o. tropical magnolia. 2 see   BERUAS.
1723
barter    barter.
1724
baru  1. 1) new, recent. 2) modern. 3) fresh. 4) just, only so much up to now. 5) only now, just at acertain time. 6) not until, only then. 7) be in the process of. 2. k.o. tree of seashore with large yellow flowers, beach hibiscus.
1725
baruh lowlands.
1726
baruna    Hindu god of the sea.
1727
barung-barung 1 watchman's hut (in field or orchard). 2 stall, booth, stand. 3 hut, hovel.
1728
barus see  KAPUR.
1729
barusan   (Coll.) just, just now.
1730
barut 1. 1) bandage, dressing. 2) diaper. 2 scratch deeply.
1731
barzakh   (Islam) the place and time between death and the Last Judgment.
1732
barzanji  (Islam) chant recounting Muh.'s life, us. recited on 10th of  Muharram.
1733
bas   1 boss, foreman, overseer. 2.  1) bass (voice). 2) double bass. 3) bass guitar. 3. (Chem.) base.
1734
basa  1 (Chem.) alkali. 2. see  BAHASA 1.
1735
basa-basi 1 good manners, courtesy, politeness. 2 conventional phrase of greeting, etc., conventionality.
1736
basah 1 wet, soaked. 2 damp, moist. 3 fresh (not dried). 4 remunerative.
1737
basal 1. 1) dropsy. 2) scab, scar. 2. basalt.
1738
basi  1. 1) spoiled, stale. 2) stale, out-of-date, not topical. 2. 1) commission, fee. 2) overtime or extra pay. 3) reduction (in price), discount. 3. 1) bowl, dish. 2) serving dish.  4. see  BASA-BASI.
1739
basil bacillus, germ.
1740
basis 1 basis, principle. 2 (Mil.) base.
1741
basit 1 all-embracing (of God). 2. (Math.) indivisible.
1742
baskara   sun (used in mottoes).
1743
basket    (Sport) basketball.
1744
baskom    washbasin.
1745
basmi mem-basmi 1 exterminate (rodents, etc.). 2 eradicate, root out, eliminate (crime, etc.). 3 burn off, clear by burning.
1746
baso  see  BAKSO.
1747
basoka    see  BAZOKA.
1748
bassdrum  bass drum.
1749
bastar    bastard.
1750
basuh washing.
1751
basuki    (Java) prosper, flourish.
1752
basung    1. two dozen. 2. mem-basung  kick (a ball) high. 3 corklike root.
1753
bata  concrete brick.
1754
bata-bata ambivalent, unsettled, wavering.
1755
batak 1 hobo, vagabond. 2 soldier of fortune, adventurer.
1756
batako    k.o conrete brick (manufactured in a modern factory, not in a cottage industry).
1757
batal 1 canceled, null and void. 2 in vain. 3 invalid, invalidate. 4 cancel out, omit.
1758
batalion,batalyon battalion.
1759
batang    1 stem, stalk, blade (grass). 2 stick, pole, shaft.
1760
batara    god, male deity.
1761
batari    goddess, female deity.
1762
batas 1 limit. 2 border, confine, boundary, limits.
1763
batau see  BAKTAU.
1764
baterai   /batere/ 1 dry-cell battery. 2 (Mill.) battery.
1765
bathal    see  BATAL.
1766
bathcup   see  BADKUIP.
1767
bathil    see  BATIL 2.
1768
bathin    see BATIN.
1769
bati  (Java) gain, profit.
1770
batih 1 o.'s household. 2 (nuclear) family.
1771
batik 1. 1) batik. 2) batik work. 2. see  BETIK 1.
1772
batil 1. 1) copper bowl. 2) plate. 3) tray. 2. 1) invalid, null and void. 2) false, wrong. 3) evil, bad.
1773
batin 1 inner, internal, spirityual. 2 mind, heart. 3 arcane, esoteric.
1774
batiniah  spiritual, internal, moral.
1775
batis batiste, cambric.
1776
batkep    see  BADKUIP.
1777
batok 1 coconut shell.  2 dry measure, about a litter.
1778
batu  1 stone. 2. milestone, milepost. 3. artificial diamond. 4 (Coll.) flint (of lighter), battery.  5 classifier for teeth.
1779
batuk 1 a cough. 2 to cough.
1780
batur 1 shelf. 2 (Java) servant.
1781
bau   1. 1) scent, smell, aroma, odor. 2) unpleasant odor, stench, stink. 3) furnes. 4) (Coll.) give off an odor. 5) suggest an element of. 2. surface measurement, 7096.5 square meters.
1782
baud  see BAUT.
1783
bauk  1 down between chin and neck. 2 feathers beneath jaw or beak. 3 (Coll.) beard, sideburns.
1784
bauksit   bauxite.
1785
baulu see  BOLU.
1786
baung k.o. freshwater catfish.
1787
baur  mixed.
1788
baureksa  (Java) ghost or spirit inhabiting (and guarding) a certain place.
1789
bausastra (Java) dictionary.
1790
bausuku   unpaid laborer.
1791
baut  1 bolt. 2 bully, strong-arm man, bouncer.
1792
bavian    baboon.
1793
bawa  bring, bring along.
1794
bawab (Lit.) gatekeeper.
1795
bawah under, beneath.
1796
bawak see  BAWA.
1797
bawal k.o. fish, pomfret.
1798
bawang    onion.
1799
bawasir   hemorrhoids.
1800
bawel (Coll.) fault finding, carping.
1801
bawon (Java) share of rice harvest received for o.'s service during harvesting.
1802
baya  old.
1803
bayabgkara    (Lit.) policeman.
1804
bayak fat, corpulent.
1805
bayam amaranth used as a vegetable.
1806
bayan 1 k.o. parrot, long-tailed parakeet. 2 clear, distinct. 3 see  KEBAYAN.
1807
bayang    1 shadow, shade. 2 image, reflection. 3 imagination.
1808
bayangan  1 shadow  2 imagination  3 estimation  4 (thea) understudy  5 image , phantom .
1809
bayangkari    (Lit.) 1 policewoman. 2 policemen's wives' association.
1810
bayar mem-bayar 1 pay. 2 pay for.  3 pay s.o.
1811
bayas k.o. palm tree.
1812
bayat 1 (Acad.) freshman. 2 homage.
1813
bayem see  BAYAM.
1814
bayi  baby, infant.
1815
bayonet   bayonet.
1816
bayu  1. (Lit.) 1) wind, breeze. 2) Hindu god of wind. 2. 1) s.t. thet turned, i.e. fermented. 2) stale (of food), tasting of leftovers.  3. (Lit.) slave, servant.
1817
bayuh wife's right of access to her polygynous husband.
1818
bayung    see  LEMBAYUNG.
1819
bayur k.o. tree.
1820
bazar charity fair, church bazaar.
1821
bazir see   MUBASIR.
1822
bazoka,bazooka.   bazooka.
1823
bb    1. (Binnenlands Bestuur, Binnenlandsch Bestuur) Civil Service during the colonial period.  2. (Bau Badan) body odor.
1824
bbd   (Bank Bumi Daya)  state-controlled bank.
1825
bbm   (Bahan Bakar Minyak)  refined fuel oil.
1826
bbn   (Bea Balik Nama) fee for conversion of vehicle ownership.
1827
bd    (Barat Daya) S.W.
1828
be'   see  BABE'.
1829
bea   1 exice, tax, duty, toll. 2 cost, expense..
1830
beasiswa  schoolarship, fellowship.
1831
beaya see   BIAYA.
1832
bebal 1 stupid, imbecilic, slow. 2 silly, foolish, asinine.
1833
beban 1 load (in vehicles or on back or shoulders). 2 burden, resposibility. 3 (Elect.) load, charge.
1834
bebandos  see  BANDOS.
1835
bebang    1 stillborn. 2 asphyxia.
1836
bebar ber-bebar-an scattered, spread about.
1837
bebas 1 free, unhampered, unimpeded. 2 free(d), be free.  3 released, acquitted.
1838
bebat bandage, dressing.
1839
bebe  see  BEBI.
1840
bebek 1 duck. 2 bleat. mem-bleat (of goat). 3 k.o. motorcycle of less than 100cc.
1841
bebekisme a mental outlook characterized by unthinking loyalty to a leader or society.
1842
bebel see  BEBAL.
1843
bebenah   see  BENAH 1.
1844
beber bentang.
1845
beberapa  some, several.
1846
bebesaran see  BESARAN.
1847
bebet (Java) wraparound indicating rank, worn by males.
1848
bebi  infant.
1849
bebingka  see  BINGKA.
1850
beblat    supplement, esp. to colonial-period legal gazette.
1851
bebotoh   see  BOTOH 2.
1852
bebotok   1 friend chicken leg or thigh. 2 large chunk of cooked chicken.
1853
bebuka    (Java) foreword.
1854
bebuyutan senile.
1855
beca  see   BECAK 2.
1856
becak 1. spot, dot.  2. 1) pedicab, tricycle. 2) DC-3 plane. 3. ( becek) muddy.
1857
becok noisy, loud (of talking).
1858
becus capable.
1859
beda  1 difference. 2 remainder, balance.
1860
bedah surgical operation.
1861
bedak face powder, talcum powder.
1862
bedal 1. mem-bedal whip, thrash s.o. 2. run wild, bolt (of a horse).
1863
bedawi    see  BADAWI.
1864
bedaya    (bedaya, bedoyo) k.o. sacral Central Java court dance.
1865
bedebah   ill-omened (used in terms of abuse).
1866
bedegap   sound of a strong blow.
1867
bedegong  1 obstinate, stubborn, headstrong. 2 opinionated, conceited.
1868
bedek see  BADEK 2.
1869
bedek see  BADEK 2.
1870
bedel (Coll.) surgical operation.
1871
bedeng    1. shed, barracks. 2. 1) dike embankment of a paady field. 2) ditch. 3) flowerbed, seedbed.
1872
bedil gun, rifle.
1873
bedol bedol-desa  immigration of an entire village.
1874
bedolan   drop-out (from school).
1875
bedudak   (Java) viper.
1876
bedug /beduk/ large drum suspended horizontally at mosque to summon to prayer.
1877
bedukang  k.o. freshwater catfish.
1878
bedung    mem-bedung  swathe, put on a diaper.
1879
beeng (Sl.) very, extremely.
1880
bega  1. ber-bega, mem-bega circle around (of a bird).  2. mem-bega aim, take aim.
1881
begadang  (Coll.) stay up and talk all night.
1882
begadrung gathering, meeting, assembly.
1883
begal robber.
1884
begap sturdy, stout, stocky.
1885
begar confirmed, inveterate
1886
begar, beger  ber-beger, mem-beger circle around, pivot.
1887
begasi    see  BAGASI.
1888
begawan   title for Hindu priest or ascetic (in shadow plays, etc.).
1889
begini    1 thus, like this. 2 well, so (often used to start a conversation).
1890
begitu    1 like that. 2 so, very. 3 how very. 4 just at the moment.
1891
bego  /begok/ stupid, imbecilic, idiotic.
1892
begondal  see  BEGUNDAL.
1893
begonia   begonia.
1894
begroting (behroting)  (Coll.) budget.
1895
beguk 1 goiter. 2 mandible, lower jaw.
1896
begundal  hoodlum.
1897
beha  see  BH.
1898
behandel  (Coll.) mem-behandel  1 take care of, treat (patient, wound, etc.). 2 manage, handle.
1899
behaviorisme  behaviorism.
1900
bejana    1 container, vessel, receptacle. 2 vase.
1901
bejat 1 damaged, spoiled (esp. of baskets, bags, etc. with split seams). 2 depraved, wanton.
1902
bejo  (Java) licky.
1903
bek   1. (Sport) backfield player. 2 (Coll.) head of a village.
1904
beka  ber-beka-beka  chat, discuss.
1905
bekak ber-bekak be cruel.
1906
bekakak   (Sunda) whole baked chicken, esp. in weddings when bridal couple pulls it apart.
1907
bekakas   see  PERKAKAS.
1908
bekal stock, supplies, provisions.
1909
bekam 1. bruise. 2. mem-bekam 1) bleed s.o. 2) seize (prey).
1910
bekantan  proboscis mongkey (of Kalimantan).
1911
bekas 1. 1) print, trace. 2)former (site, wife, etc.). 3) ex, former. 4 used, second-hand. 2. receptacle, container.
1912
bekatul   1 bran. 2 rice siftings.
1913
bekecot   see  BEKICOT.
1914
bekek see  BERKIK.
1915
bekel game of jacks.
1916
beken (Coll.). well known, familiar.
1917
beker 1. alarm clock  2. 1) trophy. 2) cup, breaker.
1918
bekerja   1 work. 2 active (of a volcano, etc.). 3 have a celebration or ceremony.
1919
bekicot   k.o. edible snail, similar to escargot.
1920
bekil k.o. fish, snapper.
1921
beking    backing, support.
1922
bekingisme    practice of seeking and relying on support from influential figures in (often) questionable projects.
1923
bekisar   cross between domestic chicken and jungle fowl.
1924
bekleding upholstery or covering of car interior, chair, wall.
1925
bekles    backless gown.
1926
beklit    mem-beklit upholster s.t.
1927
bekot see  BOIKOT.
1928
beku  1 frozen. 2 congealed, coagulated. 3. rigid, inflexible, unbending.
1929
bekuk bend in two, fold.
1930
bekuku    /bekukung/ k.o. fish, sea bream.
1931
bel   see  also entries with bl-.
1932
bela  care for, nurture.
1933
belacan   shrimp or fish paste condiment.
1934
belaco    /belacu/ unbleached cotton, gray shirting.
1935
beladau   k.o. bolo knife.
1936
belado    (M) a dish with red pepper sauce.
1937
belagu    put on, act affected.
1938
belah 1 crack, gap, crevice. 2 half, cut in half. 3 side.
1939
belahak   mem-belahak  clear o.'s throat, expectorate.
1940
belai mem-belai 1 caress, stroke. 2 flatter.
1941
belajar   1 study. 2 learn.
1942
belak 1 black spot (on wood). 2 white spot (on skin).
1943
belaka    1 entirely, completely. 2 quite, very. 3 only, merely.
1944
belakang  1 back, backside. 2 behind, back of. 3 later. 4 on the back of, the reverse side.
1945
belalai   1 trunk, snout. 2 proboscis. 3 tentacle, feeler.
1946
belalak   mem-belalak stare, open wide. 2 look at s.o. with big eyes.
1947
belalang  1. locust, grasshopper. 2. mem-belalang stare.
1948
belam see  BALAM 1.
1949
belan bolt.  mem-belan  fasten with crossbar.
1950
belanda   1 Dutch. 2 treat as Dutch.
1951
belandang (Java) mem-belandang run fast.
1952
belandanisasi Hollandization.
1953
belandong see  BLANDONG.
1954
belang    1 spot, band, stripe. 2 skin blemish. 3 blemished, spotted.
1955
belanga   earthen cooking pot.
1956
belangkas 1. horseshoe crab. 2. k.o. small bolo knife.
1957
belangkin 1 asphalt. 2 black shoe polish.
1958
belanja   1 expense, expenditure. 2 cost, expense.
1959
belantan  club, cudgel, nightstick.
1960
belantara forest, jungle.
1961
belantik  1. k.o. spear used in hunting. 2. see BLANTIK. 3. see  BINTANG.
1962
belarak   see  BLARAK
1963
belas 1. mercy, pity. 2. teens, tens (used in numbers from 11 through 19).
1964
belasah   whip s.o.
1965
belastar  see  BLASTER.
1966
belasteng,belasting   (Coll.) 1 tax. 2 duty, tariff.
1967
belasungkawa  condolences.
1968
belasut   growl, snarl.
1969
belat 1 bamboo screen.  2 fish trap of plaited bamboo. 3 splint.
1970
belat-belit   devious, surreptitious.
1971
belati    k.o. broad-bladed knife.
1972
belatik, belatuk  woodpecker.
1973
belatik,belatuk   woodpecker.
1974
belatung  maggot.
1975
belau 1. (ber)-belau-belau-an flicker, glitter, shine. 2. see  BLAU.
1976
beldu see  BELUDRU.
1977
belebas   1 lathe. 2 ruler, yardstick.
1978
beledang  sea eel.
1979
beledu    see  BELUDRU.
1980
belegar   booming noise of explosion.
1981
beleguk   bubbling sound of water.
1982
beleh see  SEMBELIH.
1983
beleid    policy.
1984
belek 1 mem-belek operate on, cut open. 2. see  BLEK.
1985
belekok   see  BLEKOK.
1986
belel bell-bottom style trousers, wide at the cuff.
1987
belencong see  BLENCONG.
1988
belendung (Java) mem-belendung be sticking out (of stomach).
1989
beleng    ber-beleng  turn around.
1990
belengeh  mem-belengeh-kan bibir distort o.'s lips, grimace.
1991
belenggu  handcuff , fetter, shackle of wood or iron.
1992
belengket mem-belenget stick, cling, adhere.
1993
belengkik turn.
1994
belengkong    curve, arch.
1995
belengset ectropion, with the lower eyelid turned inside out.
1996
belenong  sound of a bell.
1997
belepotan (Coll.) 1 be smeared all over with s.t. 2  be messy.
1998
belepotan (Coll.) 1 be smeared all over with s.t. 2  be messy.
1999
beler (Java) cut into s.t.
2000
belerang  sulphur.
2001
belerong  market stall.
2002
belesek   see  BLESEK.
2003
belet (Java) ke- have the need, have compelling urge (esp. to urinate or defecate).
2004
beletak-belenong  clamg-clang (of streetcar bell).
2005
belgia    Belgium.
2006
beli  buy.
2007
belia 1 youth.  2 young.
2008
beliak    mem-beliak, ter-beliak wide open and staring (of eyes).  mem-beliak-kan open eyes wide.
2009
belian    see  BERLIAN.
2010
beliau    (respectful form of reference) he, she.
2011
belibis   k.o. wild duck, the teal.
2012
belida    k.o. fish.
2013
beligo    wax gourd.
2014
belik see  BLEK.
2015
belikat   scapula, shoulder bone.
2016
beliku    bend, curve (in road etc).
2017
belimbing 1 ridged longitudinally. 2 star fruit, carambola.
2018
belincung pickax.
2019
beling    1 porcelain.  2 shards (of glass, platter, etc.).
2020
belingkang    ter-belingkang  sprawled.
2021
belinjo   1. bullet (of gun, rifle).  2. see  MELINJO 1.
2022
belintang ber-belintang(an), ter-belintang lie across, be athwart.
2023
belit 1 coil. 2 curve, bend.
2024
belitung  Billiton, an island S. of the Riau archipelago.
2025
beliung   1 carpenter's adze. 2 pickax.
2026
beliut    bent and crooked.
2027
belodok   1 k.o. fish, goby. 2 protruding (of eyes), similar to goby eyes.
2028
belok 1. 1) muddy. 2) mud. 3) clayey soil. 2. 1) pulley. 2) stocks, fetter. 3. see  BLOK 1,2.
2029
belon (Jakarta) see  BELUM.
2030
belongkang    barge, river freighter.
2031
belongsong    wrapper.
2032
belontok  k.o. fish, large goby.
2033
belorok   see  BLOROK.
2034
belorong  see  BLORONG.
2035
belot 1 turncoat, renegade, traitor. 2 be a turncoat. 3 (Rel.) apostate.
2036
belu-belai    chatter, gossip.
2037
belubur   storage place for rice.
2038
beludak   1. outburst (of laughter, applause).   2. viper.
2039
beludar   k.o. round rice cake.
2040
beludru   velvet, velveteen.
2041
beluk 1. k.o. insect, stalk borer. 2. see  SELUK 1.
2042
belukar   1 thicket, underbrush. 2 shrub.
2043
beluku    see  WALUKU.
2044
belulang  1 tough, dray. 2 callus (on foot or hand). 3 rawhide. 4 (Lit.) bones.
2045
beluluk   young  coconut.
2046
belum 1 not yet.  2 not (yet) including.
2047
belun (Java) see  BELUM.
2048
belungkang    1 butt end of palm leaf stalk. 2 young coconut halved.
2049
belungkur k.o. fish, Queensland smelt.
2050
belunjur  see  UNJUR.
2051
beluntas  k.o. gardenia with edible leaves used for hedges.
2052
belur welt up (of skin). ber-belur-belur harden into welts, raise up welts.
2053
beluru    see  AKAR.
2054
belus 1. loose-fitting (of ring, clothing). 2. blouse.
2055
belut eel.
2056
bembam    mem-bembam roast in bot ashes.
2057
bemban    1. k.o. shrub the leaves of wich can be plaited.  2. k.o. staked fish trap.
2058
bembem    thick and swollen.
2059
bemo  (becak bermotor) 1 k.o samall motorized vehicle used for public transportation. 2 work as a driver of this vehicle.
2060
bemper    see  BUMPER.
2061
ben   see  BAND1.
2062
bena  1 particularly, very. 2 care, attention.
2063
benah 1. be(r)-benah-benah up, tidy up, clean up.  2. k.o. small insect harmful to rice.
2064
benak 1. 1) marrow. 2) brain, mind. 2. 1) hard of hearing. 2) stupid, dull-witted.
2065
benalu    1 arboreal parasitic plant, epiphyte. 2 parasite. 3 sponger, freeloader.
2066
benam ber-benam, mem-benam  sink out of sight, hide.
2067
benang    thread, yarn.
2068
benar 1 correct, right. 2 right, honest, true. just, honest. 4 true, not false. 5 sincere, true. 6 valid. 7 truthful. 8 very, quite, really
2069
benatu    see  PENATU.
2070
bencah    muddy (of ground after storm).
2071
bencana   disaster, calamity, debacle, havoc.
2072
bencang   stunted in growth, dwarfed.
2073
bencarung k.o. bird, oriole.
2074
benci hate, dislike, aversion.
2075
bencirit  see  CERET.
2076
bencong   (Sl.) female impersonator, transvestite.
2077
benda thing, article, inanimate object. ber-benda  wealthy, rich. mem-benda-kan make into money.
2078
bendahara 1 treasurer, esp. of clubs, organizations, etc. 2 (Lit.) grand vizier. 3 (Che.) queen.
2079
bendahari (Lit.) treasurer.
2080
bendalu   see  BENALU.
2081
bendar    irrigation canal in rice field.
2082
bendasraya    see  ASURANSI.
2083
bendawi,bendawiah material, substantive.
2084
bende small bronze or copper  gong.
2085
bendek,bendeks    (Auto) starter drive pinion.
2086
bendel,bendel see  BUNDEL 1.
2087
bendera   flag, colors.
2088
benderang bright, brilliant.
2089
benderung empty space between two buildings.
2090
bendharawan   1 treasurer, esp. gvt. officials. 2 (Acad.) bursar. 3 office accountant.
2091
bendi two-wheeled carriage.
2092
bendo large-bladed knife for cutting wood.
2093
bendoro   (Java) a title of nobility.
2094
bendosa   (Java) catafalque.
2095
bendul    1. cross beam. 2. (Coll.) swollen.
2096
bendung   1 dike. 2 dam.
2097
bene  (Jakarta)  see  BENAH 1.
2098
bener see  BENAR.
2099
benerang  see  BENDERANG.
2100
bengah    1 pedantic. 2 proud, conceited, arrogant, haughty.
2101
bengal    1 momentarily deaf (as from a blow), stunned. 2 stubborn, obstinate. 3 forward, impertinent, rude.
2102
bengalo   see  BUNGALO.
2103
bengang   1. ringing in the ears. 2. wide open.
2104
bengap    1 slight deafness (from a cold or from descent of  plane). 2 have difficulty speaking, incoherent (from embarrassment, shyness, or hesitation).
2105
bengawan  (Java) river.
2106
bengek    1. 1) asthma. 2) asthmatic. 2. teat, nipple.
2107
benggal, benggil  bump, bruise.
2108
benggalo  1. k.o. cassava. 2. see  BUNGALO.
2109
benggang  have space between.
2110
benggil   ber-benggil have bumps, be bumpy (of road).
2111
benggol   bump, bruise.
2112
bengik    see  BENGEK 1.
2113
bengis    1 cruel, strict, harsh.
2114
bengkak   1 swollen, puffy. 2 swelling, tumor. 3 abscess.
2115
bengkal   ke-bengkal-an choke, swallow the wrong way.
2116
bengkal-bengkil   bruise, lump.
2117
bengkalai mem-bengkalai-kan neglect, leave unattended or unfinished.
2118
bengkang  1 crooked, curved. 2 curve.
2119
bengkap   see  BINGKAP.
2120
bengkar   mem-bengkar 1 expand. 2 be in bloom.
2121
bengkarak 1 skeleton. 2 bones. 3 carcass.
2122
bengkarung    k.o. smooth-scaled lizard.
2123
bengkawan 1 lath around which palm thatch is made. 2 numeral classifier for thatch.
2124
bengkawang    k.o. fern.
2125
bengkayang    gorged, stuffed (from overeating).
2126
bengkel   1 workshop. 2 machine shop. 3 repair shop, garage.
2127
bengkelai (Coll.) have a fight.
2128
bengkeng  irritable, irascible, touchy, testy.
2129
bengkok   land for use of village employees in place of salary.
2130
bengkol   bent, curved.
2131
bengkong  1. crooked, bent.  2. professional circumciser.
2132
bengkos   mem-bengkos gasping.
2133
bengkuang see  BANGKUANG.
2134
bengkudu  small treethe root of which produces dyes, morinda.
2135
bengkulu  Bencoolen (town and province in S.W. Sumatra).
2136
bengkunang    k.o. mousedeer.
2137
bengkung  1. 1) long waist sash used by women wearing sarongs. 2) abdominal sash worn after giving birth. 2. bent, crooked.
2138
bengle    plant used in medicines.
2139
bengok    goiter.
2140
bengong   1 dazed, stupefied. 2 cresfallen. 3 expressionless, vacant, blank.
2141
bengot    slanting, sloping.
2142
bengu stale (of air).
2143
benguk    1 angry, surly. 2 sulking. 3 downhearted.
2144
bengul    red and swollen (of eyes after crying).
2145
benian    1 strongbox. 2 jewelry box.
2146
benih 1 seed. 2 germ. 3 semen. 4 origin, descent. 5 cause, oigin.
2147
bening    clear, transparent.
2148
benjal-benjol bumpy and rocky (of road, path), lumpy (mattress).
2149
benjol    1 lump, bump, protruding tumor. 2 bruised, swollen.
2150
benjut    having a large lump or bump from being struck.
2151
bensin    gasoline.
2152
bensol    high-octane gasoline for planes.
2153
benta sore, boil (on upper lip).
2154
bentak    say in a harsh manner.
2155
bentan    relapse.
2156
bentang   bentang-alam landscape. 1 spread out, extend. 2 reach.
2157
bentangur k.o. tree growing on seashore.
2158
bentar    1 see  SEBENTAR. 2. see  CANDI.
2159
bentara   herald.
2160
bentaran  (Jakarta) see  SEBENTAR.
2161
benteh    ber-benteh  wrestle with the legs interwined.
2162
benteng   1 fortress, bastion, rampart. 2 fortification, entrenchment. 3 (Che.) rook, castle.
2163
benter    ber-benter-benter  1 turn, revolve. 2 turn off, detour.
2164
bentet    cracked open, burst open.
2165
bentil    nipple, teat.
2166
bentoh    see  BANTAH.
2167
bentok    ke-bentok hit against, bump against.
2168
bentol    small bump (like a mosquito bite).
2169
bentong   large splotch.
2170
bentrok   quarrel, clash.
2171
bentuk    1 shape, form, type. 2 bend, curve. 3 classifier used for round or curved objects.
2172
bentul    k.o. large aroid.
2173
bentur    ber-bentur collide.
2174
bentus    (Java) see  BENTUR.
2175
benua 1 continent. 2 (Lit.) country.
2176
benum mem-benum (Lit.) appoint.
2177
benur shrimp fry.
2178
benyai    1 soft, mushy. 2 weak, impotent.
2179
benyawak  see  BIAWAK.
2180
benyek    soft, mushy (of fruit, cereal, mud).
2181
benyot    awry, askew, skewed.
2182
beo   myna bird. mem-beo parrot, imitate.
2183
beol  (be'ol) (Sunda) defecate.
2184
bepergian go on a trip, travel.
2185
ber   see also entries with be-.
2186
bera  1. 1) dark red. 2) red and swollen. 2) mem-bera-kan leave (paddy) fallow temporarily
2187
berabad-abad  for centuries.
2188
berabe    1 nuisance, annoying. 2 bad luck. 3 (Coll.) Darn ! (exclamation of exasperation).
2189
berabonemen   subscribe.
2190
berabu    dusty.
2191
beracara  1 sit, be in session (of court, etc.). 2 be on the agenda. 3 be in litigation.
2192
berada    1 be (in a place). 2 well-off, well-to-do.
2193
beradab   1 cultured, civilized. 2 polite.
2194
beradaptasi   adapt, assimilate.
2195
beradat   1 customary, traditional, follows traditions. 2 well-mannered.
2196
beradu    1 collide. 2 compete.
2197
beragama  1 have  a religious.. 2 be religious.
2198
beragitasi    agitate for.
2199
berahi    sexual desire. 2 passion, lust. 3 passionate, lustful.
2200
berahmana see  BRAHMANA.
2201
berai be spread, dispersed.
2202
berair    1 have water. 2 juice (of fruit). 3 aqueous.
2203
berajojing    dance this dance.
2204
berak mired (in mud, quicksand).
2205
berak-berok   (Java) scream and shriek.
2206
berakad   settle an agreement or contract.
2207
berakal   berakal
2208
berakhir  1 end. 2 become extinct.
2209
berakhlak have a certain character.
2210
berakit   1 travel by raft. 2 attached alongside.
2211
berakraban    be chummy with, be close to.
2212
beraksa   mythical winged creature, Pegasus.
2213
beraksi   1 be in action. 2 show off, flaunt.
2214
beralasan have a base or foundation.
2215
beralaskan    1 be placed on as a base or covering of s.t. 2 be based on.
2216
beralih   1 change. 2 shift, move.
2217
beraliran have an ideology.
2218
beralun-alun  1 heave, roll, pitch, billow up. 2 be in steady movement.
2219
beram introxicating beverage made of fermented rice or tapioca.
2220
beramal   1 charitable, generous. 2 pray silently.
2221
beramanah /beramanat/ instruct, issue an order.
2222
berambang see  BRAMBANG.
2223
beramping side by side, next to.
2224
beranda   1 veranda,  porch. 2 (R.R.) station platform. 3 (Naut.) quarterdeck.
2225
berandal  see  BRANDAL.
2226
berandang 1 conspicuous, clearly visible. 2 striking, noticeable.
2227
berang    1 angry, furious, irate. 2 anger.
2228
berang-berang otter.
2229
berangan  1. arsenic. 2. k.o. tropical chestnut and other related trees.
2230
berangan-angan    1 dream, fantasize. 2 aim, have ideals.
2231
berangas  barnacle.
2232
berangasan    hot-tempered, hotheaded.
2233
berangguk nod.
2234
berangkat leave, depart, set out.
2235
berangsang    very angry.
2236
berangsur-angsur  1 little by little. 2 move forward a little. 3 in installments.
2237
berangus  see  BRANGUS.
2238
berani    audacious, brave, bold, courageous, dauntless.
2239
beranjak  1 move, get up. 2 shift. move.
2240
beranjangsana tour an area.
2241
berantak  mem-berantak-kan  put s.t. into disorder.
2242
berantas  1 fight (against), combat. 2 wipe out, remove (corruption, smallpox, inflation).
2243
berantuk  come in contact with, touch.
2244
berapi    1 have fire. 2 be on fire. 3 fiery, fervent. 4 very angry. livid.
2245
berapi-api    1 furious, raging. 2 glitter, shine, sparkle (of eyes).
2246
berapit   1 be wedged in, be hemmed in. 2 be close to e.o. 3 jammed, wedged, stuck.
2247
berarah   have an aim or purpose.
2248
berarti   1 mean. 2 be significant, meaningful. 3 valuable, useful.
2249
beras hulled rice.
2250
beras-beras   k.o. fish, drumfish.
2251
berat 1 heavy. 2 serious, severe. 3 hard, difficult. 4 close, oppressive, sultry. 5 weight. 6 strong (of drink, cigarettes, etc.).
2252
berbalas  mutual response , 1.have a response 2.reverberate,echo,response.
2253
berbarengan   1 together with, accompanied by. 2 at the same time. 3 coincide.
2254
berbaring 1 lie down   2 be stert out (in a lounge chair )  3 be in bed (in hospital) .
2255
berbaris  1  form a line (of trees,etc)   2 march 3 line up , form a queue   4 (mil) to drill .
2256
berbeda   1 be diffirent , differ , diverge   2 have a diffirence (of) .
2257
berbelit - belit  1)  wind, twist in and out. 2) complicated. 3) involved, has ramifications.
2258
berbencah - bencah    swampy, marshy.
2259
berbinar - binar  berbinar - binar
2260
berboyong 1 move, shift, change, remove.  2 emigrate, settle.
2261
bercak    pockmarked, spotted.
2262
bercelana wear trousers.
2263
bercik    see  PERCIK.
2264
bercita - cita    1) desire, long for. 2) aspire. 3) longing, yearning. 4) idea (esp. in slogans).
2265
bercokok  see  BICOKOK.
2266
berdalih  1 seek an excuse  2 equivocate , quibble .
2267
berdampingan  contiguous, side by side.
2268
berdandan 1) dress up, get dressed. 2) decorated, made elaborate.
2269
berdengung    1 wail (of siren, forghorn, etc.), drone (of plane). 2 resound, reverberate.
2270
berderai - derai  1)  in droves. 2) continuously.
2271
berdesak - desak  crowd, jostle.
2272
berdesar  1 sizzle, hiss. 2 lisp.
2273
berdetak  1 make a tapping sound. 2 beat (of heart).
2274
berdetasan    give off a popping sound (wet leaves burning, etc.).
2275
berdetus,detupan  1 explode. 2  make throbbing sound.
2276
berdikari (berdiri  di atas kaki sendiri) stand on o.'s own feet, be self-reliant.
2277
berdiri   1 stand. 2 exist.
2278
berdisko  dance to disco music.
2279
berdondang    rock back and forth.
2280
berdus    obese, copulent, potbellied.
2281
berebet   see  BREBET.
2282
berebut   1 snatch away, take away by force. 2 struggle to obtain a goal.
2283
berek-berek   k.o. bird.
2284
berem see  BERAM.
2285
bereman   edge, verge (of road).
2286
beremban  1 cross beam. 2 dam.
2287
berenang  swim.
2288
berenda   of lace, decorate with lace.
2289
berendam  1 submerged. 2 remain in o. place.
2290
berendeng - rendengan be in a line, go s.w. in a line.
2291
bereng-bereng flat knobless gong.
2292
berenga   maggot.
2293
berengos  see  BRENGOS.
2294
berengut  mem-berengut surly, sullen.
2295
berentang mem-berentang be stretched, taut.
2296
berentet-rentet   line, o. after the other.
2297
berenti   see  HENTI.
2298
bereo /bereok/ (Jakarta) see  BREWOK.
2299
beres 1 in order, well done. 2 finished, settled.
2300
beresok   see  ESOK.
2301
beret demanding, exacting.
2302
berevolusi    evolve.
2303
berewok   see  BREWOK.
2304
bergabung 1 gather together, colected together. 2 merge, fuse.
2305
bergajul  scoundrel.
2306
bergedel  k.o. spherical croquette (of meat and mashed potato).
2307
bergejolak    1 flare up (of fire, temper, etc.). 2 fluctuate (of prices).
2308
bergelandangan    loaf about, loaf around, wander aimlessly.
2309
bergelombang  bergelombang
2310
bergemar  enjoy o.s., have a good time.
2311
bergerigi 1 serrated, toothed (saw, etc.). 2 jagged (edge).
2312
bergerinding  get goose bumps from fear, stand on end (of body hair from fear).
2313
bergerohok    1 be hollow (of tree). 2 have a cavity (of tooth).
2314
bergesel,geser    1 shift, move. 2 rub.
2315
bergetar  1 shake, tremble. 2 vibrate, quiver.
2316
bergizi   nutritious, nourishing.
2317
bergombal 1 old and torn, worn out. 2 poorly made.
2318
bergoyang rock, wobble. 2 sway, swing (of branches, foot, etc.).
2319
berguk    dress covering entire body exept eyes and hands sometimes worn by Muslim women.
2320
bergulingan   roll, wallow (of several things).
2321
bergulungan   1 roll (of waves). 2 be rolled up (of sleeves, etc.). 3 coiled (of rope, etc.).
2322
bergumam  1 mumble. 2 suppress (laugh or smile).
2323
berguna   useful, beneficial.
2324
bergundah - hati  1 depressed. 2 anxious, restless.
2325
bergurat  have a scratch or line in it.
2326
bergurat-gurat    full of scratches or lines.
2327
berhadapan    1 face, front on. 2 be faced with. 3 face to face.
2328
berhadiah with a gift.
2329
berhak    1) have the right (to). 2) reserve the right.
2330
berhala   berhala
2331
berhamburan   1) scattered about. 2) flow, tricle (of tears).
2332
berhantam 1 fight, scuffle. 2 collide with. 3 infringe on.
2333
berhati - hati    be careful.
2334
berhelat  celebrate with a party.
2335
berhijarah    evacuate.
2336
berhubung connected, related.
2337
berhubungan   1 related to s.t. 2 get in touch, be in contact.
2338
berhuma   1 grow rice on dry field. 2 clear land for cultivation.
2339
beri  1 give, bestow. 2 offer, put up. 3 (Coll.). let. 4 put on, apply s.t. 5 (Coll.) hit, strike. 6 add (in recipes).
2340
beri-beri beri-beri.
2341
beriang   k.o. monitor lizard.
2342
beribadah beribadah
2343
berikhtiar    endeavor, seek the means to.
2344
berimigrasi   migrate.
2345
bering-bering large cymbal with center boss.
2346
beringas  1 hot-tempered, wild. 2 furious.
2347
beringin  banyan tree.
2348
beringis  /beringisan/ grin.
2349
berinisiative 1take the initiative. 2 have initiative.
2350
berirama  rhythmical, having rhythm.
2351
beriring  successive, consecutive.
2352
berisik   1. 1) noisy, tumultuous. 2) uproar, noise. 2. 1) rustling (noise). 2)  be noisy.
2353
berita    1 news (report). 2 announcement, report.
2354
beritahu  1 inform s.o. 2 report, tell about.
2355
berjahat  1 sin, do wrong. 2 defame, malign s.o. 3 seduce (a female).
2356
berjalan  1 walk. 2 run (of an engine). 3 run, go, work. 4 be  going on a certain age.
2357
berjangka 1 (be a certain) measure. 2 be spaced.
2358
berjatuhan    fall ( plural ).
2359
berjaya   1 victorious, triumphant, glorious. 2 successful, doing very well.
2360
berjejal  1 crowd, jam. 2 be jampacked (with spectators, etc.).
2361
berjejalan    thronged, crowded.
2362
berjempalikan turn somesaults severl times.
2363
berjemur  expose o.s. to the sun.
2364
berjenguk look or peer out (of many people).
2365
berjenis - jenis  verious.
2366
berjenjang    1) step by step, gradual. 2) in tiers, terraced. 3) by ladder.
2367
berjerepet    1 linked together (of links in chain). 2 grown togheter (of fingers, etc.).
2368
berjingkek    1 tiptoe, go on tiptoe. 2 wear high heels.
2369
berjompakan   1 prance about. 2 (Naut.) leave a wake.
2370
berjongkangan fall (of several erect things).
2371
berjotos  fight with the fists.
2372
berjualan 1 sel (several things). 2 sell for a living.
2373
berjuis   see  BORJUIS.
2374
berjurus - jurus  repeatedly.
2375
berkabar  1 tell, relate. 2 send news about o.s.
2376
berkaca   1) look in the mirror. 2) contain glass.
2377
berkah    see  BERKAT.
2378
berkaitan 1 link to e.o.  2 be related to.
2379
berkarang 1 inset (of diamond, etc.).  2  in bunches (of flowers).
2380
berkas    1 bundle, sheaf. 2 dossier.
2381
berkat    1 blessing, favor. 2 thanks to, owing to, due to. 3 profitable, doing well (of an enterprise). 4 small amount of food taken home after ceremonial meal.
2382
berkata   talk, speak.
2383
berkata-kata  converse, talk to e.o.
2384
berkawasan    of the same region.
2385
berkebun  1 farm, plant for a living. 2 have a plantation or garden.
2386
berkedut  wrinkled, creased (of skin, clothes, etc.).
2387
berkehendak   have an intention.
2388
berkelap - kelip  1 flicker. 2 sparkle (of a gem), twinkle (of stars).
2389
berkelibang   swarm about, fly around (of insects).
2390
berkelibatan  be visible for only a second, flash by.
2391
berkelik-kelik    make a loud sound.
2392
berkelokan    winding, twisting, sinuous (road).
2393
berkeluk  1 bend.  2 have curves.
2394
berkelupas    get pelled off.
2395
berkeluyuran  1 loaf around, stroll about without purpose. 2 hang around.
2396
berkemas - kemas  1 pack. 2 clear things away, put things in order.
2397
berkemauan    wish, desire, will.
2398
berkemik  1 be all dented. 2 be chapped (of lips ).
2399
berkencan 1 have an appointment. 2 have a date, dating.
2400
berkendali    controlled, directed.restrained.
2401
berkepentingan    having an interest, be concerned.
2402
berkeping-keping  1 in pieces or slivers. 2 in tatters (of flag, etc.). 3 in tresses, locks.
2403
berkeredong   wrapped, covered (in a blanket, sarong).
2404
berkeritik-keritik    crackle, sputter (of a lighted candle).
2405
berkerumun    1 swarm over, cluster arround, throng, mill about. 2 assemble, come together.
2406
berkerunyut   wrinkled, shriveled (of face).
2407
berkesempatan have an opportunity, time.
2408
berkesimpulan have as a conclusion.
2409
berkesinambungan  continous, without interruption.
2410
berketentuan  be sure, certain.
2411
berketepatan  coincidentally, accidentally.
2412
berketuhanan  devout.
2413
berketurunan  1 for generations. 2 of a  certain ethnic heritage.
2414
berkewajiban  have the dutry of.
2415
berkeyakinan  be convinced.
2416
berkhidmat    1 dutiful, respectful. 2 serve. 3 be faithful (to).
2417
berkhotbah    1  preach, deliver a sermon. 2 deliver pompous opinions, pontificate.
2418
berkicut  squeak (of a floor, etc.).
2419
berkik    k.o. bird, pintail snipe.
2420
berkil    k.o. fish, the perch.
2421
berkilah-kilah    1 farfetched, forced (argument). 2 spurious (argument). 3 deceitful, fraudulant. 4 argue to defend o. self.
2422
berkimono wear a kimono or dressing gown.
2423
berkinja  jump with joy.
2424
berkirim  send through mail.
2425
berkisar  1 revolve, turn. 2 change, shift. 3 range from a certain amount to another.
2426
berko bicycle lamp.
2427
berkocak  1. joke, jest, be amusing. 2. 1) shake. 2) strike (of waves on the shore). 3)  become trouble, shook up (of feelings).
2428
berkoek   quack like a duck.
2429
berkokok  1 crow. 2 boast, brag.
2430
berkuak   1) open, give way to make an opening. 2) widen, become enlarged (of a hole, rip, etc.).
2431
berkumpul 1 assemle , come together in a place 2  line up  , fall in line .
2432
berkunang-kunang  1 sparkle like fireflies. 2 see  stars.
2433
berkusu   rub the body with leaves.
2434
berkutet - kutetan    1 be locked tightly together. 2 be deeply involved in a discussion. 3 refuse to give in, maintain a never say-die attitude. 4 struggle to the utmost for s.t., want s.t. at all costs.
2435
berkuting-kuting  constantly follow.
2436
berlabuh  1 anchor, dock. 2 be at anchor. 3 be pulled down (of shades, blinds).
2437
berladang own or cultivate an unirrigated field.
2438
berlainan 1 different. 2 be divergent, differ.
2439
berlaku   1 be valid, be in effect. 2 occur, happen. 3 prevail, obtain. 4 behave. 5 act as.
2440
berlamparan   be scattered or spread about.
2441
berlandaskan  rest on s.t., be based on s.t.
2442
berlapur  twitch, flutter (of a bird, etc.)
2443
berlebih  1 remain, be left (over). 2 excessive.
2444
berleleran    drip with (perspiration).
2445
berlemotan    smeared all over with s.t.
2446
berlenggek - lenggekan    scream, shriek.
2447
berlepotan    1 smeared, smudges, soiled (with blood, mud, etc.). 2 be bemirched (of reputation).
2448
berleyehan    berleyehan
2449
berlian   polished diamon.
2450
berliku - liku    1 winding, curving, tortuous (of road, etc.). 2 sinous.
2451
berlipat  traditional game in Biliton in which players strike e.o. with rattan rods.
2452
berlunju-lunjur   strech out (of arms and legs).
2453
bermakrifat   1 philosopize. 2 concentrate.
2454
bermasyarakat form a group.
2455
bermenung 1 muse, ponder, meditate. 2 act gloomy.
2456
bermesin  bermesin
2457
bermuhibah    go on goodwill mission.
2458
bernafsu  passionate, lustful, desirous.
2459
bernas    1 filled out. 2 full (of breasts). 3 pithy, terse, spirited.
2460
bernazar  make a promise of s.t.
2461
bernga    see  BERENGA.
2462
bernilai  valuable, precious.
2463
bernyala  1 flame, flare up. 2 burn (of light).
2464
bero  see  BERA 2.
2465
beroerte  see  BERURTE.
2466
berok see  BURUT.
2467
berombak  1 be wavy. 2 undulating, rolling (terrain, etc.).
2468
berombongan   come in large groups.
2469
berondong see  BRONDONG.
2470
beronggok-onggok  in heaps, stacks, piles.
2471
berongsang    see  BERANGSANG.
2472
berongsong    1 muzzle (for dogs). 2 muzzle, gag.
2473
beronok   k.o. sea slug.
2474
berontak  1 struggle, wriggle. 2 revolt, rebel.
2475
beronyong k.o. basket.
2476
beroti    slat.
2477
berpadanan    harmonize, go together  (e.g. colors), be commensurate.
2478
berpakaian    1 get dressed. 2 wearing certain clothes.
2479
berpaling turn.
2480
berpalun-palun    embrace, hug e.o.
2481
berpalut  berpalut
2482
berpangkas    get a haircut.
2483
berpangku-tangan  do nothing.
2484
berpantingan  fall away in numbers.
2485
berpapah  supported
2486
berpapasan    meet without stopping.
2487
berpatungan   chip in together to pay for s.t.
2488
berpaut   cling to.
2489
berpayar-payar    cruise back and forth.
2490
berpegang hold on to.
2491
berpelantingan    roll everywhere.
2492
berpendar-pendar  luminescent.
2493
berpendaran   berpendaran
2494
berpengaruh   influential.
2495
berpengetahuan    knowledgeable.
2496
berpenjak glow.
2497
berpenumpang  have passengers or boarders.
2498
berperaga hold an exhibition.
2499
berperikemanusiaan    act in a humanitarian way.
2500
berpesai-pesai    fall to pieces.
2501
berpesta  celebrate, have a party.
2502
berpetitih    speak with a proverb.
2503
berpialang    buy through a broker.
2504
berpijah  spawn.
2505
berpijak  stand on.
2506
berpikir  think.
2507
berpilih-pilih    fastidious, squeamish, choosy.
2508
berpilin  spiral, twist.
2509
berpisah  1 part. 2 separated.
2510
berpori   porous.
2511
berpotongan   have the looks of.
2512
berpredikatkan    have a certain title, notation.
2513
berpropaganda make publicity, propaganda.
2514
berpuasa  fast, observe the fasting period.
2515
berpulang die.
2516
berpulangan   go home (of many people).
2517
berpulun-pulun    1 rise (of smoke). 2 rise  like smoke (of thoughts).
2518
berpuntal-puntal  1 winding round. 2 in balls.
2519
berpunya  1 have property, be-well-to-do. 2 have an owner.
2520
berpusu-pusu  gather in crowds.
2521
berputar  1 rotate. 2 insincere, dishonest.
2522
berroman-romanan  be in passionate love with e.o.
2523
bersabung flash.
2524
bersafari 1 wear a safari costume. 2 go on a safari.
2525
bersahabat    1 be friends. 2 friendly.
2526
bersahaja simple, uncomplicated.
2527
bersaing  compete.
2528
bersajak  1 rhyme (of words, phrases, stories). 2 be in rhyming form.  3 write poetry. 4 recite poetry.
2529
bersalung play the flute.
2530
bersama   1 together with. 2 herewith. 3 joint, collective.
2531
bersama-sama  do together.
2532
bersamaan 1. 1) be equal to e.o. 2) be in conformity with. 3) resembling, similar. 2. do simultaneously.
2533
bersamak  covered, plated.
2534
bersambut 1 answered. 2 parried, intercepted.
2535
bersambutan   1 respond to e.o. 2 be in accordance.
2536
bersandar 1 lean on. 2 (Naut.) moor, tie up (ship). 3 be dependent on, be based on.
2537
bersanding    1. sit in state (of bride and groom at marriage ceremony).  2. 1) angular. 2) sharp, biting.
2538
bersangkal    be unwilling.
2539
bersantap 1 dine (of royalty). 2 have a meal (written or formal speech).
2540
bersara   1 share. 2 pensioned.
2541
bersarang-sarang  be full of holes.
2542
bersarung 1 wear a sarong. 2 sheathed.
2543
bersatu   allied, united.
2544
bersaur   interlocking, entangled.
2545
bersedia  1 be ready, prepared. 2 disposed (to), willing.
2546
berseka   rub o.s. clean.
2547
berselekeh    berselekeh
2548
berselendang  wear a shawl or stole.
2549
berselera 1 have appetite, feel like. 2 attractive, appetizing. 3 have a taste for.
2550
berselimpatan sneak away (in numbers).
2551
berselimpetan crowd, press together.
2552
berselimut    1 covered over. 2 camouflaged.
2553
berselimutkan covered with.
2554
berselindung  be hidden, hide o.s.
2555
berseling take turns, alternate.
2556
berseliran    murmur (of a breeze).
2557
berseliran    murmur (of a breeze).
2558
berselirat    confused.
2559
berselirkan   have s.o. as a concubine.
2560
berselisih    1 be at certain interval in time or space. 2 quarrel, disagree, be at odds with.
2561
berseliweran  crowd, mill about.
2562
berseloka recite or compose such a poem.
2563
berselonjor   with outstretched legs..
2564
berseloroh    joke, crack jokes.
2565
berselulup    dive, plunge.
2566
berseluncur   move with gliding action.
2567
bersemangat   1 conscious. 2 enthusiastic, energetic.
2568
bersemarak    radiant, splendid.
2569
bersemayam    reside, sit (of royalty).
2570
bersembahyang pray, worship.
2571
bersemboyankan    have as a slogan.
2572
bersembulan   emerge, appear partially.
2573
bersemburit   engage in sodomy.
2574
bersemedi meditate.
2575
bersemi   sprout.
2576
bersenam  1 do physical exercises. 2 stretch (after resting).
2577
bersenandung  hum.
2578
bersenang-senang  enjoy o.s., have a good time.
2579
bersenapan    have a rifle.
2580
bersenda  joke.
2581
bersendawa    belch.
2582
bersendi  hinged on, based.
2583
bersengat have a stinger.
2584
bersenggama   have coitus.
2585
bersenggang-senggang  relax, pass o.'s free time.
2586
bersenggayut  swing o.s. while hanging from the arms, dangle.
2587
bersenggolan  touch e.o.
2588
bersengit feel bitter.
2589
bersengkarut  intertwined, interlaced. 2 confused.
2590
bersengketa   have a legal dispute.
2591
berseni   artistic.
2592
bersenjatakan.    armed with s.t.
2593
bersentosa    peaceful, safe.
2594
bersentuhan   have contact with, touching  e.o.
2595
bersep    acknowledge as o.'s superior.
2596
bersepadanan  be in harmony, go together.
2597
bersepatu shod, wear shoes.
2598
bersepeda bike.
2599
berserah  surrender.
2600
berserakan    be scattered around.
2601
berseranggung sit bent forward.
2602
berserat  fibrous.
2603
berseri   shine, beam.
2604
berseri-seri  beam, gleam.
2605
berseru   call, shout out.
2606
berserudi ground, polished (precious stones).
2607
bersesah  (bertinju) (M) have a violent fight.
2608
bersespan with a side-car.
2609
bersesuaian   be in mutual accord.
2610
bersetru  hostile.
2611
bersetubuh    have  sexual intercourse.
2612
bersetuju 1 have o. and the same aim or purpose. 2 agree.
2613
bersewaka pay homage, honor.
2614
bersiaga  be on the alert.
2615
bersialang    1 swarm (of bees). 2 gather honey.
2616
bersiap   1 get ready, get prepared. 2 (Sport) on your mark.
2617
bersiar-siar  stroll about.
2618
bersiaran broadcast, be on the air.
2619
bersiasat 1 be full of stratagems, investigative plans, etc. 2 have s.t. as a strategy.
2620
bersibak  parted, separated.
2621
bersiborok    meet for an instant (of eyes, glance).
2622
bersidang convene, sit in session.
2623
bersidekap    fold o.'s arms over o.'s chest.
2624
bersifat  have the quality, character(istic).
2625
bersigap  be in readiness.
2626
bersih    1 clean, neat. 2 innocent. 3 pure, unadulterated. 4 net.
2627
bersijingkat  stand or walk on tiptoe.
2628
bersijundai   sing as though out of o.'s mind.
2629
bersikap  1 have a certain attitude. 2 (Mil.) stand at attention.
2630
bersiku   have an angle or curve.
2631
bersil    mem-bersil  protrude.
2632
bersila   sit wit the legs crossed.
2633
bersilang 1 crossed. 2 piled up in a crisscross way.
2634
bersilat  1 engage in such self-defense. 2 mime the actions of self-defense.
2635
bersilih  turn, change into.
2636
bersimak  gather, group.
2637
bersimbah be drenched, bespattered.
2638
bersimbur 1 splash up on. 2 be partially enveloped by s.t. similar to waves.
2639
bersimpati    sympathetic.
2640
bersimpuh sit with the knees bent and folded back to o. side.
2641
bersin    sneeze.
2642
bersinambung  continuous, serial.
2643
bersinar  shine.
2644
bersinjak (Lit) step by step.
2645
bersiram  1 be cascaded (eith water, liquid). 2 (Lit.) bathe (of royalty).
2646
bersiring have a hem.
2647
bersisa   remain, be left over.
2648
bersisalak    (Coll.) be cantankerous, prone to fits of anger.
2649
bersisian side by side.
2650
bersisik  scaly.
2651
bersisipan    have an insert.
2652
bersisipkan   have a certain thing inserted in it.
2653
bersisir  1 use a comb. 2 combed.
2654
bersit    se-bersit  1 a burst of. 2 a little of.
2655
bersitegang   1 persevere. 2 be stubborn, insist uncompromisingly.
2656
bersitelekan  rest both hands.
2657
bersitinjak   (Lit.) step by step.
2658
bersiul   whistle (of people, trains, etc.).
2659
bersiur   make a rustling sound.
2660
bersiuran rustle, whistle (of many things).
2661
bersiut   produce a sizzling or whistling sound.
2662
bersobok  encounter, fall in with.
2663
bersolat  perform such ritual prayers.
2664
bersolek  1 apply o.'s make up. 2 dress up (of women).
2665
bersomplok    /bersompok/ run into, meet unexpectedly.
2666
bersongsong   1. carry or use the royal umbrella. 2. go out against s.t.
2667
berspekulasi  1 speculate, conjecture. 2 undertake a risky venture.
2668
bersua    1 meet, run into. 2 meet up with, find.
2669
bersuai   fitting, appropriate.
2670
bersuara  1 have a voice. 2 produce a sound. 3 (Ling.) voiced.
2671
bersubang wear ear-plugs.
2672
bersuci   1 live a pure life. 2 cleanse o.s. of impurities. 3 (Islam) cleanse o.s. after defilement (defecation, giving birth, sexual congress, etc.).
2673
bersugi   1. use a toothpick. 2. have a tobacco quid in the mouth.
2674
bersuit   whistle, esp. with o.'s fingers in the mouth.
2675
bersuji   have embroidery on it.
2676
bersujud  1 perform this bow. 2 admit o.'s humble station.
2677
bersukacita   rejoice.
2678
bersukaria    be happy, celebrate.
2679
bersukat  measured by this measure.
2680
bersulamkan   1 embroidered with s.t. 2 be added to with s.t., sprinkled with s.t., laden with (additions).
2681
bersulang 1. be dirty with soot. 2. (Lit.) give e.o. food or drink.
2682
bersulap  1. engage in conjury. 2 find a defect in the weaving.
2683
bersuling 1. play the flute. 2.(M) tumbled upside down.
2684
bersuluk  retreat from the world.
2685
bersulur  spiral, climb upward.
2686
bersumber have (as) a source, be based (on).
2687
bersumberkan  have s.t. as its source.
2688
bersumpah swear, take the oath.
2689
bersundut hereditary.
2690
bersungkup    be covered.
2691
bersungut-sungut  grumble, complain.
2692
bersurai  break up, disperse.
2693
bersurat  1 written, inscribed. 2 (Lit.) compose a letter.
2694
bersurih  ruled, lined.
2695
bersusila have good morals.
2696
bersusuk  1 insert a small piece of gold (for medicinal or magical purpose). 2 wear a hairpin.
2697
bersusun  1 stacked (o. on the other). 2 in layers, stories or rows.
2698
bersut    draw lots, play paper-rock-scissors.
2699
bersut    draw lots, play paper-rock-scissors.
2700
berswadaya    do s.t. on a self-supporting basis (i.e. without outside funds).
2701
bersyair  1 write poetry, poetize. 2 recite poetry.
2702
bersyarat conditional.
2703
bersyukur 1 thank God. 2 (Coll.) be grateful.
2704
bertabiat be of a certain character or behavior.
2705
bertabik  extend a greeting.
2706
bertabir  1 be separated by a screen. 2 be in disguise.
2707
bertablig preach at such meetings.
2708
bertabrakan   collide.
2709
bertaburan    scattered, spread.
2710
bertaburkan   be spread over with s.t.
2711
bertadah  use a receptacle or reservoir.
2712
bertafakur    1 be reflective. 2 observe silence out of respect for a.o.
2713
bertagar  thunder and rumble.
2714
bertahak  belch.
2715
bertahan  hold out.
2716
bertaji   with the spur on.
2717
bertajuk  have (a topic) as an editorial.
2718
bertakak  formed by sewing ends together.
2719
bertakbiran   engage in such recitation.
2720
bertakhta reign.
2721
bertaksi  ride a taxi.
2722
bertakuk  notched.
2723
bertakwa  pious.
2724
bertalar  1 think logically, reason. 2 deliberate a problem.
2725
bertali   equipped with a rope, with  a rope attached.
2726
bertalian 1 tied to e.o. 2 related. 3 relevant, germane.
2727
bertalu   play this opening melody or gong.
2728
bertalu-talu  continously, incessantly.
2729
bertalun  resound.
2730
bertam    1. k.o. palm. 2. k.o. bird, Malayan black wood partridge.
2731
bertamadun    1 civilized.  2 cultured, refined.
2732
bertamasya    go on an excursion, go sight-seeing.
2733
bertambah 1 increase. 2 increasingly, more and more.
2734
bertambah-tambah  1 increase steadily. 2 all the more so.
2735
bertambal patched.
2736
bertambal-tambal  be patched all over.
2737
bertambalkan  have as a patch.
2738
bertambat tethered, tied up.
2739
bertambatan   connected with.
2740
bertambuh have another serving of rice.
2741
bertambul 1. 1) served with a light snack. 2) enjoy refreshments. 2. (Thea.)  do  theatrical stunts (magic shows, farces, etc.).
2742
bertambur beat a drum.
2743
bertameng 1 shelter or protect o.s. behind a shield. 2 use s.t. as a pretext.
2744
bertamu   1 visit. 2 be a guest.
2745
bertanah  1 take root. 2 put down roots, own land.
2746
bertanak  boil rice.
2747
bertanam  engage in planting or cultivating.
2748
bertanda  1 marked, labeled. 2 signify.
2749
bertandak perform such a dance.
2750
bertandang    visit, make a social call.
2751
bertandatangan    signed.
2752
bertanding    1 be the equal of, match. 2 compete. 3 fight a duel.
2753
bertandu  ride in a sedan chair.
2754
bertanduk horned.
2755
bertangan have hands.
2756
bertangas take a steam bath.
2757
bertangga with steps.
2758
bertangga-tangga  1 gradually, by degrees, step by step. 2  terraced, graduated.
2759
bertanggal    dated.
2760
bertanggam    dovetailed.
2761
bertanggang   (M) refrain from a normal activity.
2762
bertangguh    1 postpone, put off. 2 hesitant, reluctant.
2763
bertanggungjawab  be responsible, be liable.
2764
bertangkup    1 close (of two sides uniting). 2 fall face downward.
2765
bertani   engage in farming.
2766
bertanjak rise in a sloping manner.
2767
bertanya  ask a question.
2768
bertanya-tanya    1 repeatedly ask. 2 wonder, be quizzical.
2769
bertapa   1 live as an ascetic. 2 isolate o.s. (to meditate, to acquire magical power, etc.). 3 (Coll.) imprisoned.
2770
bertapak  1 step, tread on. 2 have an underlayer. 3 have a foot hold.
2771
bertapakkan   be based on, supported.
2772
bertaplak covered with a tablecloth.
2773
bertapuk-tapuk    1 heavily pockmarked. 2 have a bad reputation.
2774
bertara   matching.
2775
bertarah  planed.
2776
bertarak  abstain.
2777
bertaruh  1 bet, wager. 2 bet s.t.
2778
bertaruk  sprout.
2779
bertasbeh tell o.'s beads.
2780
bertatahkan   inlaid, studded.
2781
bertatih  toddle along.
2782
bertauhid acknowledge the o.ness of God.
2783
bertaut   1 fit togheter. 2 fuse, become one.
2784
bertautan be linked with, related  to.
2785
bertawakal    place o.'s trust in God.
2786
bertebaran    spread around, scattered about.
2787
berteduh  take shelter.
2788
berteduhkan   make a shelter of s.t.
2789
berteguh  1 hold to, be firm in. 2 strengthen o.s.
2790
berteguran    address e.o.
2791
bertegursapa  be on speaking terms.
2792
berteka-teki  1 play riddles. 2 ask a riddle.
2793
bertekad  (hati) be determined, be bent on.
2794
bertekan  lean on.
2795
bertekanan    exerting pressure.
2796
bertekap  bertekap
2797
bertekuk  folded roughly, crumpled.
2798
bertekun  1 be diligent. 2 hold fast, adhere to.
2799
bertekur  with head bowed.
2800
bertelanjang  be naked.
2801
bertele-tele  long-winded, excessively long and trivial.
2802
bertelekan    lean o.'s hand, elbow, etc. s.w.
2803
bertelepon    talk by phone, use the phone.
2804
bertelimpuh   (Lit.) sit with legs bent back beside body.
2805
bertelingkah  quarrel.
2806
bertelur  lay eggs.
2807
bertelut  1 kneel down. 2 surrender.
2808
bertemakan    have as a theme.
2809
berteman  1 with friends. 2 be friends to e.o. 3 be married.
2810
bertemankan   have as a friend.
2811
bertembusan   filled with holes.
2812
bertempat 1 be (placed), located. 2 take place.
2813
bertempel stick, be next to.
2814
bertemperasan spread about in disorder.
2815
bertempiar    splashed in all directions.
2816
bertempik yell, shout.
2817
bertempur be engaged in combat.
2818
bertemu   1 meet. 2 match, agree.
2819
bertenaga 1 powerful, have strength. 2 equipped with a power source.
2820
bertendens    /bertendensi/ tendentious.
2821
bertenggang   endeavor to carry on.
2822
bertenggek    to squat.
2823
bertengger    1 be perched on a branch, roost. 2 settle down, stay.
2824
bertengkaran  quarrel (with e.o.).
2825
bertentangan  1 be in contradiction, be incompatible. 2 be in conflict. 3 be face to face.
2826
bertenungan   tell fortunes.
2827
berteori  theorize.
2828
bertepas  protected by bamboo wickerwork.
2829
bertepatan    coincide.
2830
bertepi   be bordered by s.t.
2831
bertepikan    have s.t. along the edge.
2832
bertepuk  engage in clapping.
2833
berterawang   full of holes.
2834
berterbangan  fly (of many things), fly every which way.
2835
berteriak scream, shout.
2836
berterjunan   jump in large numbers.
2837
berternak breed.
2838
bertetangga   be neighbors.
2839
bertetesan    full of drips, dripped with.
2840
bertetirah    vacation in a health resort area.
2841
bertian   pregnant.
2842
bertiang  propped up, supported.
2843
bertiarap lie prone.
2844
bertiga   do s.t. in a group of three.
2845
bertih    bertih
2846
bertikai  differ in opinion, quarrel.
2847
bertikar  use s.t. as a mat.
2848
bertilam  have s.t. to sleep on.
2849
bertimbalan   1 be in balance, be mutually equal. 2 be on both sides. 3 ambivalent.
2850
bertimbun in piles.
2851
bertindak 1 take steps, measures. 2 act.
2852
bertindihan   1 be superimposed.  2 lie on e.o.  3 overlap e.o.
2853
bertinggung   to squat.
2854
bertingkah    1 act, behave. 2 be capricious, fickle. 3 act up, put on airs.
2855
bertinju  be engaged in a fist fight.
2856
bertirah  stay in health resort.
2857
bertirai  with currtains or partitions
2858
bertirakat    perform asceticism to reach o.'s goal.
2859
bertitah  speak, utter (of king, etc.).
2860
bertitar-titar    move quickly back and forth.
2861
bertitel  have a degree, titled.
2862
bertitik  1 drip. 2  have a period.
2863
bertitik-titik    dotted.
2864
bertitik-tolak    have as a starting point.
2865
bertiup   blow.
2866
bertiwikrama  1 transform o.s. in a  moment of crisis. 2 do o.'s utmost.
2867
bertlesekan   scattered here and there.
2868
bertobat  1 repent and forswear. 2 learn o.'s lesson.
2869
bertoga   wear an academic gown or judge's robe.
2870
bertogok  (Coll.) sit dully like a bump on a log.
2871
bertohor  dry up.
2872
bertokoh  have the shape of.
2873
bertokok  (Lit.) with an addition.
2874
bertolak  1 (Lit.) leave, depart. 2 start from s.t., take s.t. as a starting point.
2875
bertolok  with an equal, matched.
2876
bertombak armed with a lance.
2877
bertonase have a certain tonnage.
2878
bertonggok    (M) perch (of birds).
2879
bertongkat    use (as) a cane.
2880
bertongkatkan rest on.
2881
bertonjolan   stick or burgle put (plural).
2882
bertopang 1. lean on, be supported on. 2. be in conflict.
2883
bertopeng 1 have or wear a mask. 2 put on a front, cover up.
2884
bertopengkan  use s.t. as a cover-up.
2885
bertopi   wear a hat.
2886
bertrayek operate on a certain route.
2887
bertruk-truk  by the truckload.
2888
bertua-tuaan  1 (M) accordiing to seniority. 2 grow old together (of husband and wife).
2889
bertuah   1 lucky, fortunate. 2 bring good luck. 3 have magic power.
2890
bertual-tual  cut up into blocks.
2891
bertualang    1 swarm (of bees). 2 wander, roam, tramp around. 3 engage in an adventure (often recklessly).
2892
bertuam   be treated with a hot compress.
2893
bertuan   1 act as boss.  2 have a master. 3 use the term of address tuan.
2894
bertuankan    have s.t. as a master.
2895
bertubi-tubi  repeatedly.
2896
bertubrukan   have a collision.
2897
bertubuh  with a body of certain characteristics.
2898
bertudung 1 be covered. 2 use a veil.
2899
bertudungkan  covered with.
2900
bertugas  have s.t. as a duty.
2901
bertuhan  1 believe in God.  2 have a certain god.
2902
bertuhankan   have s.t. as a god.
2903
bertujuan 1 have s.t. as a purpose. 2 head for, go in a certain direction.
2904
bertukang be an artisan, skilled laborer.
2905
bertukar  change.
2906
bertulang bony.
2907
bertulis  written on.
2908
bertulisan    written on with some notice.
2909
bertuliskan   inscribed with s.t.
2910
bertumbangan  fall (in numbers).
2911
bertumbuh grow.
2912
bertumbuhan   grow (several things).
2913
bertumbuk 1 fight, come to  blows. 2 slam against e.o. 3 coincide.
2914
bertumbukan   collide, slam against e.o.
2915
bertumpak-tumpak  in groups.
2916
bertumpu  1 rest on. 2 have support. 3 touch upon, come in contact with. 4 concentrate, focus.
2917
bertumpuk-tumpuk  1 be in piles or stacks. 2 in groups, clusters.
2918
bertunangan   engaged, betrothed.
2919
bertunas  sprout, bud.
2920
bertunjalan   receive support or subsidy.
2921
bertunjangan  receive support or subsidy.
2922
bertuntunan   guided  by means of s.t.
2923
bertura-tura  1 get very angry, go into a rage. 2 talk in o.'s sleep.
2924
berturba  1 be in close contact with the people.  2 engage in joint projects with the ordinary citizens (of students helping peasent to harvest, etc.).
2925
berturne  make a tour.
2926
berturut-turut    1 in succession, in a row. 2 continued.
2927
bertutup  have a cover.
2928
bertutur  talk, speak.
2929
beruang   1. Malayan bear.  beruang-beruang-an  teddy bear.  2. 1 have money. 2 be well off.
2930
beruap    1 steam. 2 carbonate (drinks).
2931
beruar    cry out, proclaim.
2932
beruas    k.o. wild mangosteen
2933
berubah   change, become different.
2934
berubah-ubah  be fickle, changeable, fluctuate.
2935
beruban   have gray hair.
2936
berubun   loom.
2937
berucap   1 (Lit.) say, utter. 2 pronounce.
2938
berudara  have a certain k.o. weather.
2939
berudu    tadpole.
2940
berujar   speak.
2941
berujul   small plowshare.
2942
berujung  1 pointed. 2 culminate in.
2943
beruk short-tailed macaque (often trained to pick coconuts).
2944
berukir   carved, engraved.
2945
berukir-ukir  1 embellished with all manner of carving. 2 pockmarked..
2946
berukiran berukiran
2947
berukuran have a measurement of.
2948
berulak-ulak  whirl, bubble (water, etc.).
2949
berulam   have  a raw vegetable side dish.
2950
berulang  happen again, recur.
2951
berulat   worm-eaten.
2952
berulit   put a child to sleep with lullabies.
2953
berumbai  1 fringed. 2 swing, dangle.
2954
berumbi   rooted.
2955
berumbung tubular, cylindrical.
2956
berumpama talk hypothetically.
2957
berumpan  have bait in it.
2958
berumpuk  heap, pile stack.
2959
berumroh  make such a pilgrimage.
2960
berumur   1 attain the age of. 2  be old.
2961
berunda-unda  being in tow o. behind the other.
2962
berundak-undak    1 have stairs. 2 have stories.
2963
berundan  1 protracted, drawn out in stages. 2 in different levels (as the roof of certain houses).
2964
berundan-undan    curly (hair).
2965
berunding confer, discuss.
2966
berundung-undung  wear a veil over the head.
2967
berunggun-unggun  1 in heaps. 2 make a campfire or bonfire.
2968
berunggut-unggutan    tug a rope, play tug of war.
2969
berungkur-ungkuran    1 (Java) back to back. 2  be somewhat poorly timed so that people fail to meet.
2970
berungut  berungut
2971
beruniform    wear a uniform.
2972
berunjur  sit with o.'s legs stretched out.
2973
berunsur  has as an element.
2974
beruntaian    1 hang loosely. 2 on a string.
2975
beruntun-runtun   o. after the other, in a row.
2976
beruntung 1 lucky. 2 successful. 3 make  a profit.
2977
beruntusan    pimple, rash (prickly heat, etc.).
2978
berunyai-unyai    (M) 1 softly, gently. 2 little by little.
2979
berupah   be paid a fee.
2980
berupaya  make serious efforts (to do s.t.).
2981
berurai   1 fall apart, fall or hang down in strands. 2 scatter, disperse.
2982
berurap-urapan    rub ointment on o.s.
2983
berurat   muscular, sinewy.
2984
berurbanisasi migrate to the city.
2985
berurte   suffer a stroke.
2986
berurusan 1 get in touch with, contact. 2 be concerned with, have business with.
2987
berurut   get messaged.
2988
berurutan 1 in a series. 2 chronological.
2989
berus brush.
2990
berusaha  1 try, endeavor. 2 be running a business.
2991
berusia   attain the age of.
2992
berutas   in a strand or string.
2993
beruyel-uyelan    (Java) jostle e.o.
2994
bervariasi    have variation.
2995
berwadah  have a certain organization as the umbrella.
2996
berwadat  live as a celibate.
2997
berwajah  have a face of a certain kind.
2998
berwajib  have the obligation of.
2999
berwakaf  donate for religious community use.
3000
berwarna  colored.
3001
berwarna-warna    1 multicolored. 2 various.
3002
berwarung run a small shop.
3003
berwasangka   suspicious.
3004
berwasiat make o.'s will.
3005
berwawancara  hold an interview.
3006
berwawasan    have a conception.
3007
berwayuh  (Java) have more than o. wife.
3008
berwenang have the power to be competent to.
3009
berwewenang   have authority.
3010
berwibawa 1 with authority. 2 having an authoritative bearing.
3011
berwilayah    have a certain area.
3012
berwindu-windu    decade after decade.
3013
berwiraswasta run a private enterprise.
3014
berwirid  recite Koranic passages.
3015
berwiron  pleated.
3016
berwiru-wiru  pleated.
3017
berwisata make a tour.
3018
berwudhu  (Islam) ritual ablution before prayers.
3019
berwujud  1 have tha shape of. 2 concrete, tangible.
3020
berwukuf  (Islam) ceremony of gathering on the field of Arafah during the Hajj.
3021
berzanji  see  BARZANJI.
3022
berziarah visit a sacred place.
3023
berzina   engage in illicit sex.
3024
bes   see  BIS 4.
3025
besan 1 relationship between parents whose children are married to e.o. 2 title used between people in this relationship.
3026
besar 1 big, large, huge. 2  great, momentous, important. 3 adult, grown. 4 (Coll.) grow up.
3027
besaran   mulberry.
3028
besek k.o. covered square basket of plaited bamboo.
3029
besel bribe.
3030
besengek  k.o. side dish of chicken.
3031
beser tend to urinate frequently.
3032
besero    see  SERO 1.
3033
beserta   1 along with, as well as. 2 attached (of letters).
3034
beset 1. scraped (of skin). 2. occupied, taken.
3035
besi  iron.
3036
besit see  BERSIT.
3037
beskat    /besket/ vest.
3038
beskit    cookie.
3039
beslah    seizure, confiscation.
3040
beslit    1 gvt. decree. 2 letter of appointment.
3041
besmen    (Coll.) best man (at wedding).
3042
besok 1 tomorrow. 2 later on, in the future. 3 (Coll.) later. 4 coming.
3043
besot scraped, scratched (of foot).
3044
bestari   1 expert, skilled. 2 bright, clever.
3045
bestek    1. specifications, plan (of construction). 2. see  BESTIK..
3046
bestel    1 order s.t. 2 an order.
3047
bestik    beefsteak.
3048
bestir    1 administration. 2 gvt.  3 board of directors.
3049
bestral   radiation (for medical treatment).
3050
besuk visit (to patient in hospital).
3051
besut 1.  flow, gush (of blood).  2. 1) remove rust from metal. 2) improve, refine.
3052
besutan   (Java) k.o. comedy show.
3053
bet   sound of a sheet (of s.t. being flapped, snatched, etc.).
3054
beta  1  I (polite form in classical texts). 2  I (used by Malay royalty). 3 (Ambon)  I.
3055
betah 1 stand, endure. 2 like, feel at home.
3056
betahak   see  TAHAK.
3057
betak-betak   in shreds, in tatters.
3058
betapa    1 how very. 2 as.
3059
betara    see  BATARA.
3060
betas 1 torn, ripped (of jacket, hem). 2 cracked (of egg).
3061
betawi    1 Batavia (now Jakarta). 2 name of ethnic group indigenous to Jakarta.
3062
betel chisel.
3063
betet (Java) k.o. parrot, long-tailed parakeet.
3064
betik 1.  1) be announced. 2) leaked out, came to light (of secret). 2. (in some regions only) papaya.
3065
betik-betik   1 pimple. 2 rash, prickly heat.
3066
betina    1 female (of animals). 2 (Derog.) woman.
3067
beting    shoal, reef, sandbank.
3068
betis calf (of leg).
3069
betok 1. k.o. fish, climbing perch. 2. burned by acid.
3070
beton concrete.
3071
betonisasi    program of changing (paths, walls, etc.). to concrete.
3072
betot snatch, pulloff. mem-betot remove forcibly, extract.
3073
betul 1 right, correct. 2 true. 3 exact, right. 4 very, really.
3074
betung    k.o. large bamboo.
3075
bewes see  NOMER.
3076
bewok see  BREWOK.
3077
bewust    (bewis)  (Coll.) conscious.
3078
beza  see  BEDA.
3079
bezuk see  BESUK.
3080
bf    (blue film) pornographic movie.
3081
bfo   (Bijeenkomst voor Federaal Overleg) Conference in Federal Deliberations (Dutch-sponsored committee that helped arrange federal gvt. in Indonesia before 1950, often called Federal Consultative Assembly).
3082
bg.   (bagian) part, section.
3083
bh    (beha)  (bustehouder)  bra.
3084
bh.   (buah) a numeral classifier.
3085
bhakti    see  BAKTI.
3086
bhayangkara   see  BAYANGKARA.
3087
bhg.  (bahagian) part, section.
3088
bhinneka  (Lit.) diversity.
3089
bhs.  (bahasa) language.
3090
bhw.  (bahwa) that.
3091
bi    see  BIBI.
3092
bia   see  BEA.
3093
biadab    (Derog.) 1 ill-mannered, impolite, uncouth. 2 uncivilized, barbaric, savage. 3 uneducated, uncultured.
3094
biadi thread worm, pin worm.
3095
biak  1. fertile, prolific, fruitful. 2. wet, damp. 3. cud.
3096
biang 1 mother (of animals), parent species (of plants). 2 ringleader, mastermind.
3097
biang-biang   saltwater herring.
3098
bianglala rainbow.
3099
biar  1 let, permit. 2 so that. 3 (al)though.
3100
biar-biar k.o. small intestinal worm.
3101
biara 1 monastery, abbey, friary. 2 convent, nunnery.
3102
biarawan  monk.
3103
biarawati nun, religious sister.
3104
bias  1 ray. 2 refraction.
3105
biasa 1 usual, customary. 2 used to, accustomed to. 3 ordinary, commonplace, common.
3106
biawak    monitor lizard.
3107
biawas    k.o. guava.
3108
biaya expense, free, cost.
3109
bibel Bible.
3110
bibi, bibik   1 aunt. 2 form of address to older woman (often as bi).
3111
bibir 1 lip. 2 genital labia. 3 edge.
3112
bibit 1. 1) seed, germ. 2) seedling. 3) germ, bacteria. 4) cause, origin. 5) prospective, future. 6) fledgling, neophyte, novice.  2. see  BIMBIT.
3113
bibliograf    bibliographer.
3114
bibliografi   bibliography.
3115
bibliografis  bibliographic.
3116
bicara    1 speak. 2 stated opinion, comment. 3 (Leg.) matter, case, cause. 4 meaningful.
3117
bicokok   1 small crocodile. 2 (Jakarta) accomplice, partner in crime. 3 (Jakarta) rogue, rascal.
3118
bicu, bicu-bicu   jack for raising weights.
3119
bid   (Fin.) bid.
3120
bidaah    see  BIDAH.
3121
bidadara  male sprite.
3122
bidadari  1 fairy. 2 beautiful woman.
3123
bidah 1 (Islam) heresy. 2 (Coll.) lie, falsehood.
3124
bidai 1 bamboo or rattan screen. 2 basket work. 3 splint. 4 (Sport) base (as in baseball).
3125
bidak (Che.) pawn.
3126
bidal 1. proverb, maxim. 2. thimble.
3127
bidan midwife.
3128
bidang    1 area, field, sector. 2 plane, level, surface. 3 broad, wide. 4 classifier for things broad and flat, e.g. sails, land, mats.
3129
bidara    jujube or date tree.
3130
bidari    (Sport) base (as in baseball).
3131
bidas mem-bidas 1 penetrate, prierce (of attack). 2 spring back, fly back (when released) (of  trap, bedsprings, etc.) 3 fly from, shoot away. 4 attack verbally.
3132
bidder    (Fin.) bidder.
3133
bidding   (Fin.) bidding.
3134
bidik aim.
3135
bidston, bidstond (Rel.) prayer group.
3136
biduan    male vocalist, crooner.
3137
biduanda  (Lit.) palace servant.
3138
biduanita female vocalist.
3139
biduk river craft for cargo or fishing.
3140
bidur slab of tin weighing about 2.75 lb.
3141
biduren   (Java) suffer from rash (due to cold weather, allergy, etc.).
3142
biduri    see  BAIDURI.
3143
bier  see  BIR.
3144
bigami    bigamy.
3145
bihara    see  BIARA.
3146
bihun see  MIHUN.
3147
bihus see  BIUS.
3148
bijak 1 able, smart, experienced, wise. 2 witty, articulate.
3149
bijaksana 1 wise, astute, farsighted. 2 prudent, tactful, discreet.
3150
bijan sesame.
3151
biji  1 seed, kernel. 2 stone, pit. 3 classifier for small round objects. 4 grade, mark. 5 (sport) point. 6 (Coll.) testicles.
3152
bijih ore.
3153
bik   see  BIBI.
3154
bika, bikang  k.o. rice-flour cake.
3155
bikel see  BEKEL.
3156
bikin (Coll.) make, cause.
3157
bikini    bikini, bikini-style.
3158
biksu Buddhist monk.
3159
biksuni   Buddhist nun.
3160
biku  1. lace edging. ber-biku-biku 1) notched, toothed. 2) curve, zigzag. 2. see  BIKSU.
3161
bikulturalisme    biculturalism.
3162
bikuni    see  BIKSUNI.
3163
bila  1 when. 2 when, if.
3164
bilabial  bilabial.
3165
bilah 1 lath. 2 wood chip. 3 knife blade. 4 classifier for long, narrow objects.
3166
bilai 1 hem, border, edge. 2 addition.
3167
bilal (Islam) muezzin.
3168
bilamana  (Lit.) when.
3169
bilang    1. every.ber-bilang  some, a few, several.  2. (Coll.) say.
3170
bilas mem-bilas rinse, wash off.
3171
bilik 1 room, chamber. 2 woven bamboo room divider, plaited screen.
3172
bilingual bilingual.
3173
bilingualisme bilingualism.
3174
bilion    bouillon.
3175
bilis bloodshot and burning (of the eyes).
3176
biludak   see  BELUDAK 2.
3177
bilur welt, wound caused by whip.
3178
bilyar    billiards.
3179
bilyet    ticket.
3180
bilyun    trillion.
3181
bima  Bhima, hero of the Mahabharata.
3182
bimas (Bimbingan Massal) package-deal credit plan offered by gvt.
3183
bimasakti Milky Way.
3184
bimbang   1 worried, anxious. 2 hesitate, be dubiouse about, vacillate.
3185
bimbing   ber-bimbing find guidance.
3186
bimbit    mem-bimbit 1 carry by hand. 2 lead by hand
3187
bin   1 (Islam) son of. 2 (Coll.) and furthermore (when between words of similar meaning).
3188
bina  building, construction.
3189
bina graha    president's executive office.
3190
bina marga    directorate general of highway construction and maintenance.
3191
binal 1 rebellious (of child), uncontrollable. 2 disobedient, obstinate. 3 wild, untamed.
3192
binang    pointsettia.
3193
binar bright. very bright.
3194
binaraga  body building.
3195
binaragawan   body builder.
3196
binaragawati  woman body builder.
3197
binasa    destroyed, wiped out.
3198
binatang  animal.
3199
binatu    laundryman.
3200
bincacak  small, spritelike evil spirit.
3201
bincang   ber-bincang-bincang discuss, deliberate.
3202
bincul    lump, bump, bruise.
3203
bindeng   (Java) nasal (of speech).
3204
bindu lathe. mem-bindu use or work a lathe.
3205
bineka    see  BHINNEKA.
3206
binen see   BINNEN.
3207
biner binary.
3208
bingar    see  HINGAR.
3209
bingas    quick-tempered, short-tempered, irascible
3210
bingit    1 ill at ease, uncomfortable. 2 jealous, envious.
3211
bingka    hemispherical-shaped  cakeof leavened rice flour.
3212
bingkah   bit, lump, fragment, chunk.
3213
bingkai   1 brim, rim, fringe, edge. 2 frame.
3214
bingkap   legging, puttee.
3215
bingkas   1 resilient, elastic. 2 elasticity.
3216
bingkil   see  BENGKEL.
3217
bingkis   send gift.
3218
bingkisan 1 gift, present. 2 souvenir. 3 parcel, package.
3219
bingung   1 confused, bewildered, flustered. 2 disoriented, unsure of direction. 3 panicky. 4 perplexed.
3220
bini  (Derog.) wife.
3221
binkap    see  BINGKAP.
3222
binneka   see  BHINNEKA.
3223
binnen    (Coll.) elite, established.
3224
binomium  binomial.
3225
bint  see  BINTI.
3226
bintak    stain.
3227
bintang   1 star. 2 star, fate, luck. 3 s.o. with notable qualities. 4 medal, decoration.
3228
bintangur see  BENTANGUR.
3229
bintara   soldier in lowest grades.
3230
binteng jahe  chewy confection of sticky rice flour, gingger, and sugar.
3231
binti (Islam) daughter of.
3232
binti-binti   daughters
3233
bintik    spot, stain.
3234
bintil    1 small pimple, pustula. 2 nodule.
3235
bintit    sty in eye.
3236
bintul    slight bump, e.g. from insect bite.
3237
bintur    k.o. trap for crabs.
3238
binturung bear cat.
3239
bio   (Ch) Confucian temple.
3240
biografi  biography.
3241
biokimia  biochemistry.
3242
biokimiawan   biochemist.
3243
biokimiawi    biochemical.
3244
biola violin.
3245
biologi   biology.
3246
biologik, biologis    biological.
3247
biologiwan    biologist.
3248
biopsi    biopsy.
3249
bioritme  biorhythm.
3250
bioskop   movie theater, cinema.
3251
bipang    k.o. sugared, puffed-rice cake.
3252
bipolar   bipolar.
3253
bipolarisasi  bipolarization.
3254
bipoler   see  BIPOLAR.
3255
bir   beer.
3256
birah 1 k.o. large aroid with edible tuber and sap that causes itching. 2 lascivious, salacious.
3257
birahi    see  BERAHI.
3258
birai 1 low wall, balustrade. 2 banister, railing. 3 curb, edge, border.
3259
biras 1 relationship between two men marrying sisters or between two women marrying brothers. 2 coreferent title between two persons in such situations.
3260
birat scar or scab arround mouth.
3261
biri-biri 1. sheep. 2. see  BERI-BERI.
3262
birih see  BIRAI.
3263
biring    1. k.o. extremely itchy skin disease. 2. yellowish red.
3264
birit buttocks, bottom, rear.
3265
biro  office, bureau.
3266
birokrasi bureaucracy.
3267
birokrat  bureaucrat.
3268
birokratis    bureaucratic.
3269
birokratisasi bureaucratization.
3270
birokratisme  bureaucratism.
3271
birput    cesspool.
3272
birsam    pleurisy.
3273
biru  1. 1) blue. 2) above average (grades), C or better. 2. fold, hem, pleat.
3274
biruang   see  BERUANG 1.
3275
bis   1. bus.  2. 1) box. 2) post office box, mailbox. 3. 1) twice. 2) encore. 3) (Leg.) supplement, annex, codicil. 4. 1) tube, duct. 2) pipe.  5. 1) covering for ornamentation or protection. 2) piping, thin strip sewn on cloth, trimming. 3) (Elect.) bushing. bisa
3276
bisa  1. be able, can, could. 2. 1) poison. 2) poisononous.
3277
bisep (Anat.) biceps.
3278
bisik 1 whisper. 2 say in whisper.
3279
bising    1 noise, uproar, hullabaloo. 2 noisy. 3 buzzing (in ear).
3280
biskit    see  BISCUIT.
3281
biskop    bishop.
3282
biskuit   (biskwit) 1 cracker.  2 Dutch rusk.
3283
bislah    see  BESLAH.
3284
bislit    see  BESLIT.
3285
bismillah (Islam) in the name of God (recited at beginning of each surah).
3286
bismut    bismuth.
3287
bisnis    business.
3288
bistek, bistik    rump steak, roast beef, beefsteak.
3289
bisu  1 dumb, mute. 2 quiet, noiselless.
3290
bisul 1 boil, abscess,  ulcer. 2 tumor.
3291
bit   beet.
3292
biting    coconut leaf rib splinters sharpened to point, for pinning packets wrapped in leaves.
3293
biuku k.o. freshwater turtle.
3294
bius  drugs.
3295
bivak bivouac.
3296
biyaya    see  BIAYA.
3297
biyuh (Java) oh no ! (an exclamination of astonishment, pity).
3298
biyung    (Java) 1 mother.  2 Mama ! (exclamation of pain or emotional duress).
3299
bkpm  (Badan Koordinasi Penanaman Modal) Coordinative Agency for Investments.
3300
bkr   (Badan Keamanan Rakyat) Peaople's Security Body (forerunner of Indonesian national army).
3301
bl    see  also entries with bel-.
3302
bl., bln. (bulan) month.
3303
blacksweet    (Coll.) dark and attractive.
3304
blaf  (Coll.) bluff.
3305
blak-blakan   outspoken, blunt.
3306
blam  sound of explosion.
3307
blanco    see  BLANGKO.
3308
blandis   pro-Dutch (esp. during revolutionary period).
3309
blandong  lumberjack.
3310
blang sound of explosion.
3311
blanggur  (Java) large firecrackers, esp. to mark end of each fasting day during Ramadan.
3312
blangko   1 form to be filled in. 2 abstention in voting. 3 blank (of paper).
3313
blangkon  (Java) male batik headdress.
3314
blangwer  /blangwir/ (Coll.) fire engine.
3315
blantik   1. (Java) broker, middleman in livestock. 2. see  BELANTIK 1.
3316
blantika  world, arena.
3317
blarak    dried coconut leaf.
3318
blasak    mem-blasak make o.'s way through scrub or forest.
3319
blaster   mem-blaster crossbreed.
3320
blasteran 1 crossbred (of animals). 2 (Derog.) of mixed blood, mulatto.
3321
blau  (Coll.) 1 blue. 2 laundry bluing.  ke-blau-an  bluish.
3322
bld.  (Belanda) 1 Dutch. 2 Holland.
3323
blecas-blecos (Coll.) speak without thinking, talk off top of o.'s head.
3324
bledak-bleduk sound of objects randomly striking e.o. repeatedly.
3325
bledek    thunder.
3326
blejet    1 strip s.o. (of possessions). 2 strip (of pretensions), expose (a criminal).
3327
blek  tin can.
3328
blekek    see  MBLEKEK.
3329
blekok    k.o. heron.
3330
blencong  (Java) oil lamp used in wayang performance.
3331
blendok   see  SAKIT.
3332
bleng 1. sound of explosion. 2. (Java) natural brine.
3333
blesek    (me)m-blesek  pushed in, be sunk in.
3334
bletok    mud, muddy.
3335
blewa /blewah/ k.o. melon.
3336
bleyer    (Coll.) race (engine), rev up.
3337
blinger   (Coll.) very wrong, led astray.
3338
blingsatan    1 wriggle (because of excessive heat). 2 feel awkward, be ill at ease.
3339
blobor    blot, smear while writing (of ink, water colors, paper).
3340
blok  1. 1) bolt, roll. 2) block, street block. 3) bloc, alliance. 2.  (Coll.) obstruct.
3341
blokade   blockade..
3342
blokir    1 blockade. 2 obstruct. 3 (Fin.) freeze (account), stop (check).
3343
bloknot   note pad.
3344
blong 1 free from tension, relieved. 2 not properly tensile, not holding or catching (of mechanical parts).
3345
bloon 1 stupid, idiotic, dumb. 2 wacky, crazy, loony.
3346
blorok    motley (of chickens).
3347
blorong   (Java) 1 black and white striped. 2 k.o.  viper.
3348
blouse    see  BLUS.
3349
bludag    see  BELUDAK 1.
3350
bludas-bludus (Java) go in and out (whitout permission).
3351
bludrek   hypertension.
3352
blujin    denim trousers, blue jeans.
3353
bluk  thump ! (sound of heavy object falling on soft surface).
3354
blumkol   cauliflower.
3355
blus  woman's blouse.
3356
blusuk    (Java)  go through place in which passage is difficult (crowds, scrubs, narrow alleys, etc.).
3357
bluwok    k.o. bird.
3358
bn.   (batalyon) battalion.
3359
bni   (Bank Negara Indonesia, 1946)  the 1946 National Bank of Indonesia (a national bank).
3360
boat  (bo'at  (Sl.) drugs.
3361
bob   bouffant.
3362
boba  (Ambon) ulcerations caused by frambesia.
3363
bobo  /bobok/ 1. sleep (of young children or in children's speech). 2. (Java) mem-bobok 1) pierce, break open. 2) forge a way through.  3. (Java) k.o. soothing powder.
3364
bobol give way, collapse.
3365
bobos breach, crack, tear.
3366
bobot 1 heavy. 2 weight, heaviness. 3 integrity, quality (of literature, persons, etc.).
3367
bobrok    1 dilapidated, shoddy, ramshackle. 2 rotten, degenerate.
3368
bocah kid  (of prepuberty age).
3369
bocel chipped.
3370
bocong    jug.
3371
bocor 1 leak. 2  leak, be leaky.  3 (Coll.). urinate (frequently). 4 (Coll.). suffer from diarrhea. 5 (Coll.) bleed.
3372
bodo  1. see  BAJU.  2. (bodoh) stupid, dumb, dull-witted.
3373
bodok initial stages of leprosy.
3374
bodol 1. windfall. 2. (Jakarta, Java) torn or with holes.
3375
bodong    protruding, bulging (of navel).
3376
bodreks   k.o. patent medicine for colds.
3377
bof   swollen thyroid glands.
3378
bogel see  BUGIL.
3379
bogem bogem-mentah  blow with the fist.
3380
bogenvil  see  BUGENFIL.
3381
bogi  1  bogey (in golf). 2. see KERETA 1.
3382
bogot see  HITAM.
3383
boh   curve, arch (as in pipes, etc.).
3384
bohong    1 lie, falsehood. 2 lie, prevaricate.
3385
bohorok   a seasonally strong wind in E. Sumatra.
3386
boikot    boycott.
3387
bojo  (Java) spouse.
3388
bok   1. playpen. 2. see  MBOK 1,2.
3389
boke  1. see  BUKET.  2. (bokek) destitute.
3390
boket see  BUKET.
3391
bokong    1 buttocks. 2 hindpart first, the wrong way around. 3 back.
3392
bokor 1 copper or silver bowl with wide rim. 2 (Sport) loving cup, trophy.
3393
boks  1. box on a newspaper or magazine page. 2. see   BOK 1.
3394
boksen    (Coll.) boxing.
3395
bokser    (Coll.)  boxer.
3396
boksit    bauxite.
3397
bol   1. (Java) anus. 2.(Coll.) testicles. 3. see  BENANG. 4. see  JAMBU.
3398
bola  1 ball. 2 globe. 3 spherical object.
3399
bolak-balik   1 to and fro, back and forth. 2 frequently, again and again. 3 contradictory.
3400
bolang-baling 1. 1) propeller. 2) weathervane, whirligig.  2. k.o. fried sweet roll.
3401
bolbal    (bolak-balik) back and forth.
3402
boleh 1 be permitted, may. 2 (Lit.) be able, can.
3403
boling    bowling.  pe-boling  bowler, o. who bowls.
3404
bolong    1 perforated, pierced. 2 precisely.
3405
bolos 1. 1) penetrated, with a hole. 2) (Coll.) truant. 3) escape from captivity.  2. see  BULUS 2.
3406
bolot mem-bolot wrap up.
3407
bolpen, bolpoint  ballpoint pen.
3408
bolsak    see  BULSAK.
3409
bolsyewik Bolshevik.
3410
bolu  k.o. spongecake..
3411
bom   1. 1) bomb. 2) (Coll.) fart.   2. 1) boom (at a barrier), gate, bar. 2) customs. 3) wagon tongue. 4) (Naut.)  boom.
3412
bombardemen   bombardment, bombing.
3413
bombardir mem-bombardir 1 bombard, shell, bomb. 2 appoint without regard for qualifications. 3 shower, bombard.
3414
bombasme  bombast.
3415
bombastis bombastic.
3416
bombon    bonbon.
3417
bomo  /bomoh/ medicine man, native practitioner, shaman.
3418
bon   1. 1) check, bill. 2) alliance, league.
3419
bonafide  (bonafit)  bona fide, without fraud.
3420
bonafiditas   reliability, genuineness.
3421
bonang    gamelan instrument consisting of row of tuned inverted bronze bowls.
3422
bonbon    candy.
3423
bonceng   get a ride on a two-wheeled vehicle.
3424
boncol    see  BONJOL.
3425
bondo (Java) goods, capital.
3426
bondong   group, throng, crowd.
3427
bondot    bundle, bunch.
3428
boneka    1 doll. 2 puppet, marionette. 3 figurehead, front.
3429
bonet (Leg., Acad.) cap, mortarboard.
3430
bong  1. China  grave.  2. bang !  3. professional circumciser.
3431
bongak    1 proud, arrogant. 2 stupid.
3432
bonggol   1. 1) hump. 2) outrowth. 3 knot on tree. 2. mem-bonggol strike over and over, hit repeatedly.
3433
bongkah   numeral classifier for lumps, chunks, etc.
3434
bongkak   1 proud. 2 insolent, arrogant.
3435
bongkar   take apart.
3436
bongkar-bangkir   scattered, spread about.
3437
bongkok   see  BUNGKUK.
3438
bongkol   1 knob. 2 hump. 3 head (of lettuce).
3439
bongkong  stupid.
3440
bongkot   1 tree trunk. 2 tree stump. 3 base of plant stem, etc.
3441
bongkrek  (Java) inedible (of misshapen, diseased tubers or fruits).
3442
bonglai   see  BENGLE.
3443
bongmeh   mem-bongmeh  1 feel o.'s pulse. 2 note, observe.
3444
bongok    short and fat.
3445
bongpai   (China) tombstone.
3446
bongsang  small fruit basket.
3447
bongsor   1 oversized, overweight. 2 big, tall.
3448
bonjol    1 lump. 2 projection. 3 protrude.
3449
bonjor    fortification.
3450
bontak    chubby, bulging (of cheeks, etc.).
3451
bontot    1. (Java) rice wrapped in leaves to eat away from home. 2.(Java) youngest (child).
3452
bonyok    /bonyor/ 1 flabby (of flesh). 2 soft, mushy (of fruit). 3 tainted, rank (of meat, fish).
3453
booking   see  BUKING.
3454
boom  see  BOM 2.
3455
boong see  BOHONG.
3456
boorwater see  BORWATER.
3457
bop   see  BOB.
3458
bopeng    1 pockmarked. 2 full of pot-holes (of roads).
3459
boper buffer.
3460
bopet see  BUFET.
3461
boplo construction unit or group.
3462
bopong    mem-bopong hold s.o. up against o.'s chest.  pem-bopong  supporter.
3463
bor   drill, brace and bit.
3464
borak (Islam.) winged steed that carried Muh. to heaven.
3465
boraks    borax.
3466
boraq see  BORAK.
3467
bordel    see  BORDIL 1.
3468
bordes    balustrade.
3469
bordil    1. bordello, brothel.  2. bordir  embroider s.t.
3470
bordu (Naut.) gunwale.
3471
boreg, boreh  1 guarantee, security, warranty, collateral. 2 guarantor.
3472
boreh medicinal powder mixed with water used as ointment or liniment.
3473
borek see  BURIK.
3474
borg  see  BOREG.
3475
borgol    handcuffs.
3476
borhan    proof.
3477
borjuasi  bourgeoisie.
3478
borjuis   bourgeois.
3479
boro-boro (Jakarta) do not  expect even that much (s.t. less is even unlikely).
3480
borok 1 ulcer, boil, sore. 2 ulcerous, mangy, itchy. 3 bad, rotten.
3481
borong    the entire stock.
3482
boros 1 wasful. extravagant. 2 lavish.
3483
bortel, bortol    see  WORTEL.
3484
boru  Batak kinship term, daughter of a clan.
3485
borwater  boratic solution.
3486
bos   1. bunch, bundle. 2. (Auto) bushing. 3. (Sl.) boss.
3487
bosan 1 bored. 2 tired of, fed up.
3488
bosen (Coll.) see  BOSAN.
3489
bosman    1. boatswain.  2. Bushmen (of Africa).
3490
bosor pierced, full of holes.
3491
bot   1. motorized boat (us. with outboard motor).  2. boot.
3492
botak bald (headed).
3493
botani    botany.
3494
botanikus botanist.
3495
botik see  BUTIK.
3496
boto, botoh   1. shapely, nice, comely. 2. croupier, gambling (cockfighting, etc.).
3497
botok dish made of  coconut and meat, fish, etc. wrapped in banana leaf and steamed.
3498
botol 1 bottle.  2 bottled (in set expressions).
3499
bougie    see  BUSI.
3500
boven see  NAAR BOVEN.
3501
boyak see   BAYAK.
3502
boyas potbellied, fat, obese.
3503
boyok small of back.
3504
boyong    a move from o. place to another.
3505
bp    (Balai Pustaka) Gvt. Printing and Publishing House.
3506
bpkb  (Buku Pemilik Kendaraan Bermotor) certificate of ownership of motor vehicles.
3507
bps   (Biro Pusat Statistik) Central Bureau of Statistics.
3508
br    see also entries with ber-.
3509
brahmana  Brahmin.
3510
brahmani  Brahmin (woman).
3511
brai  bell bottom, flared (of trousers).
3512
brambang  shallot.
3513
brandal   1 rascal, scoundrel. 2 gangster, bandit.
3514
brangus   muzzle (of dogs).
3515
brankar   hospital cart, stretcher.
3516
brankas   safe, strongbox.
3517
brantam   see  HANTAM.
3518
branwir   see   BLANGWER.
3519
bratawali 1 k.o. vine the leaves of whice are used in bitter medicinal concoctions. 2 a concoction containing such leaves, often used in university initianions.
3520
bray  see  BRAI.
3521
brayat    nuclear family.
3522
brebet    (me)m-brebet make sound of static.
3523
bredel    see  BREIDEL.
3524
breg  sound of s.t. heavy falling.
3525
breidel   bridle.
3526
brem  (Bali) see  BERAM.
3527
bren  k.o. light machine gun.
3528
brendi    brandy.
3529
breng-brengan pungent, excessive (of fragrance).
3530
brengos   (Java) moustache.   brengos-an  mustachioed.
3531
brengsek  1 useless, in bad condition, no good. 2 Hell  ! It is all messed up  ! (exclamation of disapproval).
3532
bret  sound of a sheet (of s.t.) snatched away.
3533
bretel    suspenders.
3534
brevet    certification, license, flying certificate.
3535
brevir    (Rel.) breviary.
3536
brewok    (Java) whiskers, sideburns.
3537
bri   (Bank Rakyat Indonesia) People's Bank of Indonesia (state-controlled bank).
3538
bridge    (brits)  bridge, the card game.
3539
briefing  short oral summary of a project or organization.
3540
brigade   brigade.
3541
brigadir jenderal brigadier general.
3542
brigjen   (brigadir jenderal)  brigadier general.
3543
brikdan, brikdans breakdance.
3544
briket    briquet.
3545
bril  (Coll.) eyeglasses.
3546
brilyan   1. brilliant, highly intelligent.  2. brilliant (cut of diamond).
3547
brintik   curly (hair).
3548
brisik    see   RISIK 2.
3549
britania raya Great Britain.
3550
brocel    (Java) having a rough surface, uneven and not smooth
3551
broche    see  BROS 1.
3552
brojol    m-brojol, mem-brojol (Java) come out (from within o.'s  body) unexpectedly.
3553
brok  sound of s.t. heavy falling.
3554
brokat    brocade.
3555
bromfits  see  BROMPIT.
3556
bromida   bromide.
3557
bromocorah    repeat offender.
3558
brompit   moped, motor bicycle.
3559
brondol   featherless, hairless.
3560
brondong  fusillade.
3561
brongkol  (Java) lump under skin.
3562
bronhitis bronchitis.
3563
bronjong  concertina (barbed) wire.
3564
bronsitis bronchitis.
3565
bros  1. brooch. 2. crisp, brittle.
3566
brosur    brochure.
3567
bruder    religious brother, friar.
3568
brujul    (Java) sapi-brujul  oxen for plowing.
3569
bruk  sound of many hard things falling together.
3570
brul  sound of rapid movement of many.
3571
brur  brother, a reference and address term, esp. in Protestant circles.
3572
brutal    1 very violent, brutal. 2 impudent, insolent.
3573
bruto gross.
3574
brutu fleshy part of fowl's tail.
3575
bs    1. (Burgerlijke Stand) (office of) civil registration. 2. (Bayar Sendiri) (Sl.) pay o.'s own way, Dutch treat.
3576
bt.   (binti) daughter of (in Islam names).
3577
btn   (Bank Tabungan Negara) National Savings  Bank (state-controlled bank).
3578
bto.  (bruto) gross.
3579
bu    1. (Ambon) brother (term of address to men some what older than o.s.). 2. see  IBU.  3. see  BA 2.
3580
buah  1 fruit. 2 s.t. shaped like a fruit.  3 result. 4 focus, topic.  5 classifier of large objects.
3581
buai  1. swing.  2. membuai stroke (hair, cat, etc.).
3582
bual  1 bubblling over (of liquid). 2 boasting, big talk, bragging.
3583
buana (Lit.) earth, universe.
3584
buang throw (away).
3585
buani (Lit.)  universal.
3586
buar  extravagant, wasteful.  pem-buar  spendthrift, lavish  spender.
3587
buas  1 wild (of animals, natural phenomena). 2 cruel-hearted, ruthless.
3588
buat  1 do, make. 2 for.  3 in order to.
3589
buaya 1 crocodile, alligator. 2 villain, scoundrel, bounder.
3590
bubar 1 disperse, scatter. 2 (Mil.) Fall out ! Dismissed !
3591
bubrah    (Java) fall apart, scatter all over.
3592
bubras    (Java) scraped off (of skin).
3593
bubu  a plaited rattan fish trap.
3594
bubuh mem-bubuh put or place on.  mem-bubuh-kan  add, append, attach, affix.
3595
bubuk 1. 1) powder. 2) s.t. which has been pulverized. 2. k.o. insect, woodborer.
3596
bubul 1. 1) sore on palm or sole. 2) corns on hooves of animals. 2. mem-bubul  repair, fix (net, etc.). 3. mem-bubul soar, rise skyward (of fire, swarm of insects).
3597
bubun-bubun   (M) fontanel.
3598
bubung    1 top, ridge. 2 ridgepole.
3599
bubur porridge, gruel, mush.
3600
bubus mem-bubus  swarm out.
3601
bubut 1. lathe.  2. mem-bubut 1) pull up, plick (grass, hair, etc.). 2) extract (a thoot).  3. (Naut.) stay, brace.  4. k.o. bird, coucal.
3602
bucu  angle, corner.
3603
buda  see   BUDHA.
3604
budak 1 servant, slave. 2 (Lit.) youngster.
3605
budanco   rank in defense units during Japanese occupation.
3606
budaya    1 culture. 2 practice.
3607
budayawan cultural observer, o. who writes about art, drama, etc.
3608
budayawi  cultural.
3609
budeg (Java)  1 deaf. 2 anonymous.
3610
budel (Coll.) inheritance.
3611
budeng    (Java) k.o. ape, black gibbon.
3612
budget    see  BUJET.
3613
budgeter  see  BUJETER.
3614
budha Buddha.
3615
budhis    Buddhist.
3616
budhisme  Buddhism.
3617
budi  1 mind, reason, right thinking. 2 character. 3 sensibleness, reasonableness, level-headedness. 4 trick, cunning.
3618
budidaya  cultivation.
3619
budiman   wise, prudent, sensible.
3620
buduk 1. mangy (of dogs). 2. see  BODOK.
3621
budur prominent, protruding (of eyes).
3622
bufe  /bufet, buffet/ 1 buffet, side table, counter, bar. 2 food and drink stand, lunch counter, refreshment bar.
3623
bugar see  SEGAR, SEHAT.
3624
bugenfil  k.o. flowering ornamental shru, bougainvillea.
3625
bugil completely naked.
3626
buh   sound of blowing (candle, etc.).
3627
buhuk goiter.
3628
buhul 1. knot (of rope or string).  2. appear slightly or partly from beneath or inside.
3629
bui   1. jail. 2. buoy.
3630
buih  foam, froth.
3631
buitenzorg    Bogor in the colonial period.
3632
bujah protruding, prominent.
3633
bujang    1 single, unmarried. 2 bachelor. 3 male servant.
3634
bujangga  1 sage, scholar, learned or wise person. 2 poet, man of letters.
3635
bujet budget.
3636
bujeter   budgetary.
3637
bujuk coaxing, persuasion.
3638
bujur 1 lengthwise, longitudinal. 2 longitude. 3 a numerical classifier for long objects.
3639
buk   1. sound of thud. 2.  book (up). 3. cement bench us. placed in front of gate to yard of home.  4. (java) see  IBU.
3640
buka  1 open. 2 breaking of fast, food consumed at breaking of fast.
3641
bukan 1 not, no (negates nouns, pronouns or nominal phrases).  2 it is not the case that. 3  isn't it ?, aren't you ?, etc., often as
3642
bukat dirty, muddy.
3643
bukau see  BUKIT.
3644
buket bouquet.
3645
buking    booking, previously arranged reservation.
3646
bukit hill, mountain.
3647
bukti proof, evidence.
3648
buku  1. book. 2. 1) knuckle, joint. 2) knot. 3) grain, pellet, lump (of salt, sand, etc.).
3649
bukung    1 tailless. 2 (Coll.) woman's short hair style.
3650
bukur grain, granule.
3651
bukut mem-bukut 1 cover up, keep secret. 2 cover.
3652
bul   see  BOL 1.
3653
bulai 1 albino. 2 (Derog.) white person, Caucasian.
3654
bulak lonely place in a road.
3655
bulak-balik   see  BOLAK-BALIK.
3656
bulan 1 month. 2  moon.
3657
bulang    1 wrapper, headdress, wraparound. 2 tape, ribbon, etc. for fastening spur to fighting cock's foot.
3658
bulang-baling see   BOLANG-BALING 2.
3659
bular cataract of eye.
3660
bulat 1 circle, spherical, round. 2 complete, overall. 3 unanimous.
3661
bulbul    k.o. bird, tropical nightingale.
3662
buldog    bulldog.
3663
buldoser  /buldozer/ bulldozer.
3664
bule  /bulek/ see  BULAI.
3665
buletin   bulletin.
3666
bulgur    grain product made of the nutritious portions of wheat, bulgur.
3667
buli-buli gourd for storing liquids.
3668
bulian    k.o. ironwood tree.
3669
bulir 1 ear (of corn). 2 counter for long, coneshaped objects, esp. grains.
3670
bulkpos   bulkpost.
3671
bulldozer see  BULDOSER.
3672
bulsak    1 upholstery. 2 mattress.
3673
bulu  1 body hair.  2 fur. 3 feather
3674
buluh bamboo.
3675
buluk,bulukan 1 moldy, mildewed. 2 stale (of cigarette smoke).
3676
bulur starving, overpowering hunger.
3677
bulus 1. 1) totally bald, smooth (of head). 2) childless. 3 robbed, fleeced, wiped out. 2. be struck (by blow). 3. small freshwater or land turtle. 4. pierce, penetrate.
3678
bulus-bulus   k.o. fish.
3679
bulutangkis   badminton.
3680
bulyon    1. bouillon (for broth). 2. bullion.
3681
bum   see  BOM 2.
3682
bumban    wreath, garland.
3683
bumbu cooking spices, flavor.
3684
bumbun    1. 1) shady, shaded. 2) shelter for hunters. 2. 1) heap, pile. 2) heaped up.
3685
bumbung   1. 1) bamboo cylinder used as container. 2) tubing. 2. see  BUBUNG.
3686
bumel local train.
3687
bumerang  boomerang.
3688
bumi  1 earth. 2 (Lit.) soil.
3689
bumiawi   earthly, terrestrial.
3690
bumiputera    native (of country).
3691
bumn  (Badan Usaha Milik Negara) state-owned corporation.
3692
bumper    (Auto.)  bumper.
3693
bumpet    clogged up (gutters, thoughts, etc.).
3694
bun   1. small brass box. 2 see  EMBUN.
3695
bunar see  BAMBU.
3696
buncah    (M) disturbed, upset.
3697
bunceng   see  BONCENG.
3698
bunci capital for small-scale business.
3699
buncis    stringbean.
3700
buncit    1. 1) distended, bloated, puffed up. 2) pregnant. 2. recent, last.
3701
bunda mother, respectful term of reference and address.
3702
bundar    1. round, circular, spheical. 2. clothesbrush.
3703
bundas    all bruised up.
3704
bundel    1. 1) bundle, sheaf, wad. 2) collection. 3) bound volume of journal. 2. knot.
3705
bunder    see  BUNDAR 1.
3706
bung  1. 1) fellow, buddy. 2) brother (affectionate title for some popular leaders). 2. sound of a drumbeat. 3. see  REBUNG.
3707
bunga 1 flower, blossom. 2 the best part, cream. 3 floral design, s.t. flowerlike. 4 (Fin.) interest. 5 tire tread. 6 (Crd.) suit.
3708
bungalo   lodge, country retreat.
3709
bungkah   see  BONGKAH.
3710
bungkal   1 lump, piece, chunk. 2 leaden weight, sinker. 3 measure of weight for gold.
3711
bungkam   1 quiet, silent. 2 speechless, struck dumb. 3 not go off, not explode (of firecracker, etc.).
3712
bungkang  laid out like a corpse.
3713
bungkem   see  BUNGKAM.
3714
bungkil   residue of copra after extracting oil.
3715
bungkuk   crooked, bent (over), humped.
3716
bungkul   1. cauliflower. 2. see  BONGKOL.
3717
bungkus   1 parcel, pack. 2 wrapper, wrap.
3718
bunglai   see  BENGLE.
3719
bunglon   1. 1) chameleon. 2) vacillator. 3) opportunist. 2. tube, valve housing.
3720
bungsu    1 youngest offspring. 2 the last in series.
3721
bungur    k.o. timber tree.
3722
buni  1. k.o. tree bearing small sour fruits.  2. see  BUNYI.
3723
bunian    race of invisible people of forest, thought to kidnap humans.
3724
bunker    bunker.
3725
buntak    (M) short and stout, out of proportion.
3726
buntal    swollen, bloated. buntal-an 1 s.t. swollen. 2 bundle.
3727
buntang   1 staring (of choking or dying person). 2 stiff (of carcass).
3728
buntar    see  BUNDAR 1.
3729
buntat    1. gallstone.  2. blocked, clogged, stopped up.
3730
buntel    1. (Java) 1) wrapping. 2) dish of spices wrapped in taro leaves. 2. knapsack.
3731
buntet    1 clogged. 2 stifled (of thoughts).
3732
buntil    1. dish of roasted taro leaves wrapped around spices. 2. knapsack, clothes bag.
3733
bunting   1 pregnant (of animals). 2 full, filled out (of paddy, etc.). 3 (Derog.) pregnant (of women).
3734
buntu 1 blocked, stopped (up), dead end. 2 dead locked. 3 stumped, stymied.
3735
buntung   1 lopped off or amputated (arm, leg, tail etc.). 2 bad luck, misfortune.
3736
buntut    1 tail. 2 rear end, latter part. 3 aftermath, consequence. 4 k.o. gambling based on last three digits of lottery.
3737
bunuh mem-bunuh 1 kill. 2 put out, extinguish, quench, douse (fire, lamp). 3 remove, cross out, cancel. 4 plug (leak, hole).
3738
bunut k.o. small tree.
3739
bunyi 1 sound, nouse. 2 (LIng.) sound. 3 contents.
3740
bupati    regent, gvt. officer in charge of a regency.
3741
bupet see  BUFE.
3742
bur   sound of splashing.
3743
bura  spittle, spit.
3744
burai ber-, mem-, ter-  hang out in strands (of hair, etc), spill out in streams (rice, cement, etc.).
3745
burak see  BORAK.
3746
buraksa   see  BERAKSA.
3747
buram 1. 1) blueprint, design, plan. 2) sketch, draft, outline. 3) unregistered. 2.  1) not clear, dull. 2) dark, be clouded (of face).
3748
buraq see BORAK.
3749
buras 1. chitchat, smal talk. 2. k.o. rice cake made with coconut cream wrapped in banana leaves. 3. erased, wiped out, eradicated.
3750
burat see  BOREH.
3751
bureng    hazy, unclear, dim (of glasses, etc.).
3752
bures see  BURAS 1,2,3.
3753
burik 1 dotted, speckled (of feathers, skin). 2 pockmarked.
3754
burit posterior, rear, behiind.
3755
burjasmani    (Tech.) elliptical.
3756
burju'ssunbulat   (Zod.) Virgo.
3757
burjuasi  see  BORJUASI.
3758
burjuis   see  BORJUIS.
3759
burjul'hamal  (Zod.)  Aries.
3760
burkuk    see  BERGUK.
3761
buro  see  BIRO.
3762
burokrasi see  BIROKRASI.
3763
buron, buronan    fugitive from justice, s.o. wanted.
3764
bursa stock exchange.
3765
bursuasi  see  BORJUASI.
3766
buru  buru-buru, ter-buru-buru  hurried, in a rush.
3767
buruan    1 prey   2  fugitive  from  justice , hunted  person .
3768
buruh worker, laborer.
3769
buruk 1 old, worn out, dilapidated. 2 decayed (of teeth), rotten (of wood, etc.). 3 bad, foul, nasty.
3770
burung    1 bird.  2 (Coll.) penis.
3771
burut hernia.
3772
burwater  see  BORWATER.
3773
bus   see  BIS 1,2.
3774
busa  1. 1) foam, lather. 2) scum, suds. 2. mem-busa 1) gasp, pant. 2) blow.
3775
busana    clothing, esp. in fashion circles.
3776
busar see  BUSUR 1.
3777
buset Hell ! (exlamation of disapproval).
3778
busi  sparkplug.
3779
buster    (Auto.) booster.
3780
busuk 1 putrid, rotten, spoiled, decomposed, putrefied. 2 low, depraved, corupt, vile.
3781
busung    1. 1) bloated, distended. 2) ( Med.) edema. 3) bulging, packed, stuffed (of pocket, chest, breast). 2. 1) elevated land. 2)  sandbank, shoal.
3782
busur 1. 1) archer's bow. 2) arch, arc.  2. cotton gin.
3783
busut 1 small mound. 2 anthill, termite nest (in the ground).
3784
busyet    see  BUSET.
3785
but-but   see EMBUT.
3786
buta  1 blind, sightless, unseeing. 2  blank. 3 forgetful. 4 unknowledgeable.
3787
butak 1. see  BOTAK. 2.  see  BUTEK.
3788
butas (Buton Asphalt) popular k.o. asphalt.
3789
butek 1 turbid, thick, muddy. 2 (Coll.) troubled.
3790
butik boutique.
3791
butir 1 grain, granule, pellet. 2 numeral classifier for round objects. 3 small object. 4 item (in a list).
3792
butsi (Badan Urusan Tenaga Sukarela Indonesia)  coordinating body for volunteers, foreign and domestic, in Indonesia.
3793
butsir    mem-butsir  model objects from clay or wax.
3794
butuh 1. need, necessity. 2 (Coll.) penis.
3795
butut worn out.
3796
buwes see  REBEWES.
3797
buya  (Islam) title for respected religious experts and leaders..
3798
buyar 1 run (like ink on blotting paper), spread. 2 scrattered, dispersed, blown about. 3 scatterbrained, unable to concentrate.
3799
buyung    1. narrow-necked, big-bellied earthenware or metal jar. 2. form of address to young boy.
3800
buyur see  GUYUR.
3801
buyut 1 term of reference for great-grandparent or great-grandchild. 2 (Java) ancestral and sacred (of places, such as cemeteries).
3802
byar  (Java) on (of lights).
3803
byur  (Java) splashing noise when s.t. falls or is thrown into water.
3804
c c, the 3d letter of the alphabet.
3805
c.    (Celsius).
3806
ca    (Ch) stir-fried dish.
3807
cabai red pepper, chili.
3808
cabak k.o. night bird.
3809
cabang    1 branch, bough , prong. 2 branch (office, department, academic field, etc.).  3 fork (in the road,  river). 4 chapter, affiliate (of club, association, etc.).
3810
cabar cabar-hati  1 cowardly, fear-striken, timorous. 2 discouraged, dejected, downhearted. 3 careless, unheeding.
3811
cabe  see  CABAI.
3812
cabik 1 torn, ripped, snagged. 2 strip, piece.
3813
cabir long rip or tear.  ber-cabir-an  in tatters, in shreds.
3814
cabo  (China) prostitute, whore.
3815
cabuh in an uproar.
3816
cabuk 1. 1) carbuncle. 2) foul-smelling ulceration. 2. k.o. fish, wolf herring. 3. see  CAMBUK.
3817
cabul 1. 1) indecent, obscene. 2) pornographic. 2. see  CEBOL.
3818
cabur ke-cabur-an disturbance, commotion, tumult.
3819
cabut 1 yang out, withdraw. 2 (Coll.) take off, leave.
3820
cacad see  CACAT.
3821
cacadan   (Java) whiffletree, pole to connect the yoke to the plow.
3822
cacah 1. number, amount. 2. cut up.
3823
cacak 1. vertikal, upright, perpendicular. 2. 1) pinch. 2) steal, swipe.  3. (Java) 1) elder brother. 2) form of address to elder man. 3) comrade, buddy (esp. to pedicab drivers in Surabaya, as cak).
3824
cacap 1. hair remedy (to ensure growth). 2. men-cacap-i flood, inundate.
3825
cacar 1 pustular skin eruption. 2 smallpox.
3826
cacat 1 physical defect, deformity. 2 flawed.
3827
cacau fickle, inconstant, capricious, changeable.
3828
caci  abuse verbally.
3829
cacing    worm, maggot.
3830
cadang    suku-cadang  spare parts.
3831
cadangan  1 reseve, back up, spare. 2 a proposal. 3 plan, long-range project. 4 a vote.
3832
cadar veil (worn by Islam women, bride, etc.).
3833
cadas (Geol.) 1 sedimentary rock formation (such as sandstone or tuff).  2 rocky ground or area.
3834
cadel see  CEDAL.
3835
cadik 1. (Naut.) 1) leeboard. 2) outrigger. 2. (Coll.) ny- addicted. 3. see  CERDIK.
3836
cadok nearsighted, myopic.
3837
cadong    share, portion.
3838
caela expression of exasperation.
3839
caem  (ca'em)  (Sl.) cute.
3840
cafetaria canteen, small  restaurant (not necessarily self-selvice) attached to school or office.
3841
cagak 1. 1) a forking branch. 2) crossing. 2. (Java) pole, post used for support.
3842
cagar 1 security, guarantee, pledge. 2 advence payment.
3843
cagu  /caguh/ whitlow.
3844
cagut men- peck, bite.
3845
cah   1. hah ! (exclamation of disagreement). 2. see  BOCAH.
3846
cahar loose (of feces).
3847
cahari    see  CARI.
3848
cahaya    1 radiance, brilliance, glow.  2 light.  3 ray.
3849
cailah    Lord ! (exclamation of surprise).
3850
caing-caing   in shreds, in tatters.
3851
cair  1 liquid, fluid. 2 thin, weak, diluted.
3852
cais  reins.
3853
caisim    k.o. China vegetable, mustard greens.
3854
cak   1. smack (of the lips). 2. cak-padang sparrow.  3. see  CACAK 3.
3855
cakah at an obtuse angle.
3856
cakal-bakal   (Java) founder of a village, pioneer.
3857
cakalang  (E. Indonesia) k.o. tuna, skipjack.
3858
cakalele  war dance in the Moluccas and Minahasa.
3859
cakap 1. 1) able, capable. 2) adroid, clever, skillful.  3) good-looking.  2. words, statement.
3860
cakar 1 claw, talon (of birds). 2 paw. 3 scratch. 4 rasp, file.
3861
cakatan   see  CEKATAN.
3862
cakau see  CEKAU.
3863
cakep see  CAKAP 1.
3864
cakera    see  CAKRA.
3865
cakeram   see  CAKRAM.
3866
cakil 1 noble shadow-play character with protruding lower jaw. 2 prognathous.
3867
caklat    see  CIAKLAT.
3868
cakra Vishnu's mythical weapon.
3869
cakrabirawa   presidential palace guards in Sukano era.
3870
cakrak    (Java) well-formed body, good-looking (of humans, animals).
3871
cakram    1 disk. 2 (Sport) discus.
3872
cakrawala 1 firmament, heavens, sky. 2 rotation of heavenly bodies.
3873
cakrawati rule, sway.
3874
cakruk    (Java) small market.
3875
cakue see  CAKWE.
3876
cakup 1. men-cakup  1) catch with the mouth, snap at. 2) arrest, round up (prostitutes, illegal vendors, tramps). 3 embrace, entail, include. 2. (Java) scoop, ladle out.
3877
cakwe (China) k.o. fried cake, fritter of twisted dough.
3878
cala  see  COLA-CALA.
3879
calabikang    k.o. multicolored cake made from rice.
3880
calak 1. superimposed (of o. color on another). 2.  (M) sharp-tongued, glib. 3. (Java) o. who perfoms traditional circumcision.
3881
calang    1 bare, almost leafles. 2 unadorned (of furniture, etc.).
3882
calar laceration, scratch (on skin).
3883
calincing k.o. weed.
3884
caling    1. tusk, canine tooth. 2. see COLANG-CALING.
3885
calipso   see  CALYPSO.
3886
calit smear, stain, spot.
3887
calo  1 passenger recruiter for public vehicles. 2 ticket scalper.
3888
caloisme  a mentality and system characterized by using the power of o.'s position for personal gain (i.e., by farning out projects, etc.).
3889
calon 1 candidate, aspirant. 2 applicant. 3 recruit.
3890
caluk see  ASAM.
3891
calung    1. 1) bamboo water scoop. 2) cup for latex. 2.  k.o. bamboo xylophone.
3892
calypso   (kalipso) 1 k.o. Latin American dance. 2 pomaded, brushed-back hair style (1950s).
3893
cam   1. interest, attention (us. only in negative constructions).   2. see  KECAM.
3894
cama  1. have a large appetite. 2. (calon mahasiswa) freshman, new university student (during hazing).
3895
camar seagull, tern.
3896
camat subdistrict head.
3897
cambah    see  KECAMBAH.
3898
cambang   whiskers, sideburns.
3899
cambuk    whip, cat-o-nine-tails.
3900
cambul    see  CEMBUL.
3901
cambung   large bowl, tureen (for rice, fruit, etc.).
3902
camca (Sumatra) tea or soup spoon.
3903
cami  (calon mahasiswi). female freshman (during hazing).
3904
camik (menyamik)  eat a little. (nyamik-an) snacks
3905
camilan   (Java) snacks.
3906
campa coarse, not ground finely (of tea leaves or coffee).
3907
campah    flat, insipid, tasteless.
3908
campak    1. a throw, toss. 2. measles. 3. k.o. folk dance from Beliton.
3909
campin    1 skillful, handy. 2 clever, adept.
3910
camping   in rags, in tatters.
3911
campung   lopped off, clipped.
3912
campur    1 mixed, mingled, blended. 2. get involved.
3913
camuk stab.
3914
canai grind down.
3915
canang    crier's cymbal.
3916
cancang   1. ter- cancang  be standing on end. 2. men-, ny- 1) tie up. 2) put on a leash.
3917
cancut    (Java) loincloth.
3918
canda (Java) 1 joke (esp. of teasing nature). 2 caprice.
3919
candak    sistim-candak-kulak  system of gvt. credit for small investors.
3920
candi ancient Hindu or Budhist temple or shrine.
3921
candit    (Naut.) fluke (of anchor).
3922
candra    1. (Lit.) moon. candra-sangkala chronogram based on lunar calculations.   2. men-candra give s.t. a symbol or label.
3923
candrabirawa  see  AJI 1.
3924
candradimuka  1 (Lit.) a legendary crater from which infants immediately emerge as adults. 2 (Mil.) officer candidate training.
3925
candrasangkala    see  CANDRA 1.
3926
candu 1 opium (ready for use). 2 s.t. hallucinogenic or intoxicating, like a drug.
3927
candung   meat cleaver.
3928
cang-cing-cong    (Derog.) speak a China dialect.
3929
cangah    ter-cangah be opened wide, agape.
3930
cangak    1. men-cangak raise the head in order to see.  2. k.o. heronlike bird.
3931
cangap    1 notch end of a pole. 2 forked branch.
3932
canggah   1. two-pronged pole or branch. 2. (Java0 1) great-great-grandchild. 2 great-great-grandparent.
3933
canggai   1. long, decorative fingernail. 2. peanuts fried with a confectionery shell.
3934
canggi    /canggih/ sophisticated.
3935
canggung  1. 1) clumsy, awkward. 2). gauche, ill at ease, bashful. 3) ill-mannered, curt. 4) insufficient, inadequate.  2. half-submerged tree trunk.
3936
cangkang  eggshell.
3937
cangkat   (in some regions only) low hill.
3938
cangkel   stuck fast.
3939
cangkih-mangkih   stick out in all directions.
3940
cangkin   men-cangkin carry by the hand while walking.
3941
cangkir   1. cup, small mug. 2. spur (of a fowl, bird).
3942
cangklek  men-cangklek carry on the hips.
3943
cangklong k.o. pipe with curved stem.
3944
cangkok   see  CANGKUK 1.
3945
cangkrang 1 leafless branch. 2 cover of a battery lamp. 3 (Auto.) chassis.
3946
cangkriman    riddle, conundrum.
3947
cangkring k.o. tree.
3948
cangkruk  sit around doing  nothing.
3949
cangkuk   1. 1) shoot, cutting. 2) grafit, transplant. 3) false, imitation.  2. 1) elephant goad, gaff. 2) hook.  3. k.o. tree whose dried flowers provide a medicine. 4. preserved or pickled fish.
3950
cangkul   mattock, hoelike tool.
3951
cangkum   men-cangkum embrance, hug, clasp.
3952
cangkung  squat.
3953
cangkup   men-cangkup  eat by tossing food into the mouth with the hand.
3954
canguk    men-canguk sit with head bowed down.
3955
cangut    protrude, stick out (as of the hilt of a dagger from the sheath).
3956
cantas    (Java) sharp-tongued.
3957
cantel    (nyantel)  (Coll.) be hooked on s.t.
3958
cantengan whitlow.
3959
cantik    1 pretty, beautiful (in appearance). 2 (Sport) well executed (smash, goal, etc.).
3960
canting   1 small dipper used to apply wax in batik process. 2 bamboo water scoop.
3961
cantol    hook.
3962
cantrik   pupil, disciple (of Buddhist or Hindu guru).
3963
cantum    graft.
3964
cao   1. (China) run.  2. see  CINCAU.
3965
caos  see  SAUS.
3966
cap   1. 1) stamp, seal. 2) trademark, brand name. 3) printed. 4) quality, feature. 5) China seal.  2. sound of sharp instrument perforating a target. 3. (China) ten.
3967
capa  1. (calon perwira) senior military cadet's rank. 2. k.o. wild camphor plant. 3. game of heads or tails.
3968
capai 1. men-capai 1) reach out for and touch. 2) reach attain. 3) achieve, attain. 2. tired, exhausted, weary.
3969
capak 1. men-, memper- 1) slight, ignore. 2) take lightly, show disdain for. 2. men-, smack o.'s lips (while eating).  3. ter-campak  sit straddling s.t.
3970
capal k.o. sandal.
3971
capang    wide-spreading (of ears, nostrils, mustache, horns).
3972
capcai    (China)  1 stir-fried vegetables. 2 bodge-podge, mishmash.
3973
capeg (calon pegawai) candidate for civil service.
3974
capek see  CAPAI 2.
3975
capelok   see  CAPLOK.
3976
capeo (Ambon) hat.
3977
capgome,capgomek  celebration of 15 th day of the first China month.
3978
capik lame, paralyzed.
3979
capil k.o. broad sun hat made of palm or pandanus leaves.
3980
caping    head covering of woven bamboo of broad conical shape.
3981
capit tweezers. snap at, bite (of crabs).
3982
capita-selecta    (kapita selekta) anthology of selected topics.
3983
capjai    see  CAPCAI.
3984
capjiki   China card game with 12 cards or dice.
3985
caplak    1 dog flea. 2 skin blemish.
3986
caplok    snatch and swallow.
3987
capuk pockmarked.
3988
capung    dragonfly.
3989
cara  1 manner, mien. 2 style, fashion, tradition. 3 method.
3990
carah ber-carah  in small lots.
3991
carak 1. swallow in a gulp (such as sucking a raw egg, pouring water down o.'s throat, etc.). 2. begin to be visible (e.g., rising sun).
3992
caraka    1 enjoy, emissary. 2 (Lit.) messenger.
3993
carang    tendril.
3994
cari  look for.
3995
carik 1. 1) torn, ripped (of paper, cloth). 2) classifier for paper. 3) (ticket) stub, remnant, scrap. 2. chief clerk of a village.
3996
caring    lie in the sun.
3997
carok (Madura) duel to defend o,'s honor.
3998
carter    charter.
3999
caruk 1. 1) notch, indent. 2) tap (for rubber). 2. ravenous, gluttonous.
4000
carut obscene, filthy (of speech).
4001
cas   1 (Elec.) charge. 2 (Sumatra) charge (a battery). 3( (Sl.) eat.
4002
cas-cis-cus, cas-cus  (Coll.) chatter, prattle.
4003
casanova  (kasanofa) womanizer.
4004
casis (Auto) chassis.
4005
cassette  see  KASET.
4006
cat   1. 1) paint. 2) tint, tinge. 2. Charge ! (exclamation when attacking).
4007
catak horsefly.
4008
catat, catet  record, note .  .
4009
catok /catokan/ vise, clamp.
4010
catu  share, portion, ration.
4011
catuk 1. 1) peck at, nibble (of fowl). 2) rap, tap on. 3) hit, harm with the edge of a weapon. 4) cut into (a coconut). 5) a hammer. 2. 1) a spoonful. 2) contents of half a coconut shell. 3. ter-catuk sit with head bowed.
4012
catur 1. chess.  2. four (only in slogans, titles). 3. (Java) talk.
4013
caturangga    chessboard.
4014
caturisme political chess.
4015
catus see  CETUS.
4016
catut 1 tweezers. 2 tongs, pincers. 3 black marketer, scalper, corrupter.
4017
catutisme mental attitude characterized by efforts to make a profit from o.'s official position.
4018
caul  see  KAIN.
4019
caung sunken (face).
4020
cawak 1. leash  .2. dent.  ber-cawak  have a dimple.
4021
cawan cup (without handle).
4022
cawang    1. check mark. 2. see  CABANG.
4023
cawat loincloth, G-string.  ber-cawat wear a loincloth.
4024
cawe-cawe (Coll., Java) pry into, be a busybody.
4025
cawik handful.
4026
cawis prepare.
4027
cawisan   stock, materials that have been prepared.
4028
caya  see  CAHAYA.
4029
cb    (Citizens'  Band) citizens' band radio.
4030
cb.   (cabang) branch (of a firm, etc.).
4031
cc    cubic centimeter.
4032
cd    see  KERTAS.
4033
cebak dig,  mine.
4034
cebakan   1 mineral deposit. 2 mine.
4035
ceban (Jakarta, China) 10,000, in commercial transactions.
4036
cebar-cebur   sound of splashing.
4037
cebersam  see  CERBER.
4038
cebik men-cebik  extend lower lip as sign of derision.
4039
cebir 1. piece.  2. see CEBIK, CIBIR.
4040
cebis see  CEBIR 1.
4041
ceblek    men-ceblek slap lightly.
4042
cebok wash the genitals or anus with water after defecating or urinating.
4043
cebol dwarf.
4044
cebong    tadpole.
4045
cebur men-cebur 1 splash. 2 jump, plunge. 3 splash down (of astronaut).
4046
cecah se-cecah 1 a moment, awhile. 2 a little, a touch of, dash of.
4047
cecak 1. dot, spot, fleck. 2. men-cecah 1) pinch, tweak, nip. 2)  pick (pocket). 3. see  CICAK.
4048
cecap men-cecap taste, savor.
4049
cecar men-cecar bully, pester, cross-examine.
4050
cece  1. cubic centimeter, esp. in engine measurements.  2. see  CICIT 1,2,
4051
cecel chipped.
4052
ceceng    (Jakarta, China) 1,000, in commercial transactions.
4053
cecer spilled, scattered (in small quantities).
4054
cecincin  annular.
4055
cecok see  CEKCOK.
4056
cecuit    low hissing or hushing sound.
4057
cecunguk  1 (Sd) cockroach. 2 (Coll.) shady character, spy. 3 secret police.
4058
cecuping  auriculate.
4059
cecurut   shrew.
4060
cedal (Java) suffer from speech defect characterized by pronounciation of / r / as a tap or as / l /.
4061
cedera    1. disagreement, conflict, bickering. 2. 1) be flawed, defective. 2) injury. 3. 1) traitorous, faithless, untrustworthy. 2)murder through treachery.  4. see  CANDRA 1,2.
4062
ceding    small, scrubby, undersized (of plants, fruits, etc.).
4063
cedok (Jakarta) dipper. men-cedok 1 scoop up (of sand, etc.). 2 dip up, ladle out (liquids).
4064
cedong    see  CEDOK.
4065
ceduk shrunken (of cheeks), sunken (of eyes).
4066
cedut-cedut   slight twitching feeling, low-level pain in an infection.
4067
cegah say s.t. by way of prohibition.
4068
cegak-cegak   strong and active, vigorous, robust.
4069
cegat men-cegat  1 hail (taxi), flag down. 2 way lay, hold up.
4070
ceguk gulp.
4071
cegukan   (Coll.) hiccup.
4072
cek   1. (Fin.) check. 2. examine, check out.  3. see  ENCIK.
4073
cek cek cek   sound of pieces of metal striking e.o.
4074
cekah split open.
4075
cekak 1. se-cekak a pinch, what can be seized between finger and thumb.  2. 1) short. 2) insufficient, inadequate. 3) too narrow, tight (of clothes). 4) rude, coarse (behavior). 3. fight.
4076
cekakak   (cekikik)  sound of laughter, giggles.
4077
cekal stalwart, gallant.
4078
cekalang  see  CAKALANG.
4079
cekam 1.dibble.  2. see CENGKAM.
4080
cekap 1. fight. 2. see  CAKAP 1.
4081
cekatan   adroit, deft, adept.
4082
cekau men-cekau grasp, seize.
4083
cekcok    quarrel, squabble, bicker, fall out.
4084
cekek see  CEKIK.
4085
cekel stingy, miserly.
4086
ceker 1 foot (esp. of birds). 2 claw.
4087
cekeram   see  CENGKERAM.
4088
ceki  k.o. China card game.
4089
cekibar   flying lizard.
4090
cekik men-cekik  strangkle, choke, throttle.
4091
cekikik   sound of a giggle.
4092
ceking    1 thin, slender, wasted. 2 frugal, economical.
4093
cekit cekit-cekit  small pricking pain. men-cekit nibble at, peck at.
4094
ceklek    see  CEKLIK.
4095
cekli small and attractive (of house and furnishings).
4096
ceklik    1 sound of clicking. 2 (Ling.). click.
4097
ceko  Czech.
4098
cekok medicine forcibly given.
4099
cekoslowakia  Czechoslovakia.
4100
cekot-cekot   throbbing pain in head.
4101
ceku  men-ceku prick, dent (with fingernail).
4102
cekuh men-cekuh  search (in o.'s pocket).
4103
cekuk 1. niche, depression in surface. 2. see  CEKOK.
4104
cekukan   1) notch (in coconut trunk for a foothold). 2) thumb index (of a dictionary).
4105
cekukrak-cekukruk 1 in bad health (of chickens). 2 listless, not feeling up to doing anything.
4106
cekung    1 sunken (of cheeks). 2 concave.
4107
cekup 1. men-cekup  seize with closed hand ( a fly, etc.). 2. see  CEKUT.
4108
cekur k.o. small cultivated plant of gingger family used as medicine.
4109
cekut men-cekut pick up with fingertips.
4110
cel   (sel) battery cell.
4111
cela  1. 1) defect, flaw, blemish. 2) shortcoming, failing. 3) disgrace, shame. 2. see  CELAH.
4112
celad see  CEDAL.
4113
celadi    woodpecker.
4114
celaga    (Naut.) helm, tiller (of boat).
4115
celah gap, space, fissure, rift, slot.
4116
celak k.o. cosmetic used to blacken eyelid.
4117
celaka    1 misfortune. 2 bad luck, unlucky. 3 dammit !, darn it !
4118
celam-celum   1 go in and out of a house. 2 unsure, uncertain.
4119
celampak  men-celampak(kan) fling, hurl, throw away.
4120
celana    trousers, pants.
4121
celang    men-celang stare (with eyes wide open).
4122
celangak  wide open (of a door, etc.).
4123
celangap  agape, wide open (of the mouth.
4124
celapak   men-celapak-i straddle.
4125
celas-celos   go in and out of (a house).
4126
celat men-celat  jump far, jump high.
4127
celatuk   ber-celatuk  chat, joke, gossip.
4128
celebuk   sound of a stone hitting water, splashing sound.
4129
celekeh   1 stain, blemish, spot. 2 dirty, soiled.
4130
celekit   (nyelekit) hurting o.'s feelings.
4131
celemek   (Coll.) apron.
4132
celemot   crumbs or lefttovers from eating.
4133
celempung k.o. zitherlike musical instrument.
4134
celeng    1 wild boar. 2 pig. 3 (Derog.) jerk.
4135
celengan  1 savings. 2 money box, piggy bank.
4136
celengkang-celengkok  1 winding, twisting. 2 bent.
4137
celentang lie face up.
4138
celep dye.
4139
celepik   1 sound of a small object falling. 2 tick.
4140
celepok   /celepuk/ 1. 1) sound of a fall, thud, plop. 2) fall with thud or plop.  2. k.o. owl.
4141
celetuk   say s.t. abruptly.
4142
celi  1 keen, sharp-eyed. 2 careful, precise.
4143
celik 1 open (of eyes). 2 see.
4144
celingak-celinguk look around in a dazed way.
4145
celingukan    look around in a dazed way.
4146
celis men-celis chop up, cut in bits.
4147
cello (selo)   cello.
4148
celomes   1 ail, suffer chronically. 2 fussy, hard to please, finicky.
4149
celomok   pockmarked (of face).
4150
celopar   1 fussy, finicky. 2 talkative, garrulous.
4151
celoreng  menceloreng 1 gash, cut. 2 mark with a strip or slash.
4152
celoteh   empty talk.
4153
celsius   see  SELSIUS.
4154
celung    1. sunken (of eyes), hollow (of cheeks).  2. narrow corral for elephants, water buffalo.
4155
celung-celang jingle, tinkle.
4156
celup men-celup(kan) 1 dip, immerse.  2 dye.
4157
celupak   (Java) oil lamp without a chimney.
4158
celupar   see  CELOPAR.
4159
celur immersion into boiling liquid.
4160
celurit   see  CLURIT.
4161
celurut   musk shrew.
4162
celus 1 loose fitting (of rings, clothing, etc.). 2 slip through, get through.
4163
celutak   willing to eat anything.
4164
celutak   willing to eat anything.
4165
celutuk   k.o. sandpiper or plover.
4166
cema  accuse.
4167
cemar 1 dirty, soiled, filthy. 2 besmirched, blackened (name, etc.).
4168
cemara    1. casuarina tree. 2. long switch of hair or wig  twisted into chignon.
4169
cemas 1 worried, disturbed, apprehensive,frightened. 2. discouraged.
4170
cemat pull (boat).
4171
cemberut  sullen, glum, morose.
4172
cembul    small metal box for tobacco.
4173
cembung   1 chubby (of cheeks). 2 dome-shaped.  men-cembung curve.
4174
cembur    see  CEBUR.
4175
cemburu   1 jealous. 2 envious.
4176
cemeeh    jeer, insult. men-cemeeh(kan) ridicule.
4177
cemeh 1.  1) blind on o. side. 2)  blind but with eyelids open.  2. card game.
4178
cemekian,cemengkian   k.o. croton tree (seeds used for purges and abortifacients).
4179
cemer see  CEMEH 1.
4180
cemerlang 1 sparkle, shine, gleam, glisten. 2 bright, gleaming, dazzling.
4181
cemerut   see  CEMBERUT.
4182
cemeti    whip.
4183
cemil se- cemil  a little bit.
4184
cemomot   dirty (of face).
4185
cemong    1 dirty, soiled. 2 scratched (face).
4186
cemooh    see  CEMUH.
4187
cempaka   1 k.o tropical manolia, champac. 2 frangipani (and other similar flowering shrubs.
4188
cempakul  k.o. fish with protruding eyes.
4189
cempedak  k.o. tree similar to jackfruit.
4190
cempelung see  CEMPLUNG.
4191
cempera   k.o. seashore shrub.
4192
cemperling    k.o. small bird.
4193
cempiang  rowdy, roughneck, ruffian, hoodlum.
4194
cemping   rag, piece of ripped-off cloth.
4195
cemplak   men-cemplak kick a horse to make it go, step on the starter of a motorcycle.
4196
cemplang  bland.
4197
cemplung  1 sound of a splash. 2 plunge into water.
4198
cempoa    see  SEMPOA.
4199
cempolong plastic piping  for sanitation, insulation, etc.
4200
cempor    k.o. wall lamp with chimney.
4201
cempreng  shrill (of voice).
4202
cempung   sound of a splash.
4203
cemuh 1 insult, taunt. 2 ridicule.
4204
cemuk 1. shaft. 2. shake (stick). men-cemuk hit (with stick). 3. pod (of legumes). 4. cemuk, cemung large metal cup for drinking.
4205
cenangau  k.o. insect.
4206
cenangga  congenital defect, deformity.
4207
cenangkas k.o. straight-edged sword.
4208
cenayang  medium, spiritualist.
4209
cencala   k.o. bird.
4210
cencaluk  k.o. condiment made of fermented, raw shrimp.
4211
cencang   see  CINCANG.
4212
cencaru   k.o. fish, horse mackerel.
4213
cencong   see  CINGCONG.
4214
cendala   low, base, mean.
4215
cendana   yellow sandalwood.
4216
cendawan  1 mushroom, toadstool. 2 fungus, mildew, mold.
4217
cendekia  1 learned, educated. 2 clever, shrewd.
4218
cendekiawan   1 an intellectual. 2 the educated (class).
4219
cenderamata   souvenir or memento (esp. exchanged or oresented on official visits).
4220
cenderawasih  bird of paradise.
4221
cenderung 1 inclined, lean, disposed.  2 sloping, leaning.
4222
cendol    1 small, doughy rice-flour droplets used in cold drinks. 2 a beverage made with such droplets.
4223
cendong   k.o. children's guessing game with pantuns.
4224
cenela    embroidered slippers or sandals.
4225
ceng  syrup, molasses.
4226
ceng-ceng (Bali) k.o.  cymbals.
4227
cengal    k.o. large hardwood tree yielding commercial timber.
4228
cengam    men-cengam snap at, seize with mouth or beak (as dog, crocodile, etc.).
4229
cengang   surprised, astonished,amazed.
4230
cengap    men-cengap 1 snap at. 2 gape, pant (for breath).
4231
cengar-cingir grin foolishly, grimace.
4232
cengbeng  (China) grave-cleaning festival.
4233
cengeng   1 whine, be a crybaby, snivel. 2 terful, sentimental, overly emotional.
4234
cengengesan   (Java) cengenges-an  1 jeering, sneering at, ridiculing. 2 smile sheepishly.
4235
cenger    very young (of infants about 1-2 months old), crying stage.
4236
cengger   see  JENGGER.
4237
cenggereng    grated coconut or onions fried for use in cooking.
4238
cenggeret k.o. locust.
4239
cenggo    (China) 1,500 in business transactions.
4240
cengir    wry smile, grin.  (nyengir) 1 (Jakarta) grimace, expression made by screwing up o.'s face. 2 smile sheepishly.
4241
cengis    1 bad odor or taste. 2 loathsome, nauseating.
4242
cengkah   quarrel.
4243
cengkal   1. unit of length  (about 3.75 m.).  2. a framelike device worn to keep o.'s sarong from touching his healing circumcision wound.
4244
cengkam   grip, squeeze, hold. men-cengkam 1 seize, grasp. 2 ingrown (of toenail). 3 gripping, tenacious, engrossing.
4245
cengkar   fallow, barren (land).
4246
cengkaruk fried sticky  rice for use in confection.
4247
cengkat   stand on o.'s heels.
4248
cengkau   1. middleman, broker. 2. see  CEKAU.
4249
cengke    /cengkeh/ see  CENGKIH.
4250
cengkelong    men-cengkelong  withdraw (money).
4251
cengkeram grip, hold.  men-cengkeram  1 hold firmly (into o.'s hands). 2 firmly grip.
4252
cengkerama    chat, talk.
4253
cengkerawak   k.o. bird, yellow-crowned bulbul.
4254
cengkerik see  JANGKRIK 1.
4255
cengki    run of luck in cards.
4256
cengkih   1 clove. 2 (Crd.) club. ber-cengkih  spiced  with cloves.
4257
cengking  yelping, squealing (of  a  dog).
4258
cengkir   half-ripe coconut.
4259
cengkok   1. crooked, twisted, bent.  2. leaf monkey.
4260
cengkol   twisted, bent.
4261
cengkong  deformed, misshapen.
4262
cengkung  1. hollow, sunken (of eyes, cheeks). 2. yapping, barking, yelping. 3. ber-cengkung  squat.
4263
cengkur   see  CEKUR.
4264
cengli    (China) reasonable, logical.
4265
cengor    (Madura) see  CINGUR.
4266
centadu   see  BELALANG 1.
4267
centang   centang-perenang/perentang  in total disarray, in a mess.
4268
centel    see  CANTEL.
4269
centeng   1 guard, watchman. 2 foreman on private land. 3 hired thug, hit-man.
4270
centerik  see  CANTRIK.
4271
centet    1 stunted, runty (in growth). 2 shrunken. 3 economical.
4272
centil    coquettish.
4273
centong   1 rice ladle. 2 dipper with handle.  men-centong  ladle out, scoop out (rice).
4274
centung   1 lock, tuft of hair. 2 tuft, crest (of bird).
4275
cenung    ter-cenung stunned into silent pondering.
4276
cep   1. silent, quiet, sudden silence. 2. see  CP.
4277
cepak smacking (of lips).
4278
cepat fast, speedy, quick.
4279
cepek 1 (Jakarta, China) 100, in commercial transactions.  cepek-ceng  100,000.  2 k.o. motorcycle with 100 cc. gas tank.
4280
cepekceng see  CEPEK.
4281
cepeng    half a cent.
4282
cepengan  cheap, not worth much.
4283
ceper shallow and rimmed (of bowl, saucer).
4284
cepet see  CEPAT.
4285
cepiau    hat (of kind worn by stationmasters).
4286
cepit 1. men-cepit sandwich between, jam.  2. see  SEPIT.
4287
ceplas-ceplos 1 speak out frangkly. 2 speak uninhibitedly.
4288
ceplek    gambling.
4289
ceplok    1. circle-shaped. 2. sound of stamping feet.
4290
ceplos    men-ceplos-kan blurt out.  ceplos-an uninhibited comment.
4291
ceplukan  (ceplu'an) k.o. cherry tomato that grows on bush.
4292
ceplus    men-ceplus  press.
4293
cepol 1 come off (of a handle). 2 break off. 3 broken, damaged.  men-cepol  strike, hit.
4294
ceprat-ceprot sound of pounding (in a small mortar, etc.).
4295
cepret    sound of clicking (cameras, etc.), sound of squashing (an insect).
4296
cepu, cepuk   1. wooden or metal box (for betel, etc..  2. tube.
4297
cepung    1 sound of a splash. 2 splash.
4298
cerabut   uproot.
4299
ceracah   sound or rain, brooks, etc.  men-ceracah  babble (brook), drum (rain).
4300
ceracap   cymbal, castanets.
4301
ceracau   babble, prattle.
4302
cerah 1 bright and clear. 2 sharp (of a photo).
4303
cerai 1 divorce. 2 separate.
4304
ceraka    1. a stand on which clothes are laid for fuming with incense. 2. see  CARAKA.
4305
cerakin   (Lit.) small chest with compartments for medicinal herbs.
4306
ceramah   1 extracurricular lecture, talk, speech. 2 talkative, communicative, sociable.
4307
cerana    metal container for betel-chewing paraphernalia.
4308
cerancang ber-cerancang(an) prickly, thorny.
4309
ceranggah ber-, men-  1 forked, branched. 2 prickly, thorny.
4310
cerap men-cerap 1 note, observe. 2 show interest in. 3 sense, apprehend, respond.
4311
cerat 1 faucet, spigot, tap, nozzle. 2 pour through a spout. 3 drain or draw off (liquids).
4312
ceratuk   ber-, men-ceratuk  sit with head bowed slightly.
4313
cerau sound of a heavy downpour.
4314
cerawat   rocket.
4315
cerbak    not squeamish, willing to eat anything.
4316
cerber    (cerita bersambung) serialized story.
4317
cerbergam see  CERGAM.
4318
cerca 1 a censure, reprimand. 2 derision. 3 scorn, disdain.
4319
cercah    se-cercah a slight s.t.
4320
cercak    slightly pockmarked.
4321
cercap    men-cercap  flop about, squirm (as fish out of water).
4322
cerdas    1 intelligent, educated. 2 shrewd, clever. 3 mentally agile.
4323
cerdet    (cerita detektif) detective story.
4324
cerdik    1 smart, clever, bright. 2 cunning, shrewd, tricky.
4325
cerecak   1 slightly spotted, lightly pockmarked.  2. see  CICAK.
4326
cerecat   sound of chirping.
4327
cereceh   sound of a chirping house lizard.  ber-cereceh  make a chirping noise.
4328
cerecek   k.o. freshwater fish.
4329
cerecis   sound of sizzling and hissing.
4330
cerek 1 kettle. 2 watering can.
4331
ceremai   see  CERMAI.
4332
cerempung see  CELEMPUNG.
4333
cerenah   see  CERNA.
4334
ceret diarhea.
4335
cerewet   1 fussy, finicky, hard to please.  2 sharp-tongued.
4336
cergam    (cerita bergambar)  story in comic strip form.
4337
cergas    enterprising, active, energetic.
4338
ceri  cherry.
4339
ceria 1. 1) pure, clean, cleaned. 2) cloudless. 3) cheerful. 2. (Lit.) oaths and formulas read at the installation of a king.
4340
cericip   sound of chirping or chatter (of birds).
4341
cericit   sound of chicks.
4342
ceriga    see  CURIGA.
4343
ceringis  wide grin.
4344
ceriping  see  CRIPING.
4345
cerita    /ceritera/ story, account, narrative, tale, yarn.
4346
ceriwis   talkative when o. should not talk, open o.'s big fat mouth.
4347
cerkas    see  CERGAS.
4348
cerkau    men-cerkau grab at. cerkau-an  a grab, snatch.
4349
cerkrim   (cerita kriminal) detective story, murder mystery.
4350
cerlang   bright, gleaming.
4351
cerlih    see  TUPAI.
4352
cerling   men-cerling  1 ogle. 2 look at from the corner of the eye.
4353
cermai    k.o. small red fruit often candied.
4354
cermat    1 accurate, precise, punctilious. 2 careful, prudent, cautious, frugal. 3 neat, orderly, conscientious.
4355
cermin    1 mirror. 2 shining example, examplar
4356
cerna 1 disgested, absorbed, assimilated. 2 dissolved.
4357
cernak    (cerita anak) children's story.
4358
ceroboh   1 improper, indecent, immoral. 2 cruel, merciless. 3 untidy, careless, sloppy, messy.
4359
cerobong  1 chimney, smokestack. 2 ship's funnel.
4360
cerocok   1. funnel, spout. 2. 1) palisade at sea's edge, landing stage, berthing area. 2 breakwater.
4361
cerocos   see  CROCOS.
4362
cerompong see  CEROPONG.
4363
ceronggah see  CERANGGAH.
4364
ceropong  muzzle of gun, mouth of cannon.
4365
cerpelai  mongoose.
4366
cerpen    (cerita pendek) short story.
4367
cerpenis  short story writer.
4368
cerpu k.o. sandal.
4369
cersil    (cerita silat) martial arts stories.
4370
certa (Geol.) chert.
4371
cerucuk   see  CEROCOK 1.
4372
cerucup   pointed, tapering, funnel, shaped.
4373
cerucut   cone.
4374
ceruh completely milled (rice).
4375
ceruk 1 hole, cleft, niche. 2 cranny, nook. 3 compartment (in drawer, etc.). 4 shaft (in a mine). 5 lane, path.
4376
cerup 1 sound of sucking in water. 2 sound of a small object falling.
4377
cerurut   see  CELURUT.
4378
cerut wind around tightly, squeeze, constrict (as of a snake).
4379
cerutu    cigar, cheroot.
4380
cespleng  cure instantly, provide instant relief.
4381
cet   see  CAT 1.
4382
cetak mold, form, cast, matrix.
4383
cetakan   edition or printing.
4384
cetar-ceter   sound of gunshots, fireworks.
4385
cetek 1. 1) shallow (river. etc.). 2)  superficial, shallow.  2. sound of a click.  men-cetek-an click on (a switch).
4386
ceteng    men-ceteng  carry by hand.
4387
ceter see  CETAR-CETER.
4388
cetet see  CETEK.
4389
ceti  1. Indians, often merchants, from Coromandel or Malabar.  2.  1) moneylender (often at high rate of interest). 2) pimp, procuress.
4390
cetiao    /cetiau/ (Jakarta, China) o. million, in commercial transaction.
4391
cetit small pinch, impression made on skin by a  rough surface.
4392
cetok 1. 1) k.o. large China hat. 2) European style hat, pith helmet.  2. sound of a valve in an engine.
4393
cetrek    sound of a switch, a clicking noise.
4394
cetus 1 sound of s.t. being struck against stone. 2 say s.t. unexpected,  unrelated to previous discourse
4395
ceuk  see  ACEUK.
4396
cewang    not clear, clouded.
4397
cewek (Sl.) girl, gal.
4398
cewir see  CEBIR 1.
4399
cewok see  CEBOK.
4400
cgmi  (Central Gerakan Mahasiswa Indonesia)  left wing student organization (pre-1965).
4401
chrom, chroom see  KHROM.
4402
chrysant  (krisan)  chrysanthemum.
4403
chudancho (Japanese) military rank in Indonesian auxiliary units during Japanese occupation.
4404
chusetsu  (Japanese) submission to the fatherland.
4405
ci    1) 1/10 of a tahil or 2/15 of an ounce.  duit-ci   k.o China coin with a square hole in the middle.  2) a measure of weight used in illicit drug deals.
4406
ciak  1. cheep, sound of birds and chicks. 2. k.o. bird. 3. (China) eat.
4407
ciaka (China) barefooted.
4408
ciaklat, cialat   (China) Uh-oh ! Troubles !
4409
ciami, ciamik 1 handsome, beautiful. 2 (China of good quality.
4410
ciap  see  CIAK 1.
4411
ciar  men-ciar-ciar  bawling, squalling (of babies).
4412
ciat  en garde ! (sound made when attacking in martial arts).
4413
ciat-ciut sound of creaking or squeaking.
4414
cibir men-cibir curl o.'s lips.
4415
cibuk (Java) dipper.
4416
cicak k.o. small house lizard.
4417
cicik 1. men-cicik  1) whistle (of water boiling). 2) flow (of sweat). 2. affectionate form of adress and reference for o.'s elder sister.
4418
cicil men-cicil  pay in installments.
4419
cicip 1. men-cicip 1) taste (during prepartion of food). 2) sip at, eat (a bit).  2. sound of birds, chicks, etc.  men-cicip chirp, twitter, cheep.
4420
cicir see  CECER.
4421
cicit 1. great-grandchild, great-great-grandchild.  2. sound of an animal squeaking. squeak (of mouse, etc.). 2) tweet (of canary).
4422
cidera    see  CEDERA 1,2.
4423
ciduk 1. (Coll.) men-ciduk arrest.  ciduk-an detention.  2. see  CEDOK.
4424
cigak k.o. monkey.
4425
cih   exclamation of scorn, disgust, disapproval.
4426
cihui whoopee! (exclamation of delight).
4427
cik   1. get out ! shoo !  2. see  ENCIK.  3. see  CI. 4. see  TACI, CICIK 2.
4428
cikal (Java) young coconut.
4429
cikal bakal   see  CAKAL-BAKAL.
4430
cikalan   remnants (of cloth, cake, tin can, etc.).
4431
cikar k.o. two-wheeled  bullock cart.
4432
cikrak    1. 1) waste basket. 2) dustpan. 2. see  JINGKLAK.
4433
cikutan   hiccup.
4434
cilaka    see  CELAKA.
4435
cilap ter-cilap-cilap  flicker.
4436
cili  (Ambon) chili.
4437
cilik,cilikan (Java) little, small (esp. of children).
4438
ciling    see  CELENG.
4439
cilok men-cilok  1 steal, pilfer. 2 pick pockets.
4440
ciluk-ba, cilup-ba    peekaboo (exclamation to babies).
4441
cim   see  ENCIM.
4442
cimplung  food prepared by boiling with sap or juice that is being boiled down for sugar.
4443
cina  (us. Derog.) China, Chinese.  Pe-china(n)  Chinatown.
4444
cina buta the intermediate husband which a thrice-divorced Muslim woman must have before remarrying her original husband.
4445
cinafikasi    (Derog.) sinicization.
4446
cinangga  deformed.
4447
cincai    (China) not important, it does not matter.
4448
cincang   hack, chop, mince.
4449
cincau    1 k.o. gelatin used in cool drinks. 2 drink made from this gelatin. 3 k.o. plant the leaves of which are used to produce this gelatin.
4450
cincin    1 ring. 2 washer for bolts, faucets, etc.
4451
cincing   men-cincing  rise up (of skirt, pants). men-cincing-kan  raise up (clothing) for s.o.
4452
cincoang  k.o. bird, blue shortwing.
4453
cincong   see  CINGCONG.
4454
cincu boat owner, ship's captain.
4455
cindai, cinde k.o. elaborately dyed cloth.
4456
cindil    baby mouse.
4457
cindur mata   1 sweetheart. 2 souvenir.
4458
cinematografis    cinematographic.
4459
cingah    see  CINGANGAH.
4460
cingam    k.o. small tree found in mangrove swamps.
4461
cingangah starled, surprised.
4462
cingbing  see  CENGBENG.
4463
cingcai   see  CINCAI.
4464
cingcong  ado, fuss.
4465
cingge    (China) parade featuring floats and pantomimes.
4466
cingkeh   see  CENGKIH.
4467
cingur    cartilage and meat of the nostrils and ears of cattle (often used in salads).
4468
cinkolim  (Cina Kolonis Imperialis) Colonialist Imperialist China.
4469
cinse see  SINSE.
4470
cinta 1 love, affection. 2 love s.o. 3 have a great interest in. 4 (Lit.) sorrow, regret.
4471
cintrong  (Sl.) love.
4472
cintuh    see  SENTUH.
4473
ciongsam  see  CONGSAM.
4474
cip   1. sound of cheeping. 2. (Sport) a chip (golf).
4475
cipan Malay tapir.
4476
ciplak    1. (Java) ny-(ciplak) chew s.t. noisily. 2. see  JIPLAK.
4477
ciplukan  k.o. weed.
4478
cipoa 1. (coll.) cheat, deceive. 2. see  SEMPOA.
4479
cipok (Coll.) kiss.
4480
ciprat    splash.
4481
cipta 1 creative force, creative power. 2 thought, idea.
4482
ciptakarya    directorate of housing, planning, and urban development.
4483
ciput 1 (Coll., Vulg.) female genitalia.  2. see  SIPUT.
4484
circir    small bell.
4485
ciri  1. 1) feature, characteristic. 2) identifying mark, earmark. 3) (Ling.) feature. 4) have a defect, marked by not being good.  2. (Lit.) words (of fidelity) read at the installation of a ruler.
4486
cirit 1 diarhea. 2 sediment.
4487
cis   1. exclamation of disgust, bah !  2. k.o. light rifle.
4488
cit   squeak (of mouse, baby bird).
4489
cita  1. feeling, sentiment.  2.  see   KAIN.
4490
citra image.  Citra  name of the annual film festival awards.
4491
cituk men-cituk  snatch.
4492
ciu   intoxicating distilled beverage.
4493
cium  1 smell. 2 kiss.
4494
ciut  1. 1) shrunk(en), shriveled. 2) narrow, tight.  2. sound of squeaking.
4495
ck-ck-ck  representation of) a smacking of the tongue tip, an exclamation of astonishment and often disapproval.
4496
claim insurance claim.
4497
clash (kles) 1 dutch attacks on Indonesian territory in 1947 and 1948.  2 (Coll. ) conflict, disagreement.
4498
cleguk    sound of swallowing liquid.
4499
clik  men-clik snip.
4500
clila-clili   (Java) flustered, embarrassed.
4501
clingak-clinguk   (Java) look bewildered.
4502
clingus   (Java) bashful but coy.
4503
clola-clolo   (Java) act stupid.
4504
clupak    see  CELUPAK.
4505
clurit    k.o. sickle (often used as weapon).
4506
clurut    see  CELURUT.
4507
cm.   (sentimeter)  centimeter.
4508
coaching  (kocing) (Coll.) directions given before a speech, etc.
4509
coan  (China) gain a profit.
4510
coang ber-(an), men- protrude, stick up.
4511
coba  (cobak)  1 try, make an attempt. 2 try s.t. out. 3 (Coll.) please (with a request to a person on equal or lower footing). 4 (Coll.) just imagine, try considering. 5 (Coll.) just try, let us see you prove (in challenge). 6 (Coll.) if, supposing.
4512
cobak-cabik   all torn up.
4513
coban k.o. broad, coarse needle for making nets, etc.
4514
cobar-cabir   see CABIR.
4515
cobek 1. mortar (for braying condiments). 2. see  SOBEK.
4516
coblong   small hole.
4517
coblos    men-coblos 1 perforate, punch. 2 vote by punching ballot.
4518
cocakrawa see  CUCAK  RAWA.
4519
cocok 1. 1) agree, tally, jibe. 2) correct, exact. 3) come true. 4) like, be agreeable. 5) compatible (people, colors, etc.). 6) suitable. 2. 1) pin, needle. 2) skewer.
4520
cocol 1. men-cocol  extend, thrust out, protrude.  2. men-cocol  1) dip with finger. 2) eat ravenously.  men-cocok-an stick in, insert.
4521
cocor men-cocor 1 hit with o.'s fist. 2 kick (a ball) with the tip of the foot.
4522
cocor bebek   k.o. flower.
4523
cocot 1 mouth of animals. 2 (Vulg.) human mouth.
4524
codak men-codak hold up (of head).
4525
codet scar (on face).
4526
codot k.o. fruit-eating bat.
4527
coel  men-coel 1 touch with the tip of thefinger. 2 reprimand, rebuke, admonish.
4528
cogan 1emblem. 2 standard, ensign.
4529
cogok 1. 1) be erect, vertical. 2) appear, occur. 2. k.o. taper lamp made from empty bottle.
4530
cokek k.o. China-Jakarta  dance show.
4531
cokelat   see  COKLAT.
4532
coker scratch around for food.
4533
coket take  a small piece.
4534
coklak-caklik sound of clicking.
4535
coklat    1 brown. 2 chocolate. 3 cocoa.
4536
cokmar    (Lit.) club, cudgel.
4537
cokok men-cokok seize, catch (chicken, fish, etc.).
4538
cokol ber-cokol  1 settle, reside. 2 squat. 3 be in existence s.w., extant.  men-cokol-i  dominate s.t.
4539
cokot (nyokot)  take a large bite out of s.t.
4540
cola-cala, cola-colo  talk nonsense.
4541
colak-caling  in disarray.
4542
colak-colek   touch lightly, pinch lightly.
4543
colang-caling in disorder.
4544
colek touch lightly with the fingertips and pinch.
4545
colembeng 1.columbine. 2 k.o. pastry like lady fingers.
4546
coleng    men-coleng  hold up, steal by force, rip off.   pen-coleng  thief.
4547
colet se-colet  a bit.  men-colet-kan daub, smear.
4548
collecte  (kolekte)   collection (at church).
4549
colok 1. 1) piece of cloth dipped in oil and used as a light. 2) fuse, wick.  2. men-, meny-  striking, glaring.  3. men-  poke with finger, poke finger into s.t.
4550
colong    (Jakarta, Java) men-, ny-  steal.
4551
colot men-colot  spring, leap, jump (like a frog).
4552
colt  (kol) a brand of light pick-up truck frequently rebuilt as a minibus and used as a passenger vehicle.
4553
comat-comot   pick in a variety of ways.
4554
comberan  drainage ditch, sewer.
4555
combi (kombi)  k.o. minibus.
4556
comblang  1 matchmaker, go-between. 2 (Sl.) pimp, procurer.
4557
combol    see  TOMBOL.
4558
combong   see  KECUBUNG 1.
4559
combor    horse feed (grass, rice bran and rice husks mixed with water).
4560
comek 1. small goatee just beneath the lower lip.  2. k.o. cuttlefish.
4561
comel 1. gumbling, nagging. 2. (Lit.) 1) dainty, exquisite. 2) winsome, pretty.
4562
comite    see  KOMITE.
4563
comot 1. grimy, dirty, filthy. 2.
4564
compang-camping   in tatters, frayed, ragged.
4565
compeng   torn on the edge.
4566
compes    chipped, jagged on the edge (chinaware, etc.).
4567
concong   men-concong  go forward without turning around.
4568
conderong see   CENDERUNG.
4569
condong   1 leaning, inclining to o. side.  2 inclined, sympathetic. 3 set. 4 off, insane.
4570
conefo    (Conference of the New Emerging Force) 3d world organization created by Sukarno.
4571
conet upturned.   men-conet  turn upward (of moustache, tail, etc.).
4572
cong  menge-cong  brew tea.
4573
congak    men-congak  1 raise o.'s head, hold o,'s head high. 2 calculate in o.'s head. 3 dictate mathematics problems.
4574
congek    1 deaf. 2 inflamed (of the eare).
4575
congget   ter-congget-congget  move up and down (of tail, etc.).
4576
conggok   erect.  men-conggok stand or sit erect.
4577
congkah   congkah-cangkih  stick out at an angle, uneven, irregular.
4578
congkak   1. proud, arrogant, snooty. 2. 1) cowrie shell. 2) k.o. board game with receptacles often played with shells as tokens.
4579
congkar-cangkir   protruding everywhere.
4580
congkel   see  CUNGKIL.
4581
congklak  see  CONGKAK 2.
4582
congklang sound of galloping hooves.
4583
congkong  1 guard house, sentry post.  2. men-congkong  squat.
4584
congkrah  (Java) quarrel.
4585
congok    see  CONGGOK.
4586
congol    men-congol  stick out suddenly (through a small hole).
4587
congor    (Java) snout, muzzle.
4588
congsam   k.o. sleeveless, high-collared China dress.
4589
container (kontener)  container (as in shipping).
4590
containerisasi    (kontenerisasi) changing over to shipping by containers.
4591
conteng   smear, stain, blemish.
4592
contoh    1 specimen, sample. 2 model.  3 pattern, design. 4 example.
4593
contong   cone-shaped container made from papper or banana leaf.
4594
cop   1. 1) electric plug or socket. 2) lightbulb socket.  2. see  CUP 1.
4595
copet pickpocket.
4596
coplok    1 come loose, break off. 2 detached, apart.
4597
coplot    see  COPLOK.
4598
copot 1 dislodged. 2 broken off, detached, loosened. 3 Gracious ! (exclamation of surprise, somewhat effeminate).
4599
cor   men-cor  1 cast, found. 2 pour concrete.
4600
corak 1 design, motif, pattern. 2 color. 3 stripe (of flag). 4 type, from. 5 feature, characteristic, color.
4601
corak-carik   in tatters, in shreds.
4602
corat-coret   1 rough (of draft, sketch). 2  first draft (of composition). 3 scrawled.
4603
corek 1 long line, scratch. 2 streak.
4604
coreng    1 scratch, streak. 2 smear.
4605
coret 1 scratch. 2 streak, smear.
4606
coro  1 (Java) cockroach. 2 (Derog.) creep, bum.
4607
corong    1) funnel (for bottles, etc.). 2) shaft (for ventilation), funnel (ship). 3) microphone, megaphone. 4) mine shaft.
4608
corot spout, nozzle (of watering can).
4609
corps (koreps) corps.
4610
cotok beak, bill.  men-cotok  peck at.
4611
cowboy    (koboi) 1 cowboy. 2 rough, rowdy.
4612
cowek see  COBEK 1.
4613
cowok (Coll.) young fellow, guy, boyfriend.
4614
cp    (cep)  (representation of) sound made by  smacking tongue and closing lips, used to calm children.
4615
cpm   (Corps Polisi Militer) Military Police.
4616
cq    (ceki) (casu quo)  (Leg.) in this case.
4617
crat  1 sound of s.t. squirting. 2 shit ! strong exlamation of disapproval.  crat-cret  1 emission of feces in diarrhea. 2 go to the bathroom frequently.
4618
cret  see  CRAT, CERET.
4619
cring sound of jingling.
4620
criping   fried cassava chips.
4621
crocos    rattle on.  ny- (Coll.) talk glibly and fast.
4622
crongos   buck-toothed. ny- sticking out, growing outward.
4623
crop-crop sound of metal pieces hitting e.o.
4624
crossboy  (krosboi) punk, delinquent.
4625
cruat-cruit   talk in large groups all at once.
4626
cs    (cum suis) and associates.
4627
cuaca weather.
4628
cuai  insignificant, unimportant, trivial.
4629
cuap  (Coll.) talk.
4630
cuar, cuat    1) stick up high, project upward. 2) stretch out o.'s legs. 3) stick out, be too visible.
4631
cuat-cuit see  CRUAT-CRUIT.
4632
cubit pinch between forefinger and thumb.
4633
cublik    k.o. oil lamp with chimney and reflector.
4634
cubung    see  KECUBUNG 1.
4635
cubung-cubung fly larva.
4636
cuca  magic formula (for treating wounds).  men-cuca  pronounce a spell.
4637
cucak rawa, cucak rowo    k.o. bird, yellowcrowned bulbul.
4638
cuci  wash.
4639
cucimaki  verbal abuse.
4640
cucu  grandchild.
4641
cucuh 1 kindle, light. 2 switch on (a light).
4642
cucuk 1. 1) bill, beak. 2) (Mil.) front line. 2. see  COCOK 2.
4643
cucunda   your grandchild (respectful form, esp. in writing letters).
4644
cucung    grandchild.
4645
cucunguk  see  CECUNGUK.
4646
cucup 1 a kiss. 2 suck, slurp.
4647
cucur 1. a flow, trickle. 2. fried cake made of rice flour and sugar.  3. k.o. bird, large frogmouth. 4. (Naut.) bowsprit (of ship).
4648
cucurut   see  CECURUT.
4649
cucut 1. shark. 2. men-cucut  1) kiss. 2) suck.
4650
cuenosit  (senosit)  (Phys.)  coenocyte.
4651
cuh   1 sound of expectoration. 2 huh ! (exclamation of distaste, cynical disfavor, etc.).
4652
cuik  men-cuik  steam and salt (fish).
4653
cuil  1 chunk. 2 chipped.  se-cuil  a little bit.
4654
cuilah    (Coll.) Lord ! Gosh ! (exclamation of distaste).
4655
cuing-cuing   men-cuing  shred meat with the fingers.
4656
cuit  1. sound of squeaking. 2. movement of fingers.
4657
cuk   1. (Auto.) choke. 2. mosquito larva.  3. see  CUKULELE.
4658
cuka  vinegar.
4659
cukai, cuke   1 (customs) duty, toll, tax. 2 excise duty.  3 tariff.
4660
cuki  1.game of draughts. 2. (Vulg.) have sexual intercourse.
4661
cukil see  CUNGKIL.
4662
cukin bib.
4663
cukit 1 pick. 2 fork (for eating0.
4664
cukong    1 well-to-do financier, financial backer. 2 capitalist (engaged in illegal practices). 3 broker, wholesale distributor.
4665
cukongisme    a mode of (often illegal) cooperation between authorities and (us. China) financiers.
4666
cukulele  ukulele.
4667
cukup 1 enough, sufficient, adequate. 2 exactly, precisely.  3 well-to-do, prosperous. 4 complete. 5 quite, rather.
4668
cukur 1 razor, shaver. 2 tonsure.
4669
cula  rhinoceros horn.
4670
culan k.o. shrub, the flowers of which are used to perfume tea and clothes.
4671
culas 1. 1) lazy, indolen. 2) slow, plodding, poky. 3) clumsy, awkward.  2. deceitful, dishonest, not straightforward.
4672
culik men-culik  kidnap, abduct.
4673
cuma  1 only, merely. 2 only, but.
4674
cuman (Coll.) only.
4675
cumbu 1 flattery. 2 sweet talk, honeyed words. 3 joke, jest, good-natured banter.
4676
cumi-cumi 1. squid. 2. 1) evildoer, criminal. 2) traitor. 3 enemy spy.
4677
cumlaud   (kumlot) with distinction (esp. of academic achievements).
4678
cumpang-camping   see  COMPANG-CAMPING.
4679
cun   1. inch. 2. (child language) kiss.
4680
cunam pliers, pincers.
4681
cunang-cuning time at random.
4682
cuncum    k.o. cone-shaped pastry with sweet filling.
4683
cunda see  CUCUNDA.
4684
cundang   1. defeat. 2. incite, instigate, foment.
4685
cundrik   k.o. small kris.
4686
cunduk    large pin for holding a chignon in place.
4687
cung  1. (Java) laddy, sonny, aterm of address. 2. k.o. machine gun.
4688
cungap    pant, gasp (for breath).
4689
cungkil   crowbar, lever.
4690
cungkilan chunks peried from s.t. (coconut, etc.)
4691
cungkup   dome or cover over grave.
4692
cunguk    see  CECUNGUK.
4693
cungul    see  CONGOL.
4694
cungur    see  JUNGUR.
4695
cuosangiin    Indonesian advisory body assisting the Japanese occupation.
4696
cup   1. smack (of kiss).  2. That is mine ! (assertive exclamation).
4697
cupai neglect, ignore.
4698
cupak 1. a measure of volume, esp. for rice. 2. bowl (of an opium pipe).
4699
cupang    (Coll.) love-bite, hickey.
4700
cupar 1. deride, sneer at.  2. a man who is stingy and a busybody in the kitchen.
4701
cupat /cupet/ 1 inadequate, short, insufficient, skimpy. 2 shortsighted. 3 petty, narrow, bigoted.
4702
cuping    ear lobe.
4703
cuplak    see  CELUPAK.
4704
cuplik    pick out a small portion.
4705
cupu  /cupu-cupu/ 1 box for pills. 2 posthole, hole for mast.
4706
cupul too short.
4707
cur   sound of spouting.
4708
cura  joke, jest.
4709
curah men-curah  fall (of rain).
4710
curai 1 loose, detached, apart. 2 clear, evident, real.
4711
curam steep, precipitous, sheer, abrupt (cliff, abyss, etc.).
4712
curang    dishonest, fraudulent, deceitful.
4713
curat spout, nozzle.  men-curat  gush out, spew forth, spout.
4714
curat-coret   see  CORAT-CORET.
4715
cureng    deep-socketed (of eyes). ny- (nyureng)  (Java) put on serious face, frown.
4716
curi  1 steal. 2 surreptitious.
4717
curiga    suspicious, distrusful.
4718
curu-curu diarhea or dysentery.
4719
curuk (Java) waterfall.
4720
cus   sound of fizzing or sizzling (i.e. water poured on a fire).
4721
cutbrai   /cutbray/ see  CELANA.
4722
cuti  leave, furlough.
4723
cuwil see  CUIL.
4724
cv    (Commanditaire Vennootschop) Limited Partnership.
4725
d d, the 4th letter of the alphabet.
4726
d-1   (diploma satu) o.-year diploma program.
4727
d-2   (diploma dua)  two-year diploma program.
4728
d-3   (diploma tiga) three-year diploma program.
4729
d.    (danau)  lake.
4730
d.a.  (dengan alamat) c/o., in care of.
4731
d/p   (dengan perantaraan) via s.o.
4732
da    1. (China) at, on, in.  2. daa, daag  (Coll.) goodbye.
4733
da'wa see  DAKWA.
4734
da'wah    see DAKWAH.
4735
dab   men-dab  dub a film.
4736
dabing    dubbing.
4737
dabung    (Lit.) ber-, men-  file teeth (for aesthetic or religious reasons).
4738
dabus see  DEBUS 2.
4739
dacin, dacing k.o. portable balances scale.  men-dacin  weigh items with such a scale.
4740
dada  1 chest, thorax. 2 bosom.
4741
dadah 1. medicine, medicinal herb. 2. (Coll.) wave goodbye, bye-bye.
4742
dadak men-dadak  sudden.
4743
dadal fall down or burst apart (as of dike or dam).
4744
dadap flowering trees of Erythrina spp.
4745
dadar 1 fry a mixture spread into a pan. 2 omelette.
4746
dadih (Lit.) fermented water buffalo milk.
4747
dadu  1. 1) dice. 2) cube. 2. pink, light brownish-red.
4748
daduh /dadung/ 1. (Lit.)  sing a lullaby.   2. (Java, Sunda, Naut.) hawser.
4749
daeng (Makassar) 1 tittle of rank in S. Sulawesi. 2 respectful term of address for pedicab drivers.
4750
daerah    1 territory, esp. the size of a province. 2 area, region. 3 outlying district.  se-daerah  from the same region.
4751
daerahisme    provincialism.
4752
daftar    1 list, roster. 2 (pol.) slate.
4753
dag-dig-dug   sensation rapid heartbeat (caused by fear, anxiety, etc.).
4754
daga  1. (M) resistance, civil unrest. 2. see DAHAGA.
4755
dagang    1. from outside the region.  2. trade, commerce. 3. men-dagang carry on shoulder.
4756
dagel men-dagel  joke, clown about.
4757
dagelan   1 joking, clowning. 2 short humorous skit.
4758
dagi  see  DAHAGI.
4759
daging    1 meat. 2 flesh.
4760
dagu  chin.
4761
dah   1. see  DEH.  2. see  DA 2.  3. see  SUDAH.
4762
dahaga    1. thirst.  2. 1) opposition. 2) subordination.
4763
dahagi    oppose orders.
4764
dahak phlegm, sputum.
4765
daham see  DEHAM.
4766
dahan bough, branch.
4767
dahar (Java) eat (referring to respected person).
4768
dahi  forehead, brow.
4769
dahlia    dahlia.
4770
dahsat, dahsyat   1 horrifying, terrifying. 2 awe-inspiring, imposing.
4771
dahulu    (Lit.) previous.
4772
dahyang   (Java) guardian spirit.
4773
dai   (Islam) 1 proselytizer. 2 revival mullah.
4774
daidan    (Japanese)  battalion.
4775
daidancho, daidanco   (Japanese) battalion commander.
4776
daif  1 weak, powerless. 2 incompetent.
4777
daim  (Islam) eternal, enduring.
4778
daing dried fish or meat.
4779
dajal 1 (Islam) a being of the days preceding the Last Judgment who tempts humans to evil, esp. licentious activities.  2 (Islam) irreligious person who tempts others to be antireligious and licentious. 3 liar, deceiver. 4 (Coll.) Christian usage) k.o. devil.
4780
dak   1. see TIDAK. 2. (Coll.) roof. 3. sound of s.t. exploding.
4781
dakap see  DEKAP 1.
4782
dakar 1. stubborn, obstinate, hardheaded. 2. see  ZAKAR.
4783
dakep see  DEKAP 1.
4784
dakhil    1 inner life. 2 intimate.
4785
daki  1. grime, esp. on o,'s body. 2. men-daki climb (hill, mountain).
4786
dakocan   /dakocang/ 1 k.o. black inflatable doll. 2 defamatory nickname for  Malaysia (1960s).
4787
dakon game played on board with depressions to be filled with cowrie shells.
4788
dakron    Dacron.
4789
daksa 1 skilled, able. 2 proper.
4790
daksina   (Lit.) 1 right side. 2 south.
4791
daktiloskopi  dactylography.
4792
daktur    see  REDAKTUR.
4793
daku  (Lit.) me.
4794
dakwa charge, accusation, indictment.
4795
dakwah    religious proselytizing, missionary endeavor.
4796
dal   (Java) 5th in series of eight years.
4797
dalal 1 go-between, intermediary. 2 agent, broker.
4798
dalam 1 interior, inside.  2  in, within. 3 deep. 4 thoughtful, serious, deep.
4799
dalang    1 narrator and puppeteer of traditional shadow plays. 2 matermind, power behind the scenes.
4800
dalem 1. (Java) 1) residence of high official, palace of king. 2) tittle for person who possesses such a residence. 2. see  DALAM.
4801
dalfin    dolphin.
4802
dalih excuse, pretext.
4803
dalil 1 (Islam) argumentation. 2 proposition, theorem.
4804
dalu  (Java, Sunda, Jakarta)  ripe.
4805
daluwarsa 1 overdue, expired.
4806
dam   1. 1) checkers. 2) checkered (design)  2. sound of thump of drum. 3. (China) greedy.  4. dam.
4807
damai peace, tranquillity.
4808
damak blowpipe dart.
4809
daman (Naut.) sheet (of large sail).
4810
damar 1 resin of certain trees collected as an article of trade. 2 resin torch.3 oil lamp.
4811
damast    damask.
4812
damba long , yearn.
4813
damban    see  LAMBAN.
4814
dambin    sound of thud, plop, or thump.
4815
dambun    sound of sonorous thud.
4816
dame  see  DAMAI.
4817
damen (Java) rice straw.
4818
dami  see  DAMAI.
4819
damir symbol in Arabic script to indicate closed syllable.
4820
dampak    impact.  bump into, collid with.
4821
dampar    men-dampar  1 cast  s.t. ashore. 2 break (of nerves).
4822
damping   close, near. contiguous, side by side.
4823
damprat   abuse, scolding.
4824
damsyik   Damascus.
4825
dan   1. and.   2. particle requesting confirmation, right ?  3. (Sort) ranking.
4826
dana  1 donation. 2 fund.
4827
danau lake.
4828
danawa    ogre.
4829
dandan    1. grooming, personal embellishment. 2. (Lit.) additional platform on a ship's deck.
4830
dandang   1. large metal vessel for steaming rice. 2. (Lit.) cormorant.
4831
dandi 1 (Lit.) k.o. drum. 2 (Bib.) k.o. lyre.
4832
dang  (Lit.) title for female nobility.
4833
dang dang dut, dangdut    1 beating of drums (in Indian movies). 2 popular music with strong beat reminiscent of Hindi and Arabic music. 3 dance to such music.
4834
dangai    k.o. cake.
4835
dangau    1. loom up.  2. small temporary hut in agricultural fields.
4836
dangir    (Java) men-dangir (i) hoe before planting.
4837
dangkal   1 shallow. 2 superficial (of knowlwdge, etc.).
4838
dangkung  k.o. leprosy.
4839
dangsa    see  DANSA.
4840
danguk    ber-, men-, ter-  sit with chin in hands and stare.
4841
danramil  (Komandan Rayon Militer) commander of the army administrative unit at the level of the camat.
4842
dansa Western-style dance.
4843
dansanak  (M) relative, kin.
4844
dansi see  DANSA.
4845
danta (Lit.) elephant tusk, ivory.
4846
danu  /Danuh/ (Zod.)  Sagittarius.
4847
dapat 1 can, be able.  2 may. 3 get, obtain. be obtained. 5 be found.
4848
daptar    see  DAFTAR.
4849
dapur 1 kitchen, galley. 2 stove, kiln. 3 firebox (in furnace, locomotive). 4 (Coll.) place where s.t. other than food is cooked up.
4850
dar   sound of loud crash or explosion.
4851
dara  1. virgin, young girl.  2. see  BURUNG.
4852
darab (Math.) multiplication.
4853
darah blood.
4854
darajat   see  DERAJAH.
4855
daras men-daras  1 (Islam) recite the Koran. 2 study, investigate deeply.
4856
darat 1 land, shore. 2 upland, hinterland.
4857
dari  1 from. 2 (coll.) of. 3 out of (a series). 4 starting at or from. 5 than.
4858
daripada  1 (Lit.) from. 2 than. 3 better than.
4859
darma (Lit.) 1 duty, obligation. 2 service, good deed.
4860
darmabakti    volunteer work, service of value to the state.
4861
darmasiswa    (Lit.) student scholarship, fellowship.
4862
darmatamu (Lit.) leadership grant.
4863
darmawisata   1 excursion, outing. 2 field trip.
4864
darmawisatawan    excursionist.
4865
darsana, darsono  see  JAMBU.
4866
daru-daru k.o. tree used for commercial timber.
4867
darulbaka (Islam) The hereafter.
4868
darulfana (Islam) present transitory world.
4869
darun se-darun  in unison.
4870
darurat   emergency.
4871
darus see  DARAS.
4872
darusalam 1 Jerusalem. 2 (Lit.) abode of happiness.
4873
darwis    dervish, fakir.
4874
das   boom (of gun), bang (of gun).
4875
dasa  (Lit.) inintervals of 10.
4876
dasadarma the 10 duties of Indonesian Boy Scouts.
4877
dasalomba decathlon.
4878
dasar 1 base, foundation. 2 basis. 3 nature. 4 (so-and-so) is like that because that is the way people of his or her type are. 5 background.
4879
dasariah  basic.
4880
dasasila  the Ten  Commandments.
4881
dasawarsa decade, decennial.
4882
dasi  necktie.
4883
daster    1 house dress, lounging grown. 2 doctor's lab coat.
4884
dasun (Lit.). k.o. garlic.
4885
daswati   (Daerah Swatantra Tingkat) autonomous administrative region (pre-1970s).
4886
data  data. men-data  encode for processing (on computer).
4887
datang    1 come. 2 arrive.
4888
datar 1 flat, level, smooth. 2  superficial.
4889
dati  (Daerah Swantantra Tingkat) autonomous administrative region.
4890
datu  (in some region only) title of headman.
4891
datuk 1 oldest male of family clan, headman. 2 grandfather (in some parts of Indonesia and Malaysia). 3 honorific term of reference and address (for strangers, dangerous animals). 4 term of adress to persons in high positions, us. as tuk or to.
4892
dauk  1 gray. 2 roan.
4893
daulat    (Lit.) 1 good fortune. 2 expression of deference to nobility.
4894
daun  1 leaf.  2 playing card.  3 balade or other flat thing.
4895
daur  1 cycle (of years). 2 rotation.
4896
dawai fine wire.  dawai-dawai  strings (for musical instruments).
4897
dawat, dawet  1. ink. 2. cold drink made from rice or arrowroot flour, coconut milk and palm sugar.
4898
dawuh (Java) order, command.
4899
daya  1. 1) power, energy, capacity. 2) effort. 2. trick, ruse. 3. see  BARAT.
4900
dayah 1 foster mother. 2 wet nurse.
4901
dayak 1 native ethnic groups of Kalimantan. 2 (Coll.) American Indian.
4902
dayang    (Lit.) lady-in-waiting.
4903
dayu  men-dayu  rumble like distant thunder.
4904
dayung    1 oar. 2  pedal (bicycle).
4905
db    (drum band) marching band.
4906
db.   (di bawah) below, under, beneath.
4907
dbb   (daerah bebas becak) area in which pedicabs are not allowed to operate.
4908
dbp.  (di bawah pimpinan) under the direction of (referring to bands).
4909
de facto, de fakto    de facto.
4910
debak sound of thud, esp. blow hitting the mark.
4911
debam sound of heavy object falling with resonant thud (such as coconut falling to ground).
4912
debap sound of object hitting ground.
4913
debar sensation of pulse beat.
4914
debarkasi debarkation.
4915
debas sound of exhaling.
4916
debat debate, discussion.
4917
debet debit.
4918
debik sound of a goat bleat.
4919
debil mentally retarded, psychologically unstable.
4920
debing    sound of light object falling.
4921
debirokratisasi   debureaucratization.
4922
debit rate of flow, discharge (of water).
4923
debitor   debtor.
4924
deboasasi deforestation.
4925
debos (Coll.) nge-debos  boasting.
4926
debu  dust, grit.
4927
debuk sound of thud.
4928
debum sound of muffled blow (such as when striking mattress).
4929
debung    sound of resonant blow such as drum beat.
4930
debup sound of light object falling.
4931
debur 1 sound of splashing (object falling into water, surf, etc). 2 pounding of heart.
4932
debus 1. sound whistling, sound of howling wind. 2. ritual display of invulnerability in  West Java.
4933
debut sound of light popping (e.g. breaking wind).
4934
decak sound of click, esp. of tongue to express astonishment, enjoyment, etc.
4935
decap sound of smacking o.'s lips.
4936
deceh, decih  sound of clicking with tongue and teeth to express disapproval, tsk tsk.
4937
decing    sound of light metallic ringing.
4938
decit sound of  chirp (of chicks, etc.).
4939
decur sound of water spraying.
4940
dedah exposed, uncovered.
4941
dedak mixture of rice and bran, by-product of milling used as animal feed.
4942
dedangkot see  DEDENGKOT.
4943
dedas sound of crackling of small arms.
4944
dedau men-dedau  cry out loudly, scream.
4945
dedaunan  foliage, leaves.
4946
dede  see  DIDEH.
4947
dedek (Java, Jakarta) see  DEDAK.
4948
dedel ripped. rip out (a seam, etc.).
4949
dedemenan (Jakarta) o.'s favorite thing or person.
4950
dedemitan 1 ghost, apparition. 2 (Java) do s.t. secretly.
4951
dedengkot (Coll.) prominent figure, big shot.
4952
dedes 1. 1) civet cat. 2) musk. 2.  men-dedes slice thinly.
4953
dedikasi  dedication.
4954
dedolarisasi  (Fin.) removal of dollar as standard of currency valuation.
4955
deduksi   deduction.
4956
deduktif  deductive.
4957
deeskalasi    de-escalation.
4958
defaitis  (Lit.) defeatist.
4959
defaitisme    defeatism.
4960
defensif  defensive.
4961
defile    1 (Mil.) review, march past. 2 file past (a coffin).
4962
definisi  definition.
4963
definitif definitive.
4964
defisiensi    deficiensy.
4965
defisit   deficit.
4966
deflasi   deflation.
4967
defleksi  deflection.
4968
deformasi deformation.
4969
degam sound of boom, such as thunder, cannon, etc.
4970
degan (Java) young coconut.
4971
degap 1. sturdy, robust.  2. 1) sound of nonmetallic surface being struck. 2) heartbeat.
4972
degar 1 sound of a surface being struck hard. 2 sound of breaking down a door.
4973
degdeg, degdegan  sensation of pounding (of heart).
4974
degen (Sport) foil in fencing.
4975
degenerasi    degeneration.
4976
degil obstinate, headstrong.
4977
deging    ber-deging persevere through thick and thin.
4978
degleng   slanting (of walls of decrepit buildings).
4979
degradasi degradation.
4980
degub see  DEGUP.
4981
deguk sound of gurgle.
4982
degum sound of boom, such as cannon being fired.
4983
degung    1 sound of gong. 2 (Sunda) gamelan.
4984
degup sound of gulp.
4985
degur sound of surf.
4986
deh   (Jakarta 1 come on, please do (an urging particle). 2 Oh, all right, Iwill agree.  3 that is the way it is, I guarantee you.
4987
dehem clearing of throat.
4988
dehidrasi dehydration.
4989
dehoi see  INDEHOI.
4990
dek   1. (Naut.) deck.  2. (Coll.) blanket.
4991
dekaden   decadent.
4992
dekadensi decadence.
4993
dekah-dekah   see  TAWA.
4994
dekak-dekak   abacus.
4995
dekam ber-men 1 be in crouching position (of cat, etc.). 2  be cooped up.  3 be incarcerated.
4996
dekan bamboo rat.
4997
dekap 1. with folded arms.  ber-, men- embrace, hug. 2.  near.  3. noise of heartbeat.
4998
dekar men-dekar  fight with a sword.
4999
dekat 1 near, close by. 2 vicinity.
5000
dekih sound of a chuckle.
5001
dekik small indentation.
5002
dekil caked with dirt.
5003
deking    1 protection, shelter, cover. 2 patron, protector. 3 (Fin.) reserve
5004
deklamasi formal stylized recitation of poetry, etc.
5005
deklamator    orator (esp. of poetry).
5006
deklarasi 1 customs declaration. 2 voucher.
5007
deklerer  (Crd.) declarer.
5008
deklinasi 1 (Astr.) declination. 2 (Ling.) declension.
5009
dekolonisasi  decolonization.
5010
dekon (Deklarasi Ekonomi) Economic Declaration (enunciated by Sukarno in 1963).
5011
dekonsentrasi decontration.
5012
dekor decor.
5013
dekorasi  1 decoration, decor. 2 (Mil.) medal, ribbon.
5014
dekret    /dekrit/ decree, edict.
5015
dekuk work hard.
5016
dekur see  DEKUT.
5017
dekus sound of hissing or snorting.
5018
dekut sound of cooing.
5019
delah k.o. saltwalter fish.
5020
delapan   eight.
5021
delegasi  delegation.
5022
delep (Java) 1 sink, go below surface. 2 make o.s unobstrusive.
5023
deles pure-blooded.
5024
deligir   delegate (power).
5025
delik wide-open (of eyes).
5026
delikan   (Java) game of hide and seek.
5027
delikuensi    deliquency.
5028
delima    pomegranate.
5029
delman    k.o. two-wheeled buggy.
5030
delong    sunken (of eye).
5031
delta delta.
5032
delujur   see  JELUJUR.
5033
dema  (dewan mahasiswa) student council.
5034
demagog   demagogue.
5035
demagogi  demagoguery.
5036
demah warm compress.
5037
demam 1 fever, feverish. 2 (Coll.) fad.
5038
deman like, be fond of.
5039
demang    1 village headman in Java. 2 customary law expert. 3 village gvt. officer.
5040
demarkasi demarcation.
5041
dembam    see  DEBAM.
5042
dembum    see  DEBUM.
5043
demek moist, still wet.
5044
demen see  DEMAN.
5045
demes flat (of nose).
5046
demi  1. 1) for the sake of. 2) by (in oaths). 2. 1) as soon as. 2) (immediately) after , by.
5047
demikian  1 such. 2 thus, such was the case.
5048
demiliterisasi    demilitarization.
5049
demisioner    1 ask for resignation of a cabinet. 2 strip (of authority, power).
5050
demit see  DEDEMITAN.
5051
demo  1. (delman bermotor) small motorized threewheeled vehicle used for public transportation. 2. see  DEMONSTRASI.
5052
demobilisan   demobilized member of armed forces.
5053
demobilisasi  demobilization.
5054
demograf  demographer.
5055
demografi demography.
5056
demografis    demographic.
5057
demokrasi democracy.
5058
demokrat  democrat.
5059
demokratis    democratic.
5060
demokratisasi democratization.
5061
demokratiser  /demokratisir/ democratize.
5062
demonstarsi   1 demonstration, protest.  2 demonstration (of cars, radios, etc.).
5063
demonstran    participant  in demonstration, protester
5064
demoralisasi  demoralization.
5065
demoralisir   men-demoralisir  demoralization.
5066
demotrasi see  DEMONSTRASI.
5067
dempak    1 low and flat.  2 stocky.
5068
dempal    (Java) physically strong.
5069
dempang   hollow sounding (as the fall of empty barrel).
5070
dempel    near to.
5071
dempet,dempet stuck together.
5072
dempir    sound made by cymbal.
5073
dempit    see  DEMPET.
5074
demplon   (Jakarta) cute, pretty.
5075
dempok,dempuk ber-dempok  bump against, collide with.
5076
dempul    glazier's putty, boat caulking.
5077
dempung   sound of s.t. falling into water.
5078
den   see  RADEN.
5079
denah sketch, blueprint, ground plan.
5080
denai trail, track (of wild game).
5081
denak decoy (used in hunting).
5082
denas (Dewan Nasional) national council.
5083
dencang   ber-dencang  rattle, clang.
5084
dencing   see  DENTING.
5085
dencis    see  SARDEN.
5086
denda fine.
5087
dendam    1 reverenge, vengeance. 2 grudge, resentment. 3 yearning, longing.
5088
dendang   1. crow (bird).  2. see  DANDANG 1.
5089
dendeng   jerked meat.
5090
denderang sound of drum or heavy steps.
5091
dengan    1 with, accompanying. 2 and. 3 by, by means of.  4 in. 5 by way of. 56 in the manner of.
5092
dengap    ber-dengap  1pound, beat (of heart). 2 pant, be out of breath, gasp (for breath).
5093
dengar    hear.
5094
denger    (Java, Jakarta) see  DENGAR.
5095
dengih    sound of rapid breathing or gasping.
5096
denging   sound of ringing (in ears).  ber-, men- buzz, ring (in ears).
5097
dengkang  sound of croaking frogs.
5098
dengkang-dengkol  crooked, bent and bowed (of hand, tree branch, etc.).
5099
dengki    envy, spite.
5100
dengkik   become weak from lack of food.
5101
dengking  1 sound of dog yelping. 2 a yelp, squeal, or scream.
5102
dengkir   men-dengkir  chirp.
5103
dengklang lame, limping.
5104
dengkul   (Java, Jakarta) knee.
5105
dengkung  1growl (of dog). 2 sound of metal on metal.
5106
dengkur   1 snore, snoring. 2 grunt. 3 purr.
5107
dengkus   /dengu/ 1. whinny, snort. 2. dengu   see  DUNGU.
5108
denguk    sound of sobbing.
5109
dengung   sound of droning, buzzing, purring, etc.
5110
dengus    1 snort (of animals). 2 deride with a snort.
5111
dengut    sound of murmuring (of quail), sound of vibrating (of xylophone, gong).
5112
denok (Java) term of address to young girl, esp as nok.
5113
denotasi  denotation.
5114
densitas  density.
5115
dentam    sound of gunfire, pounding on anvil, etc.
5116
dentang   sound of clanging or loud explosion.
5117
dentar    clang.
5118
denting   sound of jingle or tinkle (of money, piano, keys, etc.).
5119
dentum    sound of boom (explosion, cannon, etc.).
5120
dentung   sound of clap of thunder.
5121
dentur    sound of pop, small explosion, etc. ber-, men- crackle, pop.
5122
denudasi  denudation.
5123
denyak    see  ENYAK.
5124
denyar    flash.
5125
denyit    sound of shrieking and high-pitched noises.
5126
denyut    throb, beat.
5127
deodoran  deodorant.
5128
dep   men-, menge- pigeonhole, shelve (a question).
5129
depa  fathom.
5130
depag (Departemen Agama) Department of Rreligious Affairs.
5131
depak 1. akick.  2. sound of clap, clip-clop (esp. of horses'hoofs, etc.).
5132
depan 1 fron. 2 ahead. 3 coming, next.
5133
depang    ber-depang  stretch out both arms sideways.
5134
depap sound of slap (i.e. palm of o.'s hand striking table, etc.).
5135
deparlu   (Departemen Luar Negeri) Department of Foreign Affairs.
5136
deparpolisasi (Pol.) simplification of political party structures, decreasing of number of political parties.
5137
departemen    ministry.
5138
depdagri  (Departemen Dalam Negeri) Department of Internal Affairs.
5139
dependensi    1 dependency, dependence. 2 (colonial) possession.
5140
deperdag  (Departemen Perdagangan) Department of Commerce.
5141
depersonalisir    men-depersonalisir  depersonalize.
5142
depertan  (Departemen Pertanian) Department of Agriculture.
5143
depinisi  see  DEFINISI.
5144
depisen   see DEVISA.
5145
depkeh    (Departemen Kehakiman) Department of Justice.
5146
depkes    (Departemen Kesehatan) Department of Health.
5147
depkeu    (Departemen Keuangan) Department of Finance.
5148
deplu (Departemen Luar Negeri) Department of Foreign Affairs.
5149
depnaker  (Departemen Tenaga Kerja) Department of Labor.
5150
depnakertranskop  (Departemen Tenaga Kerja Transmigrasi dan Koperasi) Department of Labor, Population Resettlement, and Cooperatives (until 1978).
5151
depo  see DEPOT.
5152
depok reside.
5153
depolitisasi  depoliticization.
5154
deponir   men-deponir delay, put on ice.
5155
deportasi deportation.
5156
deposan   depositor.
5157
deposito  (Fin.) fixed deposit (us. bearing high interest).
5158
depot refreshment stand.
5159
deppen    (Departemen Penerangan) Department of Information.
5160
depresi   financial depression.
5161
depresiasi    (Fin.) depreciation.
5162
deprok    (me)n-1 sit on floor without folding legs. 2 (Coll.) sit s.w. uninvited.
5163
depsos    (Departemen Sosial) Department of Social Services.
5164
depteri   diphtheria.
5165
depus sound of sighing, exhaling air, etc.
5166
deputasi  deputation, delegation.
5167
deputi    deputy.
5168
der   sound of explosion.
5169
dera  lash (of whip), lashing.
5170
derai 1. sound of water dripping on or beating against glass, etc.  2. grain.
5171
derajat,derajah   1 degree. 2 rank, level. 3 standard. 4 Latinate qualifiers of university degree (e.g. cum laude, etc.).
5172
derak sound of snap (such as tree branch breaking, gnashing of teeth, etc.).
5173
deram sound of rumble (thunder, tigers roar, drum roll, etc.).
5174
derang    sound of ringing clank (chains or coins falling, of small gongs, etc.).  ber-, men-  make a resonant, often metalic sound.
5175
derap sound of stamping on flat surface (horse's) trot, marching feet, etc.), trop, clop.
5176
deras 1. swift (esp. of flowing liquids). 2. sound of trash or sand being stepped on. 3. see  DARAS.
5177
derau sound of roaring (wind-borne rain, etc.).
5178
derek 1. crane, cargo boom. 2 see  DERET.
5179
derep men-derep  harvest rice.
5180
deres 1. men-deres tap tree to extract sap (suga palm).  pen-deres  tapper. 2. men-deres  recite the Koran.
5181
deresi    (R.R.) passenger car.
5182
deret row, line, series.
5183
deretak   sound of repeated rattling.
5184
derhaka   see  DURHAKA.
5185
deriji    see  JERUJI.
5186
derik creaking sound.
5187
deril see  DRIL.
5188
dering    1 sound of tinkling (bells, etc.). 2 sound of crickets  chirping.
5189
deris sound of rustling (of stepping on dry grass, of cutting cloth, etc.).
5190
derit sound of squeak (a brake, etc.).
5191
derita    suffering.
5192
derma alms, donation.  pen-derma  donor.
5193
dermaga   quay, pier.
5194
dermatalog    dermatologist.
5195
dermatologi   dermatology.
5196
dermawan  donor, philanthropist.
5197
dermimil  (Java) 1 mumble. 2 talk incessantly.
5198
derobos   see  TEROBOS.
5199
dersana   see  JAMBU.
5200
dersik    sound of sighing or rustling (leaves in wind).
5201
deru  sound made by storm, thunder, large trucks, planes, etc.
5202
deruji    see  JERUJI.
5203
deruk sound of heavy object crashing.
5204
derum 1.  sound of muffled rumble (distant thunder, whir of engine). 2. see  DRUM.
5205
derun,derung  see  DERUM 1.
5206
derup-derap   sound of many footsteps.
5207
derus,derut   sound of objects being rubbed or shifted.
5208
derwis    /derwisy/ see  DARWIS.
5209
desa  village.
5210
desah 1 sound of wheezing or huffing. 2 swishing (of leaves, etc.). 3 sigh.
5211
desak 1. sound of crumpling paper. 2.
5212
desapraja see  DESA.
5213
desar sound of sizzling or hissing.
5214
desas-desus   1 sound of hissing or whispering. 2 rumor.
5215
desau sound of soft rustling.
5216
desegregasi   desegregation.
5217
desember  December.
5218
desentralisir men-desentralisir  decentralize.
5219
desersi   desertion.
5220
desertir  deserter, defector.
5221
desik sound of light snapping (branch breaking, etc.).  ber-, men- rustle.
5222
desimal   1 decimal. 2 decimal fracton.
5223
desimeter 10 centimeters.
5224
desinfeksi    disinfectant.
5225
desing    sound of whizzing (wind blowing, shot fired, etc.).
5226
desintegrasi  disintegration.
5227
desir sound of hissing, rustling, or slurping.
5228
desis,desit   sound of hissing or sizzling.
5229
deskripsi description.  men-deskripsi-kan  describe.
5230
deskriptif    descriptive.
5231
despot    despot.
5232
despotisme    despotism.
5233
destar    Java head cloth, k.o. turban.
5234
destilasi see  DISTILASI.
5235
destruksi destruction.
5236
destruktif    destructive.
5237
desuk see  DESAK 1.
5238
desur sound of forceful rustling.
5239
desus sound of light whispering.
5240
desut sound of forceful blowing.
5241
detail    see  DETEL.
5242
detailer  medical sales representative.
5243
detak sound of tapping.
5244
detar sound of sizzling or whirring (roasting corn, wheels turning, etc.).
5245
detas sound of light crackling explosion (eggshell breaking, etc.).
5246
detasemen (Mil.) detachment.
5247
detasering    temporary deployment to another place of work.
5248
detasir   men-detasir (Mil.) detail, detach to another unit.
5249
detdot    sound of tooting. ber-detdot-detdot  sound the horns.
5250
deteksi   detection, discovery.
5251
detektif  /detektip/ detective.
5252
detektor  detector.
5253
detel detail.
5254
deterjen  detergent.
5255
determinan    determinant.
5256
determinasi   determination, decision.
5257
determinisme  determinism.
5258
detik 1 sound of ticking (of clock). 2 second (unit of time), moment.
5259
detil see  DETEL.
5260
deting    sound of light twanging (i.e. of plucked guitar string, etc.).
5261
detonator detonator.
5262
detus,detup   sound of light explosion (gun firing, firecracker, etc.).
5263
devaluasi (Fin.) devaluation.
5264
devaluir  (Fin.) men-devaluir  devaluate.
5265
deviasi   deviation.
5266
devisa    /devisen, devizen/ (Fin.) foreign exchange.
5267
dewa  god, idol.
5268
dewan 1 council. 2 board.
5269
dewangga  k.o. cloth design.
5270
dewani    1 council member. 2 council.
5271
dewasa    1 adult, of age. 2 (Lit.) time.
5272
dewasawan a mature person.
5273
dewata    gods.
5274
dewe,dewek    (Java) o.'s own.
5275
dewi  1 goddless.  2 darling, beloved.
5276
dewi-dewi (Naut.) davit.
5277
dg.   (daeng) title in S. Sulawesi.
5278
dh.   1.  (dahulu) formerly. 2. (dengan hormat) with respectful salutation (in correspondence).
5279
dhalim    see  LALIM.
5280
dharma    1. term used in names of associations. 2. see DARMA.
5281
dhat  see  ZAT.
5282
dholim    see  LALIM.
5283
di    1 in, at, on, upon (general locative preposition). 2 (Coll.) at, on (temporal preposition).
5284
di-   3d person passive verbal prefix.
5285
dia   1 he,she. 2 (Coll.) it.
5286
diabet    diabetes.
5287
diacon    (Rel.) deacon.
5288
diafan    diaphanous.
5289
diafragma /diafrakma/ (Anat.) diaphragm.
5290
diagnosa  /diagnose/ diagnosis.
5291
diagnostik    diagnostic.
5292
diakritis diacritical.
5293
dialek    (Ling.) dialect.
5294
dialektik /dialektika/ dialectic.
5295
dialektis dialedtical.
5296
dialog    /dialoog/dialogue.
5297
diam  1. 1) silent, quiet. 2) motionless. 3) idle.  2. reside.
5298
diameter  diameter.
5299
diametrikal   /diametris/ diametrical.
5300
dian  taper or oil lamp.
5301
diancuk   (Java, Vulg.) Dammit ! Fuck you !.
5302
diang 1. warm o.s. near the fire (esp. after childbirth).  2. see  MENDIANG.
5303
diare diarhea.
5304
diaspor   diaspora.
5305
diat  (Islam) fine imposed for failure in o.'s religious responsibilities.
5306
didaktik,didaktis didactic.
5307
dideh (Java) coagulated chicken or beef blood as food.
5308
didih men-didih  1 boil. 2 boil, rage.
5309
didik 1 educate. 2 bring up, raise (children).
5310
didikan   1 education, upbringing. 2 pupil, product of a certain teacher, alumnus.
5311
didis 1. men-didis  slice thinly. 2. (Java) men-didis removes nits and lice from o.'s hair.
5312
dido,didong   1. (Sl.) 1) Frenchman. 2) European. 2. stubbon, obstinate. 3. k.o dance in Aceh.
5313
dies-natalis  anniversary (of educational institutions, universities, college departments, etc.).
5314
diesel    1 (Coll.) diesel motor, electric generator. 2 diesel fuel.
5315
diet  diet.
5316
diferensial   (Math) differential.
5317
diferensiasi  differentation.
5318
difinisi  see  DEFINISI.
5319
difraksi  diffraction.
5320
difteri   diphtheria.
5321
diftong   diphthong.
5322
difusi    diffusion.
5323
digdaya   (Java) invulnerable.
5324
digital   digital.
5325
digjaya   see  DiGDAYA.
5326
digul Boven Digul, place of political exile in Irian Jaya during Dutch period.
5327
digulis   orang-Digul  o. who was exiled at Boven Digul.
5328
diit  see  DIET.
5329
dik   see ADIK.
5330
dikau (Lit.) you.
5331
dikhotomi see  DIKOTOMI.
5332
dikir (Islam) repeatedly chant part of the confession of faith, often in unison, as a form of worship.
5333
dikit little, small.
5334
diklat    (pendidikan dan latihan) training and education program for gvt. and military personnel.
5335
diko  see  DUKO.
5336
dikol 1 calculated, estimated. 2 collated.
5337
dikotomi  dichotomy.
5338
dikrit    see  DEKRET.
5339
diktat    written summary of lectures, often used as a university texbook.
5340
diktator  dictator.  men-i rule over (with iron hand).
5341
diktatoris    dictatorial.
5342
diktatur  dictatiorial gvt.
5343
dikte diction.
5344
diktum    decision of a high authority.
5345
dilak men-dilak  roll o.'s eyes.
5346
dilalah   (Java) by God's will, by chance.
5347
dilema    dilemma.
5348
diletan   dilettante.
5349
diletantisme  dilettantism.
5350
dim   1. a linear measurement, decimeter. 2. (Auto.) bright headlights.
5351
dimas (Java) term of address for younger brother.
5352
dimensi   dimension.
5353
dimesionir    see  DEMISIONER.
5354
dimpit    see  DEMPET.
5355
dina  of low esteem, ignoble.
5356
dinamik   dynamic.
5357
dinamika  dynamics.
5358
dinamis   dynamic.
5359
dinamisasi    dynamicization.
5360
dinamisator   dynamist.
5361
dinamisir men-dinamisir  make dynamic.
5362
dinamisme dynamism.
5363
dinamit   dynamite.
5364
dinamo    dynamo.
5365
dinar 1 various k.o. gold coins, now used as jewelry. 2 unit of money in Middle East.
5366
dinas 1 official (gvt.). 2 agency, department. 3 gvt. service, official duty. 4 church service.
5367
dinasti   dynasty.
5368
dinda see   ADINDA.
5369
dinding   1 interior wall, partition. 2 buttress.
5370
dines see  DINAS.
5371
ding  (Coll.). particle that contradicts o.'s own statement.
5372
dingdong  arcade games, esp. pinball and video.
5373
dingin    cold.
5374
dingkik   men-dingkik watch, spy on.
5375
dingklik  stool, seat with no back.
5376
dini  early.
5377
diniyah   religious (in school names).
5378
dioksid,dioksida  dioxide.
5379
diorama   diorama.
5380
diosis    diocese.
5381
dip   (Daftar Isisan Proyek) budget proposal for a project.
5382
dipan divan, sofa.
5383
dipati    see  ADIPATI.
5384
dipisi    see  DIVISI.
5385
diploma   diploma, certificate.
5386
diplomasi diplomacy.
5387
diplomat  diplomat.
5388
diplomatik    /diplomatis/ diplomatic.
5389
direksi   management, administration.
5390
direksi, direktris    1 directress, headmistress. 2 Catholic mother superior.
5391
direktif,direktip directive.
5392
direktorat    1 directorate. 2 department, division.
5393
direktori directory.
5394
direktur  director, headmaster.
5395
dirgahayu long live ! long life.
5396
dirgantara    sky, upper atmosphere.
5397
diri  1. self. 2.
5398
dirigen   musical director, conductor.
5399
dirigir   men-dirigir  direct (an orchestra).
5400
diris men-diris  water (plants).
5401
dirjen    (Direktor Jenderal) director general.
5402
dirus men-dirus flush with water.
5403
dirut (Direktor Utama)  managing director.
5404
dis   1. (dinas) service, agency. 2 (diskualifikasi) disqualification.
5405
disain    design, pattern.
5406
disainer  fashion designer.
5407
disel see  DIESEL.
5408
disembarkasi  disembarkation.
5409
disen see  DISAIN.
5410
disenteri,disentri    dysentery.
5411
disersi   see  DESERSI.
5412
disertasi dissertation.
5413
disertir  see  DESERTIR.
5414
disharmoni    disharmony.
5415
disiden   dissident.
5416
disintegrasi  organizational disintegration (of parties, cabinets,etc).
5417
disipasi  dissipation.
5418
disipel   disciple.
5419
disiplin  discipline.
5420
disipliner    disciplinary.
5421
disjoki   (Coll.) disc jockey.
5422
disket    floppy disc.
5423
disko discotheque.  dance to disco music.
5424
diskontinuitas    discontinuity.
5425
diskonto  (Fin.) discount.
5426
diskotek  /diskotik/ 1 discotheque. 2 collection of phonograph records. 3 producer of music cassettes.
5427
diskredit discredit.
5428
diskrepansi   discrepancy.
5429
diskridit see  DISKREDIT.
5430
diskriminasi  discrimination.
5431
diskriminatif discriminatory.
5432
diskualifikasi    disqualification.
5433
diskualifisir men-diskualifisir  disqualify.
5434
diskusi   discussion.
5435
dislokasi 1 (Med.) dislocation. 2 disturbance.
5436
disonan   dissonant.
5437
disonansi dissonance.
5438
disorganisasi disorganization.
5439
disparitas    disparity.
5440
dispensasi    1 (Rel.) dispensation. 2 exemption (from tax, official responsibility, etc.).
5441
dispersi  men-dispersi-kan  disperse.
5442
disposisi authorizing signature.
5443
disproporsi   disproportion.
5444
disproporsional   disproportionate.
5445
distilasi distillation.
5446
distilat  distillate.
5447
distilir  men-distilir  distill.
5448
distorsi  distortion.
5449
distribusi    distribution.
5450
distrik   administrative district.
5451
ditangsel (Jakarta) stuffed to the gills.
5452
diteksi   see  DETEKSI.
5453
ditektif  see  DETEKTIF.
5454
ditel see  DETEL.
5455
diter.    (diterjemahkan) translated.
5456
ditjen    (Direktorat Jendral) Directorate General.
5457
dito  ditto.
5458
diunggulkan   1 be considered or proposed as superior. 2 (Sport) seeded.
5459
div.  (divisi) division.
5460
divan see  DIPAN.
5461
diversifikasi diversification.
5462
divide-et-impera  divide and rule.
5463
dividen   dividend.
5464
divisi    1 (Mil.) division. 2 (Bio.) phylum.
5465
diy   (Daerah Istimewa Yogyakarta) Special District of Yogyakarta.
5466
dk    (daya kuda) horsepower.
5467
dki   (Jaya) (Daerah Khusus Ibukota) Special Capital District (of Jakarta).
5468
dkk.  (dengan kawan-kawan) et al.
5469
dl.   (dalam) in.
5470
dleweran  (Java) ooze and trickle down slowly.
5471
dll.  (dan lain-lain) and others, etc.
5472
dlm.  (dalam) in.
5473
dls.,dlsh.    (dan lain sebagainya) and so forth.
5474
dn    [ (Departemen) Dalam Negeri ] (Department) of Internal Affairs.
5475
dng.  (dengan) with, by means of.
5476
doa   (do'a) prayer.
5477
doane see  DUANE.
5478
doang,doangan (Jakarta) only, no more than.
5479
dobel 1 double.  2 (Sport) doubles.
5480
dobelop   double-barreled rifle.
5481
dobi  (Lit.) laundryman.
5482
dobis caps (for toy guns).
5483
doble gold-plated.
5484
dobol 1. perforated, torn. men-dobol-kan pierce, puncture.  2. see  DOBEL.
5485
dobrak    smashed, broken open (of door, gate, fence, etc.).
5486
dodet (Sl.) men-dodet  rip open the belly.
5487
dodok 1. (Java) squat, kneel sitting on the hams. 2. men-dodok  smooth out a metal sheet by hammering.
5488
dodol k.o. taffy made of sticky rice, coconut milk, and palm sugar (often with durian).
5489
dodor ke-dodor-an loose and ill-fitting (of clothing).
5490
dodos plane s.t.
5491
dodot (Java) k.o. batik wraparound worn by courtiers and bridgrooms.
5492
dogdog    1 sound of repeated knocking (at door, etc.). 2 make such a sound. 3 (Sunda) small drum.
5493
doger (Sunda) k.o. folk dance performed by women.
5494
dogma dogma.
5495
dogmatika (Rel.) dogmatics.
5496
dogmatis  dogmatic.
5497
dogol 1 without horns (of horned animals). 2 without combs(of fowl). 3 stupid.
5498
doha  (Islam) nonobligatory prayertime around 10 a.m.
5499
doi   (do'i)  (Sl.) he or she (of o.'s lover).
5500
dok   1. (Navy) dock. 2. see  DOKTER.
5501
dokar horse-drawn buggy.
5502
doking    docking (of ship, etc.).
5503
doklonyo  (Coll.) collogne.
5504
dokoh 1. pendant for a necklace. 2. see  DUKUH.
5505
dokok-dokok   see  KUE.
5506
dokter    doctor, physician, esp.
5507
doktor    holder of doctorate.
5508
doktoral  doctoral studies.
5509
doktoranda    1 female holder of postgraduate degree in humanities below doctoral rank. 2 female college graduate (post-1980).
5510
doktorandus   1 s.o. with postgraduate degree in humanities below doctoral rank (pre-1980). 2 academic degree in humanitiesequivalent to baccalaureate (post-1980).
5511
doktrin   doctrine.
5512
doktriner doctrinaire.
5513
doku  (Sl.) money.
5514
dokumen   document.
5515
dokumentalis  documentalist.
5516
dokumentasi   documentation.
5517
dol   1 damaged or worn because of overuse. 2 (Coll.) crazy, mad.
5518
dolak-dalik   constantly changing, vacillating.
5519
dolan (Java) 1 make a visit for pleasire. 2 play.
5520
dolar 1 dollar, esp. the US currency. 2 (Coll.) any gold coin. 3 k.o. round, sweet wafer.
5521
dolarsen  (Coll.) cent of US currency.
5522
dolfin    dolphin.
5523
dolim see  LALIM.
5524
dollar    see  DOLAR.
5525
dolle-mina    radical feminist.
5526
dolog (depot logistik) warehouse for foodstuff.
5527
dolok (Batak) mountain.
5528
dom   (Coll.) compass.
5529
domba 1 sheep. 2 (Rel.) the congregation.
5530
domblong  (Java) open-mouthed due to surprise.
5531
dombrong  ke-dombrong-an  baggy, fitting too loose (of clothes).
5532
domein    domain (of authority).
5533
domestik  domestic.
5534
domina    term of reference for female Protestant minister.
5535
dominan   dominant.
5536
dominasi  domination.
5537
domine    term of reference for Protestant minister.
5538
dominir   men-dominir  dominate.
5539
domino    dominoes.
5540
domisili  (Leg.) domicile.
5541
dompak    1 ber-dompak 1) leap, jump (in fighting). 2) prance (of horses). 2. densely packed (of houses, etc.).
5542
dompet    1 wallet. 2 relief fund (often organized by a publication).
5543
domplang  see-saw.
5544
dompleng  men-dompleng  join, double up.  pen-dompleng  non paying passenger.
5545
dompol    bunch.
5546
don-juan  see  DON-YUAN.
5547
don-yuan  womanizer.
5548
donasi    donation.
5549
donat doughnut.
5550
donatir,donatur   donor, benefactor.
5551
donau Danube River.
5552
doncang   men-doncang jump, leap.
5553
dondang   cradle.
5554
donder    (Coll.) scolding.
5555
dong  1. (Coll.) partical asserting that interlocutor should already know or do what o. is asserting. 2. (E. Indonesia) they.
5556
dongak    men-,ter- 1 pointed upward (of head, rifle muzzle, etc.). 2 gaze up(ward).
5557
dongeng   1 fairy tale, legend. 2 nonsense.
5558
dongkak   leap up.
5559
dongkel   lever, jack.
5560
dongkol   1. 1) resentful, acrimonious. 2) irked, vexed.  2. ex-, former.
5561
dongkrak  (Auto.) jack.
5562
dongkrok  (Java) n- dongkrok remain motionless.
5563
dongok    1 ponderous, hulking. 2 stupid.
5564
dongong   men-dongong  stare open-mouthed.
5565
donor donor.
5566
doorslag  see  DORSLAG.
5567
dop   1. 1) hubcap. 2) caps (for toy guns). 2. (Coll.) baptism. 3. lightbulb.
5568
dopercis,doperten (Coll.) canned sweet peas.
5569
dopis see  DUMPIS.
5570
dor   sound of gunshot.
5571
doraka    see  DURHAKA.
5572
dorang    1. k.o. fish. 2. (E. Indonesia) they.
5573
doreng    (Coll.) striped.
5574
dorna see  DURNA.
5575
dorong    men-dorong 1 push. 2 motivate, provide the impetus. 3 urge.
5576
dorslag,dorslah   onionskin paper.
5577
dortrap   k.o. bicycle with pedal brakes.
5578
dos   1 small box. 2 carton, case.
5579
dosa  sin.
5580
dosen university-level instructor.
5581
dosin see  LUSIN.
5582
dosir dossier.
5583
dosis (Med.) dose.  men-dosos-kan determine the dosage.
5584
dot   1. 1) nipple. 2) pacifier.  2. sound of a car horn.
5585
dower (Java) having a drooping lower lip.
5586
doyan (Jakarta) be fond of.
5587
doyong    inclined, not straight.
5588
dozer bulldozer.
5589
dpc   (Dewan Pimpinan Cabang) leadership of political party at local level.
5590
dpd   (Dewan Pimpinan Daerah) leadership of political party at regional level.
5591
dpp   1. (Dewan Pimpinan Pusat) leadership of political party at national level. 2. (dada, pinggang, pinggul) chest, waist, hip measurements. 3. (dana pembinaan pendidikan) k.o. gvt. subsidy to state universities to supplement tuition fees.
5592
dpr   (Dewan Perwakilan Rakyat) Indonesian legistilative assembly.
5593
dprd  (Dewan Perwakilan Rakyat Daerah) Assembly at provincial, regional, or municipal level.
5594
dprgr (Dewan Perwakilan Rakyat Gotong Royong) The Indonesian Parliament (1959-1973).
5595
dpt   (diphteri, pertussis, tetanus) diphtheria, whooping cough, tetanus vaccine.
5596
dpt.  (dapat) can, be able.
5597
dr-   see  also  entries with  der-.
5598
dr.   1. (dari) from.   dr.2, Dr.1 (dokter) doctor (of medicine).  Dr.2 (doktor) doctor (of philosophy).
5599
dra.  (doktoranda) title of woman holding post-graduate degree in humanities below doctoral rank.
5600
draft draft  (of plan, etc.).
5601
dragon    manual water pump.
5602
draimolen carousel.
5603
drainase  drainage.
5604
dram  see  DRUM.
5605
drama drama.
5606
dramatari dance drama.
5607
dramatis  dramatic.
5608
dramatisasi   men-dramatisasi-kan  dramatize, make into a play.
5609
dramatisir    men-dramatisir  dramatize, make into a play.
5610
dramaturg dramatist.
5611
dramaturgi    dramaturgy.
5612
dramawan  stage actor, performer.
5613
dramben   see  DRUMBAND.
5614
drastis   drastic.
5615
drat  1 wire thread. 2 thread of a screw.
5616
drei  k.o. drill.
5617
drell sound of ataccato crackling (gun salvo, etc.).  men-drel spray with bullets.
5618
dressoar  (dreswar)  sideboard, buffet.
5619
drg.  (dokter gigi) dentist.
5620
drh.  (dokter hewan) veterinarian.
5621
dribbel, dribel   men-dribbel  (Sport)  dribble.
5622
dril  k.o. cloth.
5623
drive (drayp)  (Sport)  drive in golf.
5624
drodok    (Coll.) dry dock.
5625
dromedaris    dromedary.
5626
drop  mints, cough-drops.
5627
droping,dropping  allocation, us from outside ordinary channels (direct order of president, etc.).
5628
drs.  (Dokterandus) title of o. holding graduate degree in humanities below doctoral rank.
5629
drum  1 drum. 2 oil drum, canister for chemicals.
5630
drumband  (dramben)  marching band.
5631
ds.   (domine) Protestant clergyman.
5632
dsb.  (dan sebagainya) etc.
5633
dsl.  (dan selanjutnya) and so forth.
5634
dst.,dstnya   (dan seterusnya) and so on.
5635
dt    see  DASWATI.
5636
dt.   (Datuk) title in Malaysia and certain parts of Indonesia.
5637
dtk.  (detik) second moment.
5638
dto.  (ditandatangani oleh)  signed by.
5639
dua   two.  (ber)-dua-dua  1 two by two  2 both.
5640
duai  see  IPAR.
5641
duaja banner, ensign.
5642
dual  1 duel. 2 (Coll.) traffic collision.
5643
dualis    (Ling.) dual.
5644
dualisme  dualism.
5645
duane customs.
5646
dub   see  DAB.
5647
dubang    (Java) saliva reddened by betel chewing.
5648
dubes (Duta Besar) ambasador.
5649
dubilah   (Isl., Coll.)  God forbid !
5650
dubun hyena.
5651
dubur anus.
5652
duda  widower.
5653
dudu  follow s.o., continue on (without looking back).
5654
duduk 1 sit. 2state, situation. 3 live, dwell, reside. 4 settle, go to the bottom (of dregs).
5655
dudut 1. (Java)  pull, tug at. 2. (child language) penis.
5656
duet  duet.
5657
duga  guess, estimate.
5658
dugal (Java) naughty.
5659
dugang    restrain s.t. with a rope so that it will not fall.
5660
dugden    (Java) invulnerable.
5661
dugder    (Java) week-long festival before fasting month.
5662
dugong    dugong.
5663
duh   see  ADUH.
5664
duhai see   ADUHAI.
5665
duilah    /duillah/ (Coll.) My gosh ! (exclamation of surprise or astonishment).
5666
duit  money.
5667
duk   kerchief.
5668
duka  grief, sorrow.
5669
dukacarita    /dukacerita/ tragedy, story with sad theme.
5670
dukacita  profound sorrow.
5671
dukana    taking pleasure in sex, lascivious.
5672
duko  spray paint (for cars, etc.).
5673
duku  lanseh totree or its fruit.
5674
dukuh hamlet.
5675
dukun indigenous medical practitioner, shaman.
5676
dukung    men-dukung 1 carry as o. would carry a child, on the back or straddling the hip (with support of the arm)  2 support, espous (a couse).
5677
dulang    1. food tray. 2. printer's galley.  3. men-dulang feed (a child).
5678
duli  (Lit.) 1 dust. 2 expression in royal tittles.
5679
dulu  1 formerly, previously. 2 first (before doing s.t. else). 3 before, prior. 4 for the time being.
5680
dulur (Java) kin, family.
5681
dum-dum   sound of drum or cannon.
5682
dumel (Java) nag, complain.
5683
dumpis    caps (for toy guns, etc.).
5684
dung  sound of drum.
5685
dungak    see  DONGAK.
5686
dungu 1 dull-witted, mentally slow. 2 gullible.
5687
dunia 1 world. 2 (Bio.) kingdom.  se-dunia the whole world.
5688
duniawi   worldly, secular.
5689
duniawiah worldly, profane.
5690
dunsanak  (M)  relatives.
5691
dup   see  DOP 2.
5692
dupa  incense.
5693
dupak see  DEPAK 1.
5694
duplik    (Leg.) rejoinder, rebuttal.
5695
duplikasi duplication (of effort, etc.).
5696
duplikat  /duplo/ duplicate, carbon copy.
5697
dur   sound of explosion.
5698
duren (Java)  see  DURIAN.
5699
durga Hindu goddess of destruction.
5700
durhaka   rebellious, insubordinate.
5701
duri  1 thorn, burr, spine. 2 fish bone.
5702
durian    durian fruit and tree.
5703
durja see MURAM.
5704
durjana   (Lit.) evil, wicked.
5705
durna 1 (Java) name of character in the wayang, adviser first to o. side and later the other. 2 intrigue-ridden adviser.
5706
dursila   (Java) unethical.
5707
dus   1. shower (bath). 2. (Coll.) so, consequently.  3. see  DOS.
5708
dusel (Java) snuggle up close.
5709
dusi  men-dusi  continue to feel drowsy after nap.
5710
dusin men-dusin  1 be awake. 2 be conscious of, realize.
5711
dusta 1 lie, falsehood. 2 tell a lie.
5712
dusun 1 (Lit.) orchard. 2 village far from urban areas.
5713
dut   (Coll.) dead.
5714
duta  ambassador.
5715
dutawati  ambassadress.
5716
duyun ber-duyun-duyun  in throughs.
5717
duyung    see  DUGONG.
5718
dwi   two (formal and only in certain constructions).
5719
dwiarti   ambiguous.
5720
dwibahasa bilingual.
5721
dwibahasawan  a bilingual.
5722
dwidasawarsa  20th anniversary.
5723
dwifungsi dual function, esp. of the military, referring to its soldierly and political roles.
5724
dwiguna   dual-purpose.
5725
dwihuruf  (Ling.) digraph.
5726
dwikewarganegaraan    dual citizenship.
5727
dwikora   (dwikomando rakyat) The people's two mandates: crush Malaysia and defend the revolution (slogan of Sukarno era).
5728
dwimakna  ambiguous.
5729
dwipekanan    biweekly.
5730
dwisuku   (Ling.) disyllabic.
5731
dwitunggal    duumvirate, two working as o.
5732
dwiwarna  the Indonesian flag, the Red and White.
5733
dwiwulanan    bimonthly.
5734
dynamo    see  DINAMO.
5735
dysentri  see  DISENTRI.
5736
dz    see  also entries with d-. l-.or z-.
5737
e 1.the 5th letter of the alphabet. 2. Ha ! emphatic particle. 3. Hey ! interjection to attact attention or to express astonishment.
5738
e-e   (child language) doo-doo, feces.
5739
e-e-e Say ! interjection of amazement or of being amusingly offended.
5740
ebam  porcelain pot with lid.
5741
eban  see  HEBAN.
5742
ebang see  BANG 2.
5743
ebek  awning.
5744
ebeng seee IBING.
5745
ebi   dried shrimps.
5746
eboh  see  HEBOH.
5747
ebom  see  BOM 1.
5748
ebonit    ebonite.
5749
ebor  see  BOR.
5750
ebro  two- or four-wheeled carriage.
5751
ec.   (ekonomi) economics (used in academic degrees).
5752
ece   make a fool of, kid, make fun of.
5753
ecean kidding, fooling.
5754
ecek  apparently, outwardly.  ecek-ecek not be serious, just appear as.
5755
ecek-ecek k.o. legume.
5756
eceng k.o. water plant with red leaves and edible flowers.
5757
ecer  retail. price of a single item.
5758
eco   (Java) tasty, delicious.
5759
edah  see  IDAH 1.
5760
edan  1 wild, frantic. 2 (Coll.) insane, mad, crazy.
5761
edap  see  IDAP.
5762
edar  1turn, revolve. 2 circle (of flying plane) 3 circulate (of money, etc.).
5763
edisi edition (of book, etc.).
5764
edit  edit (manuscript, etc.).
5765
editor    /editur/ editor (of manuscript, etc.).
5766
edukasi   education.
5767
edukatif  /edukatip/ educative, instructive.
5768
eem-eem   (child language) yummy, tasty.
5769
efectivitas   effectiveness.
5770
efek  1. effect. 2. efek,  efekten (Fin.) share, stock.
5771
efektif   /efektip/ effective.
5772
effekten  see  EFEK 2.
5773
efisien   efficient.
5774
efisiensi efficiency.
5775
egah  glorious.
5776
egois egoist, egoistic.
5777
egoisme   egoism.
5778
egoistis  egoistic.
5779
egol  meng-egol 1 pry up, lift with a lever in a jerky motion. 2 sway o's hips.
5780
egos  meng-egos 1 evade. 2 evade, get around s.t., get out of the way of s.t.
5781
egosentris    egocentric.
5782
egosentrisme  egocentricity.
5783
egrang    stilts.
5784
egung see  GONG 1.
5785
eh    ugh, interjection expressing disgust.
5786
ehm   1. whatsit (particle used to avoid saying actual word). 2. (Coll.) uh-huh, yes.
5787
ei    see  E 2.
5788
eit   exclamation used when trying to avoid physical or verbal attack.
5789
eja   spell.
5790
ejakulasi ejaculation of semen.
5791
ejan  meng-ejan strain abdominal muscles when defecating.
5792
ejawantah visible, manifest.
5793
ejek  mock, ridicule, make fun of.
5794
ek    1. meng-ek  calibrate. 2. oak.
5795
eka   one, single (in formal compounds and slogans).
5796
ekabahasa (Ling.) monolingual.
5797
ekabahasawan  /ekabasawan/ (Lit.) monolingual person.
5798
ekamarga  one-way (traffic, road).
5799
ekamarta  unidimensional.
5800
ekaprasetia-pancakarsa    title of 1978  speech by Suharto, in which he gave his interpretation of the Pancasila.
5801
ekaristi  (Rel.) Eucharist.
5802
ekasila   condensation of the Pancasila into o. principle (1960s).
5803
ekasuku   (Ling.) monosyllabic.
5804
ekawarna  monochromatic.
5805
ekawarsa  o. year.
5806
ekeh-ekeh panting, out of breath.
5807
ekivalen  see  EKUIVALEN.
5808
ekivalensi    see  EKUIVALENSI.
5809
eko   echo.
5810
ekologi   ecology.
5811
ekologis  ecological.
5812
ekonom    economist.
5813
ekonometri    econometrics.
5814
ekonomi   1 economics. 2 economy. 3 household management.
5815
ekonomis  economical.
5816
ekor  1 tail (of animals). 2 classifier used for animals. 3 tail (end) (of kite, parade, train, etc.). 4 follower, adherent, hanger-on. 5 bad consequence, aftermath. 6 the last digits in a lottery number.
5817
ekosistem ecosystem.
5818
eks   1.  1) (Leg.) (cited from. 2) imported from.  2. eks-ex-,  former.
5819
eks.  (eksemplar) copy, issue, number.
5820
eksak /eksakta/ exact sciences (mathematics and physics).
5821
eksamen   (Acad.) examination.
5822
eksaminator   (Acad.) o. who administers an examination.
5823
eksekusi  1 execution, carrying out. 2 execution, putting to death.
5824
eksem /eksema/ eczema.
5825
eksemplar copy (of book), issue (of periodical).
5826
eksentrik eccentric.
5827
eksepsi   (Leg.) demurrer,exception.
5828
ekses excess.
5829
ekshibisi /eksibisi/ exhibition.
5830
eksim see  EKSEM.
5831
eksistensi    existence.
5832
eksistensialisme  existentialism.
5833
eksit exit permit from the immigration office.
5834
ekskavasi excavation.
5835
eksklusif 1 exclusive, select. 2 excluded, without.
5836
eksklusivisme exclusivism.
5837
ekskursi  excursion.
5838
ekskutif  executive.
5839
eksodus   exodus, mass migration out of a place.
5840
eksogami  exogamy.
5841
eksogen   exogenous.
5842
eksotik   /eksotis/ exotic.
5843
ekspansi  expansion (of territory, gas, etc.).
5844
ekspansif expansive.
5845
ekspansionis  1 expansionist. 2 expansionistic.
5846
ekspedisi 1. 1) shipping, forwarding. 2) mail room 9of large institution).  2. 1) expedition, jaunt, campaign. 2)  (Mil.) dispatching of troops.
5847
ekspeditur    shipping agent.
5848
eksperimen    experiment.
5849
eksperimental experimental.
5850
eksperimentasi    experimentation.
5851
eksperimentil see  EXPERIMENTAL.
5852
eksplisit explicit.
5853
eksploatasi   see  EKSPLOITASI.
5854
eksploatir    see  EKSPLOITIR.
5855
eksploitasi   1 development, working. 2 exploitation, use, operation.
5856
eksploitir    meng-eksploitir 1 work, use. 2 exploit.
5857
eksplorasi    exploration.
5858
eksplosi  explosion.
5859
eksplosif explosive.
5860
eksplotasi    see  EKSPLOITASI.
5861
ekspo see  EKSPOSISI.
5862
eksponen  1 (Math.) exponent. 2 exponent (of idea, theory, etc.).
5863
ekspor    export.
5864
eksportir exporter.
5865
ekspos    meng-ekspos expose, reveal, uncover.
5866
ekspose   expose.
5867
eksposisi 1 exposition, fair. 2 exposition, explanation.
5868
ekspres   1 express, fast (public transport). 2 special delivery.
5869
ekspresi  1 expressiveness. 2 expression.
5870
ekspresif expressive.
5871
ekspresionis  expressionist (art).
5872
ekspresionisme    expressionism (art).
5873
ekspresionistis   expressionistic (art).
5874
ekstase   extasy.
5875
ekstensif extensive
5876
ekstern   1 external. 2 not a resident.
5877
ekstra    1. 1) extra, more. 2) extraordinary, in a special way. 3) previws or shorts shown in addition to the main filn.  2. outside of a certain institution.
5878
ekstradisi    extradition.
5879
ekstrak   extract.
5880
ekstrakuliluler   extracurricular.
5881
ekstrane  (Acad.) outside participant in an examination.
5882
ekstraparlementer extraparliamentary.