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A'nak a'pi a'rgin A'yam A'yer Arabic auxiliary verb ayer b-ha'sa B-ra'pa B-ri b-sar b-si ba'ik Ba'ju Ba'rarg Ba'tu Ba'wa Bin'targ boat Bu-arg Bu'ah Bu'ka Bu'lan Bu'lu Bu'rga bulu Chinese cloth coco-nut coeff d-hu'lu D'rgan da'rah Deri Deri-hal derived forms di'ri Du'a dun'ia fruit ha'ri ha'ti Her'ga hi'dop Hikayat hu'kum hu'tan husk i'ni ja'lan Ja'ri Ju'ru k-la'pa k-pa'la K-ras K-re'ta K'na Ka'in ka'ki Ka'pal ka'yu kha'bar ku'da Ku'rarg kun'chi La'gi Ma'kan ma'lam ma'nis Ma'sok ma'ta ma'ti Malay Malay language Malay Peninsula Malay title Min'ta mu'da Mu'ka mu'lut Na'ik native neg'ri neyri numeral coefficient O'rarg one's oneself Pa'sarg palm Penang Pers person phrase pin'tu Port prefix rice root Ru'mah S-ka'li S'o'rarg Sa'kit Sa'rorg sa'tu sail Sampan sau-da'ra Sb'lah sdar ship short vowel sound Su'dah Su'rat suffix syllable t-lor Ta'hun Ta'li Ta'nah ta'rgan thing Ti-a'da tidor Tigah tion Tm'pat tree Tu'karg usually verb vocabulary vowel warg words yarg
Page 33 - G-lam', the name of a tree, the bark of which is used for caulking boats. G-laig', bracelet, anklet. G-larg kr,'ki, anklets. G-larg
Page xi - In many of the vulgar dialects the above rule docs not hold good ; and it should be observed that some scholars deny it altogether, maintaining that in derivatives the accent as a rule remains on the same syllable on which it stood in the root. When these suffixes are added to a word, the last syllable of which is open, this syllable becomes accented and consequently long ; the vowel of the penultimate, if previously long, is shortened : eg, mengátä, mengutui ; pетШа, perkätäan. me. mem...
Page 31 - Ga'lah, a long thin pole such as is used on native boats for poling or mooring them.
Page ix - This plan of having a different system for romanizing foreign words causes great confusion in a vocabulary and has been avoided as far as possible in this work. Such words will be found spelt phonetically according to the Malay pronunciation.
Page 35 - Gu'lilg, ber-gn'lirg, to roll; usually to roll along as a wheel; to roll oneself on the ground.