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<poem> o'rarg du'sun, a man from the country. o'rarg ga'ji, a hired man, ser- vant. o'rarg gi'la, lunatic. o'rarg liu'lu, people of the in- terior. o'rarg lin'tan, wild man of the jungle, uncouth fellow. o'rarg Is' lam, a Mohammedan. o'rarg ja'ga, a watchman. o'rarg ja'min, one who stands bail. o'rarg ka'fir, unbelievers (non- Mohammedans), a term of opprobrium. o'rarg ka'ya, rich man; a title of Malay chiefs. n'rtng k-ba'rya-kan, the com- mon people, the majority. o'rarg Krix'lcii. Christians. o'rarg ku'lit hi'tam, dark- skinned races. o'rarg la'ut, sea-faring men, a tribe of Malays. o'rarg War, wild tribes. o'rarg ma'na, which manĀ ? who? o'rarg nia'ti, a corpse. Cf. may at. o'rarg mu'da, young man, youth. o'rarg niu'min, the faithful, believers. o'rarg pen' dele, a short person. o'rarg pu'teli, white-skinned races, Europeans. o'rarg sa'kai, an aboriginal tribe of the Malay Peninsula. o'rarg sa'lah, convict, prisoner. o'rarg s-kam'porg, neighbours. o'rarg S-ra'ni, Eurasian. Cf. o'rarg t'rgali, middle-man, mediator. o'rarg tu'a, old man. father, parents. o'rarg -u'pa-lian, day labourer, hired-man. ba'ryak o'rarg, many persons. bu'kan ba-rarg-ba' rarg o'rarg, no- ordinary man, a remarkable person. lier'id o'rarg, another person's property. ka'ta u'raig. it is said. Cf. ko- nun. neg'ri o'rarg, a country other than one's own. s 'o'rarg, a person, someone. s 'o'rarg a'kan ' o'rarg, with one- another. s'o'rarg di'ri, alone. s' o'rarg du'a, one or two per- sons. s'o'rarg I' pas s'o'rarg, one after another. s'o'rarg s'o'rarg, one at a time.. ba'rarg s'o'rarg, whoever. o'tak, brain. o'tak tu'larg, marrow. o'to (B.) (Chin, io-to'}, binder for children. , ier-o'yorg-o'yorg, swaying,, staggering. pa', father. Cf. bapa and ayah~ pa'chai, species used on bodies- when buried. pa'chai, slave. pa'chat, the small jungle leech. pa'chu, in-nia'cliu, a spur, goad;, to spur on, urge on. pa'da, sufficient, satisfactory. Cf.. chulcop. m-ma'da'i, to suffice. pa'da, at, on, to, according to. deri-pada, see den. k-pa'da, to (usually of per- sons).