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MALAY-ENGLISH VOCABULARY.

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gila babi, epilepsy.
bacha, mm-bacha, to read.
bachang, the horse mango.
badak, the rhinoceros.
badam (Pers.), the almond.
badan (Ar.), the human body. Cf. tuboli.
bagai, kind, sort.
ber-ba-gai-bagai (115), pl-bagai, ba-gai-bagai, of various kinds.
s-bagai, the same kind, even as, like.
bagaimana, see bgimana.
bagan, (Penang) landing stage ; see pangkalan
baghal (Ar.), mule.
bagi, to, for, towards; (Penang) to give, cause = kasi.
bagitu, see bgitu.
bagus, beautiful, fine, nice.
bah, flood, inundation. Cf. sbak.
bahang, radiant heat.
bahkan, yea, moreover.
baht-ra (Sk.), state bange; ark (X.).
bahu, shoulder.
bahwa (Sk.) (138). a punctuation word ; see bhawa.
bahya or bahi-a (Sk.), danger, peril. Also mara bahya.
bai-duri (Sk.), certain precious stones, opals, cats eyes, etc. Cf. manikam.
baik, good, well; (B.) in good health.
ba-ik-baik. be careful.
baik. . baik . . , both . . and . .
baik-lah. all right.
baik paras, handsome.
ada baik? (B.) are you well?
jaga ba-ik-baik, be careful.
khabar baik, lit., good news, a reply to salutation; see khabar.
mm-bai-ki (103), to mend.
k-bai-kan, goodness.
bait (Ar.), house, in certain phrases, as:
ba-itullah, the house of God.
Baitul-mu-kadis, Jerusalem.
baja, manure.
mm-baja, to manure.
baja (Sk.), steel.
b-si baja, steel.
bajak, plough. Cf. tnggala.
mata bajak, ploughshare.
tangkai bajak, plough handle.
baji, wedge.
bajik, only found in its derivative:
k-baji-kan, virtue, good deeds, welfare, advantage.
baju, coat, jacket. Cf. jubah.
baju dalam, underwear, vest.
baju rantai, coat of mail.
baju zirah, coat of mail.
tangan baju, sleeve.
baka, origin, birth, breeding.
baka (Ar.), eternal, imperishable, as opposed to fana, perishable. Cf. kkal.
bakar, mm-bakar, -kan, to burn, roast. Cf. hangus.
bakar b-si. to make iron hot.
ter-bakar, burnt.
bakau, mangrove.
baki (Ar.), surplus, remainder, cash balance.
bakong, lily.
baksis (Pers.), present.
bakti (Sk.), loyalty, loyal service, devotion.