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MALAY-ENGLISH VOCABULARY.

ber-bakti, devout, loyal.
k-bakti-an, loyalty, devotion.
bakul, basket. Cf. kranjang, garing and raga.
ba-la" (Ar.), trouble, affliction, calamity; also bla.
bala (Sk.), soldiers, an army.
bala tnt-ra, an army.
balai, a hall, the roof resting on pillars, and not enclosed by walls; a police station (Penang and Perak).
balai-rong or balai ruang, a kings hall of assembly.
balak (D.), a beam, baulk.
balang, a long-necked bottle.
balar, whiteness of the skin, as of an albino.
balas, mm-balas, -kan, to send a reply, recompense (good or evil), return, revenge, reward.
balas dndam, to revenge oneself.
balas urat, to answer a letter.
bala-san and pm-bala-san, reward, requital, revenge.
balau, a timber tree.
baidi (Hind.), iron pail.
baldu, see bludu.
balek, ber-balek, to turn (163), return; (B.) on the contrary. Cf. kmbali,
balek sakit, relapse.
putar balek, shuffling, prevarication.
balek-kan, to turn round or upside down, upset.
baligh (Ar.), adult, at the age of puberty; also akal baligh.
balu, widow, widower; usually janda. Cf. bujang.
balut, mm-balut, to wrap, bandage. Cf. barut and bbat.
bambu, the bamboo; see buloh and aur.
bami (Chin.), Chinese vermicelli with meat and vegetables.
banchi, poll-tax, census.
bandar (Pers.), a seaport town, shah-ban dar, harbour-master.
ban-darsah (Ar.), a village mosque; see mandarsah. Cf. surau, and msjid.
banding, a match, counterpart, peer, compeer; to compare; also bandingkan.
bangat, quick, rapid, hurried. Cf. chpat, Ikas, dras, lajic and pantos.
bangat-kan, to hurry a person,, or work.
bangau, heron.
bangkai, carcase, corpse. Cf. mayat.
bangkit, ber-bangkit, to rise (to a standing posture or as dust), rise from the dead (X.).
bangkit-kan, to raise up, rouse up.
k-bangki-tan , resurrection ( X . ) .
bangku (Port.), a bench, stool.
bangsa (Sk.), a race, nation,, people, caste, good breeding.
ber-bangsa, of good birth, noble.
bangsal, shed.
bangsal kuda, stable.
bangsat, vagabond, tramp, pauper.
bang-sawan (Sk.), noble, of good birth.