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MALAY-ENGLISH VOCABULARY.

b-sarkan, to enlange, exalt, magnify. k-b-saran, grandeur, greatness. pakai-an k-b-saran, uniform.
b-serta, together with ; see serta.
b-si, iron.
b-si baja, steel.
b-si b-rani, magnet.
b-si kuda, a horseshoe. fiatu b-si, granite. talii b-si, rust. tukary b-si, blacksmith.
bs-tari (Sk.), polite, accomplished, well-bred.
b-tapa, how; see apa.
b-tara (Sk.), a title given to Hindu gods.
b-tina (87), female (of animals).
b-tiig, sandbank. Cf. tbiry.
b-tis, the lower leg.
buah b-tis f and jantory ~b-tis, the calf of the leg.
b-tul, correct, true, accurate, straight, erect, real, genuine. Cf. lurus. liati b-tul (B.), sincere, honest.
b-tulkan, to straighten, repair.
buah, fruit; numeral coefficient of houses, ships, towns, etc. (83, 84).
buah b-tis, the calf of the leg.
buah chatur, chessmen.
buah liati-lcu, my treasure, a term of endearment.
buah hulii, see bolu.
buah pala, nutmeg.
buah pirygary, the kidneys.
buah p-lir,ihe testes.
buah tim-baryan, weights. anak buah, the dependents of a Malay chief.
ber-buah, to bear fruit.
buah-bua-han (130), fruits.
buai, to rock, swing (as a cradle). Cf. ayun.
bit-aian, a cradle, hammock.
bu-ang, mm-bu-ary, -kan, to throw away, get rid of, waste.
bu-ary arichak, to put out offerings to the spirits; see anchak.
bu-ary ayer, and bu-ang ayer
b-sar, to ease oneself.
bu-ary ayer da rah, dysentery.
bu-aty ayer k-chil, to urinate
bu-ang bini, to put away ones wife.
bu-ary iryus, to blow ones nose.
bu-ary undi, to cast lots.
bu-ang wary, to waste money. sakit bu-ang -bu-ary ayer, diarrhoea.
buas, wild, fierce, ferocious (of animals). Cf. liar.
buat, ber-buat (116), mm-buat (100), to do, make, cause.
bu-at-buat, to pretend.
buat retyan, frivolous.
bua-tan, manufacture.
bua-tan Ai-ropa, European make. per-bua-tan, deed, act, action.
bu-aya, crocodile.
buboh, mm-buboh, to put, place, lay. Cf. Itak and taroh.
bubok, wood-maggots, weevils.
bubol, mm-bubol, to make or mend nets.
buboig, see burnbory.
bubor, gruel, broth.
bubu, a fish-trap of rattan.
budak, child, boy or girl.