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MALAY-ENGLISH VOCABULARY.

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budi (Sk.). wisdom, prudence.
budi bi-chara, wise discretion.
budi b-hasa, tact and politeness. a kal budi, intelligence.
ber-lnidi, wise, prudent.
bu-diman (Sk.), wise.
bueh, foam, scum, froth.
Bugis, A Malayan race inhabiting the island of Celebes.
bujang, unmarried, single, a bachelor or widower. Of. janda.
bujok, 1nm-biijok, to coax, entice, persuade: also pujok.
bujor, lengthwise, the long: way, as opposed to lintairj, transversely.
buk, see buku.
buka, mm-buka, to open, uncover.
bukn jalan, to lay out a road.
bukn kain, to take off clothes.
buka k-dai, to set up a shop.
buka layer, unfurl sails.
buka pu-asa, to break off or cease fasting.
buka rahsi-a, to reveal a secret.
buka to pi, to raise or take off ones hat. ter-buka (110), opened.
bukan (69, 70), not, is not. are not.
bu-kan -buka n, non-existent, of no account.
bukit, a hill. Cf. changkat. kaki bukit, the foot of a hill. orang bukit, wild tribes.
buku, joints (as of the fingers), knots in wood, lumps.
buku (Eng.), a book. Also buk.
bulan, the moon; a month.
bulan datang and bulan dpan, next month.
bulan d-liulu, and bulan lalu, last month.
bulan g-lap, when the moon is invisible.
bulan per-nama, full moon.
bulan timbul, new moon.
bulan t-raig , moonlight.
bulan?, mm-bulaig, to wrap or wind anything round with cloth. Cf. bbat and balut.
bulat, round, spherical, cylindrical.
bu-lat-bulat, entirely. dtyan s-bu-lat-bulat hati, with the whole heart.
bu-li-buli, a small, long-necked bottle. Cf. balary.
buloh, bamboo, of many kinds. Cf. aur and bambu.
buloh bangsi, the Malay flute.
buloh p-rindu, a?olian pipe.
bulu, feathers, down, wool, hair of the body. Cf. rambut and roma.
bulu k-nitr/, eyebrows.
bulu lanilak, the quills on a porcupine ; when removed from the animal they are called duri I an dak.
bulu niaia, eyelashes.
biClu roma, hairs on the human body.
bulu tnfkok, the mane (of a horse). layer bulu ayam, the Malay latteen sail. ulat bulu, hairy caterpillar.
bumbong, the ridge of a roof, a roof: usually bum-bongan, sometimes bubory and bubongan. tulang bumbong, ridge pole.