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n
n, the 14th letter of the alphabet.
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n.a.
/en a/ [numpang alamat] (Coll.) c/o, in care of.
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n.b
[nota bene] nota bene.
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na
see NAH.
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naar-boven
/naar bofen/ (Coll.) go to mountain resort areas, esp. for sexual adventures.
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naas
unlucky, ill-omened.
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nabatah
(Biol.) vegetable kingdom.
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nabati
concerning plants, phyto-.
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nabi
1 (Rel.) prophet. 2 (Islam) Muh. and other important religious figures.
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nabiah
(Rel.) prophetess.
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nabrak
see TABRAK.
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nabtun
(Lit.) a plant.
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naco
see NAKO.
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nada
1 intonation. 2 tone, note. 3 (Ling.) pitch.
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Nadapol
[Narapidana Politik] political prisoner.
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nadar
see NAZAR 1.
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nadi
(Med.) pulse, artery.
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nadir
1. rare, unusual. 2. supervisor, inspector.
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nadzar
see NAZAR 1.
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nafakah
see NAFKAH.
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nafas
breath.
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nafi
(Lit.) me-nafi-kan deny.
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nafiri
1 k.o. valveless ceremonial trumpet us. part of royal paraphernalia. 2 (Bib.) k.o. trumpet.
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nafkah
1 basic necessities of life. 2 money given to o.'s wife (or divorced wife) for household expenses.
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nafsi
personal, individual.
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nafsu
natural appetite or desire.
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naftalin
naphthalene.
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naga
dragon.
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naga-naganya
apparently.
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nagari
(M) see NEGERI.
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nagasari
k.o. rice-flour cake stuffed with banana bits and steamed in banana leaves.
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nah
1 Here. 2 See !(particle implying acceptance of o.'s advice or oponion. fact, common knowledge, etc.). 3 Now then (a particle introducing a new topic of conversation).
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nahas
see NAAS.
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Nahdatul-Ulama
/Nahdlatul Ulama/ Association of Muslim Scholars, a Muslim political party of 1970's.
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nahi
(Islam) prohibition, forbiden.
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nahu
(Lit.) grammar.
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naib
(Islam) mosque official, deputy of local religious affairs.
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naif
naive.
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naik
1 climb, ascend, go up (on). 2 rise, be on the increase. 3 suddenly flare up. 4 ride s.t.
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naim
/na'im/ delighful, pleasant.
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najam
see NUJUM.
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najis
1 (Islam) defiling filth, s.t. which, if touched, make o. unfit for prayer. 2 excrement. 3 (Coll.) dirty.
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nak
1. see ANAK. 2 see HENDAK.
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naka-naka
sing by turns.
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nakal
1 naughty, mischievous. 2 wanton.
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Naker
[Tenaga Kerja] work force, manpower.
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nakhoda
(Naut.) ship's captain.
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nakir
see NANGKIR.
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nako
jalousie window.
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naksir
(Sl.) have an eye for, be attracted to.
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nalam
song, poetical composition.
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nalar
1 logical reasoning. 2 reasonable.
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Nalo
[Nasional Lotere] National Loterry.
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naluri
instinct.
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naluriah
instinctive.
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nam
see ENAM.
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nama
1 name. 2 fame, title. nama-nya 1 that is just another name for. 2 what else would o. expect (considering what k.o. thing it is).
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nambi
1 yaws. 2 skin rash.
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nambor
(Coll.) name-plaque.
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namnam
k.o. fruit-bearing tree.
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nampak
visible, evident. nampak-nya apparently.
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nampan
tray.
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namun
yet, however.
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nan
(Lit.) which, a particle between a noun and its modifying adjective.
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nanah
suppuration, pus.
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nanak-nunuk
(Java) slow-moving (person), slowpoke.
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nanap
1 with wide-open eyes. 2 amazed.
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nanar
1 confused. 2 angry.
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nanas
pineapple.
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nanda
see ANAKANDA.
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nang-ning-nong
sound of metallic resonance (e.g. gamelan, bell, etc.).
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nangka
jackfruit.
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nangkir
(Islam) o. of the two angels that observe and record o.'s deeds.
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nangkring
see TANGKRING.
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nanti
1 wait. 2 later, presently. 3 presently at (such-and-such a time), to(night), this (noon, afternoon, etc.). 4 next, it might happen that (so watch out).
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nantiasa
see SENANTIASA.
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nanyang
/nan-yang/ the overseas Chinese, esp. of S.E. Asia.
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napal
k.o. clay (eaten for medicinal purposes).
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napas
1 roan (of horses). 2. see NAFAS.
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napekah
see NAFKAH.
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napi
1. [narapidana] inmate, prisoner. 2. see NAFI.
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Napoli
Naples.
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napsi
see NAFSI.
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napsu
see NAFSU.
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naqli
(Islam) reference to relevant citation from Koran.
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naradakwa
accused, defendant.
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naraka
see NERAKA.
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narapidana
1 convict, prisoner, prison inmate. 2 (Leg.) convicted criminal.
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narapraja
gvt. official.
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narasumber
resource person, informant.
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Narayana
1 a boyhood name of Kresna. 2 (Lit.) (time) of o.'s youth.
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narkose
narcotics.
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narkotika
narcotics.
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narsisisme
narcissism.
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narwastu
spikenard oil.
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nas
(Islam) authoritative quotation (from the Koran).
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nasab
1 lineage, descent (in the male line). 2 (family) tie.
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nasabah
1 customer, client. 2 relationship.
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nasakh
abrogated.
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Nasakom
[Nasionalisme, Agama, Komunisme] "Nationalism, Religion, Communism," political concept in Sukarno era.
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nasar
1 vulture. 2 see PENASARAN.
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nasarani
see NASRANI.
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nasehat
see NASIHAT.
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nasgitel
[panas legi kentel] (Sl.) hot, sweet, and syrupy.
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nasi
1. 1) cooked rice. 2) a meal (of rice). 2. see NATIE.
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nasib
fate, destiny.
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nasihat
advice, admonition.
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nasion
nation.
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nasional
national.
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nasionalis
nationalist, nationalistic.
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nasionalisasi
nationalization.
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nasionalisir
me-nasionalisir nationalize.
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nasionalisme
nationalism.
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nasip
see NASIB.
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naskah
1 manuscript. 2 document, original text.
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nasofaring
(Anat.) nasopharynx.
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nasrani
1 Christian. 2 (Lit.) Portuguese, of Portuguese creole descent.
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Natal
Christmas. Natal-an Christmas celebration.
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natalitas
birth rate.
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natang
(Lit.) small window, opening.
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natar
basic color, background.
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natie
/nasi/ (Lit.) nation.
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natijah
(Lit.) core issue (of argument, etc.).
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natirlek
(Coll.) of course, naturally.
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nato
[naskah asli ditetapkan oleh] (Leg.) certified to be a true copy by.
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natura
in kind.
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naturalisasi
naturalization.
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naturalisme
naturalism.
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naturel
neutral-colored shoe polish.
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naudu-billahi
/nauzu-billahi, naudzu-billahi/ (islam) I find protection in God, God bless us, God forbid that I should ever do it ! (uttered when hearing of a despicable act or fact).
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naung
1 shadow, shade. 2 shelter, protection.
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nautik
nautical.
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nautika
nautical science.
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nautis
nautical.
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navigasi
navigation.
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navigator
navigator.
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nayaga
see NIYAGA.
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nayuban
see TAYUB.
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nazam
poem, composition.
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nazar
1. (Rel.) vow (to do s.t. if prayer is gratted). 2. eagle.
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nazir
see NADIR.
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ndableg
/ndablek/ (Java) 1 stubborn. 2 thick skinned.
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ndak
1 (Coll.) no, not. 2. see HENDAK.
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ndang-ndut
see DANG DANG DUT.
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ndoro
(Java) master, term of address for a member of the aristocracy.
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ndoroisme
feudal attitude.
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nduk
(Java) see GENDUK.
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ndut-ndutan
(Coll.) pulsate, throb (with pain, etc.).
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ne
(China) term address for o.'s mother.
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nebeng
(Jakarta) 1 sponge off s.o. 2 hitchhike.
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necis
(Coll.) neat, well groomed.
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Nederlan
/Nederland/ the Netherlands.
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nefo,nefos
[new emerging forces] newly independent countries (Sukarno-era term).
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neg.
1. [Negeri] country. 2 [Negara] nation, state.
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negara
state. tamu-negara state guest. negara-berkembang developing country. negara-hukum constitutional state. negara-terbelakang underdeveloped state.
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negarawan
statesman.
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negasi
negation.
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negatif
/negatip/ negative.
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neger
/neher/ (Coll.) Negro, a black (esp. in colonial period).
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negeri
1 country, land. 2 (M, E. Indonesia) village. 3 state-owned, state-run.
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negosiasi
negotiation.
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neher
see NEGER.
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nek
1. 1) too rich (foods). 2) indigestion due to greasy foods. 2. see ENEK. /ne`k/ see NENEK.
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neka
see ANEKA.
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nekad
see NEKAT.
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nekar
marbles.
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nekara
(Lit.) kettledrum.
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nekat
determined, to do s.t. no matter what, ready to take serious risks.
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nekel
see NIKEL.
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neko-neko
(Java) 1 all k.o. things. 2 do diverse things unnecessarily.
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Nekolim
[Neokolonialisme, Kolonialisme, Imperialisme] Neocolonialism, Colonialism, Imperialism (Sukarno-era term).
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nekrologi
necrology.
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nelangsa
(Java) arousing pity.
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nelayan
fisherman.
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nelongso
pathetic.
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nem
see ENAM.
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nempil
(Java) buy s.t. from a place of business that does not normally sell that item, e.g. buy (uncooked) rice from a food stall.
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nemplok
1. position o.s. 2. 1) lean on. 2) depend.
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nemu
see TEMU 2.
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nen
see NAN.
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nenas
see NANAS.
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nenda
see NENEKANDA.
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nenek
1 grandmother, great-aunt. 2 (In some regions) grandfather, great-uncle. 3 respectful term of reference and address (esp. as nek) for elderly persons (esp. women) and, in some areas, dangerous wild animals, e.g. tigers, etc.
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nenekanda
/nenenda/ grandmother (esp. in letters).
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nener
young milkfish.
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neng
(Jakarta, Sunda) polite form of address to younger woman.
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neng-nong
sound of metallic ringing (e.g. railway crossing bells, gamelan, etc.).
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neo
neo-. neo-kolonialisme neocolonialim.
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neolitis
neolithic.
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neologisme
neologism.
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neon
fluorescent or neon light.
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neonisasi
provision of flourescent lamps for street lights.
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nepotisme
nepotism.
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neraca
1 pair of scales. 2 balance.
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neraka
1 hell. 2 destruction, misfortune.
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nerawang
translucent, lacy.
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nerimo
(java) passive, acquiescent to o.'s fate.
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nerocos
see CROCOS.
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nesan
see NISAN.
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nestapa
sorrow, grief.
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net
1. clear, precise. 2 (Sport) net.
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netral
1 neutral. 2 uncommitted, nonaligned.
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netralis
neutralist.
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netralisasi
neutralization.
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netralisir
neutralize.
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netralisme
neutralism.
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netralitas
/netralitet/ neutrality.
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netron
see NEUTRON.
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netto
(Fin.) net.
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neurolog
(Med.) /nerolokh/ neurologist.
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neurologi
(Med.) /nerologi, nerolokhi/ neurology.
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neutron
/netron/ neutron.
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neven
ancillary (of an organization).
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ng-
see also entries with k-.
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ngabehi,ngabei
(Java) title of nobility.
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ngaben
(Bali) cremation.
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ngablak
open wide.
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ngabrukin
(Jakarta) slam or set s.t. down with a crash.
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ngabuburit
(Sunda) seek amusement and distractions while waiting for day's fast to end.
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ngacau
see KACAU.
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ngaceng
(Coll.) 1 be erect. 2 have an erection.
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ngacir
1. flee, run away. 2. (Coll.) 1) in disarray. 2) helter-skelter.
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ngaco
1. (Coll.) talk at random, talk without knowing what o. is talking about. 2. see KACAU.
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ngadak-ngadak
make a fuss.
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ngadat
1. break down, sulk, go wrong. 2. 1) make a fuss, cry and be naughty. 2) not run properly (of car).
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ngahari
see GAHARI.
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ngai
(China) I.
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ngak-ngik-ngok
/ngak-ngik-nguk/ 1 sound of cacophonic music. 2 low grade music (esp. pop music).
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ngakak
boisterous laughter.
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ngalor-ngidul
(Java) in all directions, without direction.
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ngambek
pout, mope.
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ngambreng
have a pervasive odor.
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ngambul
(Java) sulk.
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ngamen
1 beg while singing playing musical instruments or reciting prayers. 2 be persistent (like a singing beggar).
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ngana
(Coll., Menado, N. Maluku) you (singular).
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nganga
agape.
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ngangeni
see KANGEN.
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ngangut
mumble to o.s.
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ngantek
1. (Java) until. 2. (Coll.) be a lackey.
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ngantuk
see KANTUK.
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ngap-ngap
gasp for breath, pant.
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ngapa
(Coll.) see MENGAPA.
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ngarai
(M) chasm, gorge.
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ngarep
see HARAP.
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ngarit
see ARIT.
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ngarsa-dalem
/ngarso dalem/ (Java) the sultan (of Yogya).
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ngarti
(Jakarta, Sunda) understand, comprehend.
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ngaung
sound of s.t. resonating (airplane, etc.).
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ngawur
do s.t. haphazardly or without basis.
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ngayau
see KAYAU 1,2.
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nge-
see also entries with e-. or the root alone.
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ngeak
sound of a baby crying.
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ngebet
(Coll.) want s.t. intensely, desire s.t. very stroungly
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ngebluk
see KEBLUK.
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ngebodoin
(Jakarta) see BODO 2.
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ngeden
(Java, Jakarta) strain during bowel movement.
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ngedumel
grumble, complain under o.'s breath.
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ngek-ngek
sickly.
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ngel-
see also entries ngl-, l-.
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ngelantur
1 stray (from a path). 2 digress.
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ngelayap
(Jakarta) wander around.
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ngelayat
make a visit of condolence.
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ngeledek
(Jakarta) tease.
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ngelendot
hang on to (arm, sarong edge, etc., e.g. a child hanging on to his mother).
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ngelesot
(Java) sit on the ground or floor.
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ngelindur
(Java, Jakarta) talk in o.'s sleep.
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ngelmu
esoteric knowledge.
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ngeloneng
see LONENG.
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ngelotok
(Jakarta) burst open (of fruit).
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ngeloyor
1 (Jakarta) slither. 2 (Coll.) leave without saying goodbye.
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ngelu
(Java) have a headache.
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ngeluyur
1 loaf around, stroll about without purpose. 2 hang around.
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ngemong
see EMONG.
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ngemut
see KEMUT 2.
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ngenes
(Java) deeply saddened.
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ngengap
gasp for breath, pant.
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ngengat
moth.
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ngenger
(Java) live with s.o. (esp. relatives) and do chores in return for room and board.
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ngengkel
see ENGKEL.
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ngentit
(Coll.) shortchange s.o. cheat s.o.
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ngentot
see ENTOT.
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ngenyek
see ENYEK.
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ngeong
meow.
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ngepas
1 try clothes on. 2 fit (of clothes). 3 be just enough.
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ngepiah
see PIAH.
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ngepot
see KEPOT 1.
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ngepres
1 tight (of clothing). 2 urgent.
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nger-
see also entries r-.
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ngeram
see ERAM.
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ngeran
see KERAN 4.
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ngereh
(Java) boss around.
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ngerem
see REM.
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ngeres
1 (Java) unpleasant or irritating sensation due to sand or dust (of sand in o.'s sheets, dust in o.'s eyes, etc.). 2 (Coll.) touching, sad.
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ngeri
1 horrified. 2 horrifying.
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ngerokok
smoke s.t.
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nges
(Java) very agreeable.
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ngeslong
see SLONG.
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ngetem
wait for sufficient numbers (of passengers).
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ngeteng
see KETENG.
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ngetop
be on top.
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ngetrek
1 operate a public vehicle along such a route. 2 drive a vehicle very fast.
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nggak
(Coll.) no, not.
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ngglenggem
see GLENGGEM 2.
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nggreges
see GREGES.
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nggrengseng
see GRENGSENG.
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ngiang
sound of whining or steady humming.
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ngiau
meow.
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ngibrit
(Coll.) run out of a place.
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ngibul
tell a lie.
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ngicip
see ICIP.
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ngijo
see IJO 1.
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ngik-ngik
1 sound of squeaking or screeching (e.g. asthmatic wheezing, violin screeching, etc.). 2 suffer from asthma.
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ngikik
see KIKIH.
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ngiler
see ILER.
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ngilu
pain, smart.
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ngincer
see INCAR.
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ngiprit
(Sunda) marry a beautiful woman who is in reality a supernatural snake that can make her husband rich.
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ngirab
see KIRAB 2.
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ngiung-ngiung
1 sound of a siren, etc. 2 motorcade.
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ngl-
see also with kl-, l-.
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nglomprot
be sloppy.
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nglunjak
insolent, impertinent.
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ngluyur
see KELUYUR.
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ngo
(China) I.
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ngobrol
see OBROL.
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ngoceh
talk nonsense.
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ngocok
(Coll.) 1 shake, mix, rub. 2 masturbate.
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ngok
(Jakarta, Sl.) loud smacking kiss.
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ngoko
(Java) speech level of Java used among intimates or when speaking to certain people of lower status.
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ngolor
see KOLOR.
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ngomel
see OMEL.
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ngomong
see OMONG.
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ngompol
wet the bed or o.'s pants.
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ngompoli
make s.t. wet by urinating in it.
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ngompyang
grumble angrily (continuously).
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ngoni
(Coll., Menado, N. Maluku) you (plural).
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ngorok
snore.
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ngos-ngosan
(Coll.) gasp and pant.
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ngot-ngotan
1 unpredictable. 2 furious.
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ngotot
see OTOT 2.
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ngowos
(Coll.) 1 leak (of a tire). 2 talk nonsense.
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ngoyo
(Java) exert o.s.
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ngrasani
(Java) backbite, gossip about.
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ngreh
(Java) look down on.
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ngrewes
(Java) tidak-ngrewes indifferent.
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ngublak-ngublek
(Java) turn upside down to find s.t.
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ngubleg-ngubleg
(Java) pester s.o.
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ngudang
(Java) coo, talk babytalk.
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nguing-nguing
sound of siren.
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nguler
wormlike.
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ngunduh
see UNDUH.
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ngungu
sound of repeated sobbing, choking etc.
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ngupil
1 pick o.'s nose. 2 form scab on a wound.
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ngurek
1 (Java) gnaw. 2 (Coll.) be inguisitive.
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ngut-ngut
(Lit.) nervous movement of mouth, twitch.
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ngutngit
gnawing.
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ni
(Bali) respectful title for women. 2. (China) you. 3 see NIH.
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niaga
commerce, trade.
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niagawan
trader.
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nian
very, really.
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niat
intention, plan, aim. berniat intend.
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nibung
k.o. palm, the nibong.
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NICA
/nika/ [Netherlands Indies Civil Administration] postwar adminitrative system imposed by the Dutch in occupied territories.
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nifas
1 childbirth, porturition. 2 (Islam) the 40-day period after childbirth during which sexual intercourse is forbidden.
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nigong
dental plaque, film adhering to teeth.
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nih
1 particle pointing to s.t. nearby. 2 see INI.
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nihil
nothing, nil.
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nihilis
nihilist.
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nihilisme
nihilism.
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nihilistis
nihilistic.
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nik
see NONI.
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nikah
1 marriage, wedding. 2 marry.
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nikel
nickel (metal).
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nikmat
1 comfort, luxury. 2 deeply enjoyable, pleasant. 3 (Islam) grace.
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nikotin
nicotine.
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Nil
Nile.
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nila
blue dye, indigo.
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nilai
1 price, value. 2 school grades. 3 percentage, ptoportion. 4 moral value.
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nilakandi
1 sapphire. 2 sapphire blue, azure.
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nilam
1. k.o. shrub yielding fragrant oil, patchouli. 2. see BATU. 3. see BURUNG.
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nilem
see NILAM 1.
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nilep
take s.t. on the sly.
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nilon
nyilon.
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nimbrung
(Coll.) join on in conversation where o. is not wanted, butt into discussion.
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ninabobo
/ninabobok/ lullaby.
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ning
see NENG.
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ning-neng
/ning-nong/ sound of jiggling such as horse drawn carriage, etc.
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ningrat
nobility, aristocracy.
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ningratisme
feudal way of thingking and behaving.
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nini
see NENEK.
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ninik
(China) term of address for liitle girl.
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ninik-mamak
(M) village elders.
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ninitowok
/ninitowong/ (Java) 1 k.o. spirit possession involving figure made of coconut shell. 2 such a figure of coconut shell.
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NIP
[Nomor Induk Pegawai] 1 official registry number of civil servants. 2 letter of appointment for civil servant
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nipah
thatch palm, nipa palm.
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nipis
1. see TIPIS 1. 2. see JERUK.
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Nipon
(Coll.) Japan.
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nir
1. (Coll.) kidney. 2. (Lit.) not, non.
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nira
sap obtained by tapping inflorescences of various palms used to make sugar.
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nirair
anhydrous.
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nirakal
insensible.
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nirarti
meaningless.
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nirasa
apathy.
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nirbangun
amorphous.
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nirbau
odorless.
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nirbhaya
without danger.
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nirgelar
nondegree.
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nirhawa
without air.
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nirlaras
disharmonious.
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nirleka
prehistoric.
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nirmala
clean, pure.
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nirmana
mode.
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niru
1. see TIRU. 2. see NYIRU.
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nirwana
nirvana.
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nirwarna
colorless.
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nisan
gravestone.
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nisbah
1 family name, name descriptive of origin or relationship. 2 (Fin.) ratio.
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nisbi
/nisbiah/ relative, proportionate.
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niscaya
certainly, surely.
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niskala
abstract, immaterial.
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nista
1 insult, abuse. 2 stigma. 3 insulted, humiliated.
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nitis
1 ( Java) become incarnate. 2 (Coll.) descend into o.'s offspring (of traits, etc.)
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nitrat
(Chem.) nitrate.
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Niugini
see PAPUA NUGINI.
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nivo
the level of s.t.
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niyaga
/niyogo/ (Java) performers in gamelan orchestra.
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njelirit
(Java) form a thin line, like a thin line.
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njlimet
see JELIMET.
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NKK
[Normalisasi Kehidupan Kampus] a gvt. measure to reduce student militancy in late 1970's.
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Nn.
[nona] Miss.
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no
(China, Jakarta) two, in commercial transactions. no-ban 20,000. no-cap twenty. no-ceng 2,000.
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noban
see NO.
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nobat
royal drum used at installation ceremonies.
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nocap,noceng
see NO.
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noda
1 stain, spot of dirt. 2 shame, disgrace.
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nodul
/nodule/ (Med.) nodule.
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nojos
(Jakarta) perforate, pierce.
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nok
see DENOK.
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noktah
1 dot, poiunt. 2 period (of punctuation)
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nol
nought, zero.
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nomade
/nomaden/ nomad, nomadic.
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nombor
see NOMER.
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nomenklatur
nomenclature.
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nomer
1 number. 2 issue (of a periodical). 3 number in a musical show.
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nominal
nominal (in statistics, research, mathematics).
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nomor
see NOMER.
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nompang
see TUMPANG.
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nomplok
(Coll.) be s.w. in large quantities.
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non
1. (Pol.) noncooperative. 2. nun. 3. see NONI.
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non-aliansi
nonalliance.
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non-eksakta
(Acad.) pertaining to humanities and social sciences rather than exact sciences
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non-formal
/non-formil/ 1 outside the regular system, irregular. 2 (Coll.) informal.
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nona
1 miss, unmarried European, China, or Westernized well-to-do Indonesian girl in Western dress. 2 term of address for such women. 3 (Ambon) unmarried woman.
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nonaktif
inactive, laid-off.
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none
(Jakarta) see NONA.
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nongkrong
1 (Coll.) squat. 2 (Coll.) sit around doing nothing , hang out. 3 idle, not in use.
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nongol
(Jakarta) stick the head out, appear, be conspicious.
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noni
/nonik/ (Coll.) 1 young girl, esp. European or in European clothes. 2 affectionate term of address for such a girl, esp as nik or non.
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nonius
(Tech.) vernier.
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nonok
(Jakarta, Vulg.) vagina.
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nonpribumi
of foreign descent, nonnative (esp. referring to ethnic Chinese).
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nonsen
nonsene, ridiculous.
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nonton
see TONTON.
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nonya
see NYONYA.
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noot
/not/ see NOT.
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Nopember
November.
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nopol
[nomor polisi] vehicle registration number.
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nora
/norak/ (Jakarta) tacky, in bad taste, vulgar, lower than normal.
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norit
general term for carbon-based medicine for stomach problems.
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norma
norm, standard.
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normal
normal.
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normalisasi
normalization.
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norotos
sound of firecrackers.
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Norwegia
Norway.
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nostalgi
/nostalgia/ nostalgia.
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nostalgis
nostalgic.
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not
musical note.
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nota
1 note. 2 statement of account, bill. 3 memorandum.
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nota-bene
nota bene.
--------------------
notariat
office of notary.
--------------------
notariil
notarial.
--------------------
notaris
notary public.
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notasi
notation.
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notes
small notebook, notepad.
--------------------
notifikasi
notification.
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notilen
minute, notes (of a meeting).
--------------------
notok
1. (Java) to the very end. 2. see TUTUK.
--------------------
notulen
see NOTILEN.
--------------------
notulis
recorder of the minutes of a meeting.
--------------------
novel
novel.
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novela
novella.
--------------------
novelis
novelist.
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novis
novice.
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novisiat
novitiate.
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nr.
[nomor] number.
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NRI
[Negara Republik Indonesia] Republic of Indonesia.
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nrimo
see NERIMO.
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NRP
[Nomer Registrasi Pokok] soldier's registration number.
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ntar
(Coll.) see SEBENTAR.
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NTB
[Nusa Tenggara Barat] Western Lesser Sundas.
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NTR
[Nikah, Talak, Rujuk] be married, divorced, and recorciled.
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NTT
[Nusa Tenggara Timur] East Lesser Sundas.
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NU
[Nahdlatul Ulama] Association of Muslim Scholars, a Muslim political party of the 1970s.
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nuansa
nuance.
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nubuat
(Rel., Islam) prophecy, divine revelation.
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nudis
nudist.
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nudisme
nudism.
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nuduh
see TUDUH.
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nuftah
(Biol.) germ, sperm.
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nugat
nougat.
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Nugini
see PAPUA NUGINI.
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Nuh
(Bib.) Noah.
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nujum
fortune-telling, esp. with stars.
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nukhter
objective, balanced (of views, etc.).
--------------------
nukil
1 quotation, quote. 2 excerpt.
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nuklir
(Phys.) nuchlear.
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nul
see NOL.
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numpang
see TUMPANG.
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numplek
1 pour out, empty all at o. time. 2 be splled out, be in a huge crowd in a place.
--------------------
nun
(Lit.) younder.
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nunak-nunuk
(Coll.) 1slow in doing s.t. 2 snoop around.
--------------------
nuntius
papal nuncio.
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nunut
(Java) ride along with.
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nur
(Lit.) light, ray of light.
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nuraga
sympathy.
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nurani
1 lustrous, illuminated. 2 pure. 3 inner.
--------------------
nurbisa
(Lit.) antidote, esp. charm or incantation against venom.
--------------------
nuri
k.o. parrot.
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nurmala
see NIRMALA.
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nus
k.o. flat-headed squid.
--------------------
nusa
island, esp. in island names.
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Nusakambangan
a penal island off the S. coast of Java.
--------------------
nusantara
1 archipelago. 2 the Indonesian Archipelago.
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Nusra
[Nusa Tenggara] the Lesser Sundas.
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Nusrabar
[Nusa Tenggara Barat] Western Lesser Sundas.
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Nusrateng
[Nusa Tenggara Tengah] Central Lesser Sundas.
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Nusratim
[Nusa Tenggara Timur] East Lesser Sundas.
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Nusteng
[Nusa Tenggara] the Lesser Sundas.
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nusus
/nusyur/ (Islam) disobedient (of wives, esp. with regard to granting of conjugal rights).
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nutrisi
nutrition.
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nutrisionis
nutritionist.
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nuzulul-qur'an
(Islam) day commemorating descent of the Koran.
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NV
[Naamloze Vennootschap] Inc., Ltd.
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ny-
see also entries with s-, c-.
--------------------
Ny.
[Nyonya] Mrs.
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nya
see NYONYA.
--------------------
nyabun
see SABUN 1.
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nyadran
see SADRAN.
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nyah
1 see ENYAH. 2. see NYONYA.
--------------------
nyaho
(Jakarta) 1 know, understand. 2 find out the hard way.
--------------------
nyai
1 term of reference and address for concubine of european or China in colonial period. 2 (Java) respectful term of address to older woman.
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nyak
1. (Jakarta) term of address and reference for o.'s mother. 2. see NYONYA.
--------------------
nyala
flame.
--------------------
nyalang
clear (of vision).
--------------------
nyalangwadi
(Java) arousing suspicion, having s.t. secret about it.
--------------------
nyale
see SALAI.
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nyali
1 gall, bile. 2 guts, daring o. shows in a crisis situation.
--------------------
nyaman
pleasant, comfortable.
--------------------
nyambi
see SAMBI.
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nyamikan
/nyamii'an/ 1 (Java) sweet anacks, candy. 2 (Coll.) mistress.
--------------------
nyampang
in case, just in case, by chace.1 supposing that, if 2 (Lit.) although.
--------------------
nyampoh
k.o. tree.
--------------------
nyamuk
mosquito. nyamuk-pers newspaper reporter.
--------------------
nyana
expect, presume, think.
--------------------
nyandu
see CANDU.
--------------------
nyang
(Coll.) see YANG 1.
--------------------
nyangkut
nyangkut
--------------------
nyanyah
(Java) me-nyanyah chew.
--------------------
nyanyi
sing.
--------------------
nyap-nyap
(Jakarta) angry.
--------------------
nyaring
1 high-pitched, piercing. 2 (Ling.) sonorant.
--------------------
nyaris
nearly (of s.t. unpleasant).
--------------------
nyaru
disguised.
--------------------
nyasar
see SASAR.
--------------------
nyata
1 obvious, evident. 2 real, tangible.
--------------------
nyatut
see CATUT.
--------------------
nyawa
life-sustaining principle, soul.
--------------------
nyawang
(Java) look.
--------------------
nyekar
see SEKAR.
--------------------
nyelang
see NYALANG 1, SELANG 1.
--------------------
nyelekit
(Java) offensive, tending to hurt o.'s feeling.
--------------------
nyelonong
see SELONONG.
--------------------
nyemek-nyemek
become soggy.
--------------------
nyemplak
go to a prostitute.
--------------------
nyengir
turn up o.'s nose, make a wry face (due to s.t. distasteful).
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nyengir-nyengir
see CENGIR.
--------------------
nyeni
see SENI 1.
--------------------
nyentrik
1 eccentric, act in such a way that o. stands out as different. 2 (Coll.) stick out, be different from every o. else.
--------------------
nyenyai
loosely woven.
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nyenyak
be sound (of sleep).
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nyenyeh
(Java) suppurating, not healing well (of wound).
--------------------
nyenyep
very quiet.
--------------------
nyepi
1. last day of Balinese calendar, when no work is done. 2. see SEPI.
--------------------
nyepor
see SEPUR.
--------------------
nyepret
see CEPRET.
--------------------
nyepur
(Coll.) go by train.
--------------------
nyeri
painful, sharp (pain).
--------------------
nyerimpung
see SERIMPUNG.
--------------------
nyerocos
see CROCOS.
--------------------
nyetek
see SETEK.
--------------------
nyi
(Java) respectful title for women.
--------------------
nyilu
see NGILU.
--------------------
nyinyir
talkative, fond of chatting.
--------------------
nyiplak
see CIPLAK 1.
--------------------
nyiru
k.o. flat basket.
--------------------
nyiur
(Lit.) coconut.
--------------------
nylentik
see SLENTIK.
--------------------
nylon
see NILON.
--------------------
nyok
(Jakarta) see AYO.
--------------------
nyolnyolan
(Coll.) unladylike (of coarse, mannish behavior).
--------------------
nyolok
see COLOK 2.
--------------------
nyolong
see COLONG.
--------------------
nyolot
be blazing with anger.
--------------------
nyong
1 (Ambon) young man. 2 (Ambon) polite term of address for males younger than speaker. 3 (Jakarta) term of address among intimate male friends.
--------------------
nyontek
cheat on exams.
--------------------
nyonya
1 Mrs. (esp. of non-Indonesian, i.e. China, foreigners). 2 lady. 3 (Coll.) wife. 4 term of address (esp. as nya or nyah) for China and Western women.
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nyora
(E. Indonesia) term of polite address for certain women of high status (e.g. minister's wife, etc.).
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nyrempet
see SEREMPET.
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nyruput
sip noisily, slurp.
--------------------
nyungsep
fall or slip down in mud headfirst.
--------------------
nyureng
see CURENG.
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nyut
sensation of stabbing pain.
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nyutnyut
(Java) be soggy (of s.t. that was crisp.).
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