Chinese loan-words in Malay and Indonesian

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University of Malaya Press , Kuala Lumpur
StatementRussell Jones
ContributionsDouglas, Carstairs, 1830-1877, Barclay, Thomas, 1849-1935, Indonesian Etymological Project
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LC ClassificationsPL5079 .J66 2009
The Physical Object
Paginationxiv, 284 p. :
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Open LibraryOL24535367M
ISBN 139789831000749
LC Control Number2009323741
OCLC/WorldCa470363648

This is a register of twenty thousand loan-words in Indonesian and Malay, deriving from Sanskrit, Arabic, Persian, Hindi, Tamil, Chinese, Portuguese, Dutch, English and Japanese. Given for each are the Indonesian or Malay headword, the word in the source language, and, for foreign scripts, the page where it is to be found in a bilingual dictionary of the source : Hardcover.

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This is a register of twenty thousand loan-words in Ind 5/5. All material from Loan-words in Indonesian and Malay is copyright Koninklijk Instituut voor Taal- Land- en Volkenkunde, and used by their permission.

Please visit the LWIM page at. Russel Jones, Chinese Loan-Words in Malay and Indonesian. A Background Study, Kuala lumpur, University of Malaya,p., illustrations, tables, and maps, isBn the present volume belongs to the indonesian etymological Project which was established in the agreed aim was the compilation of seven lists of loanwords (sanskrit, arabic and Author: Claudine Salmon.

Chinese loanwords in Malay and Indonesian languages in the main are derived from South Fujian dialects. In the eight Malay-Indonesian dic-tionaries studied, I have found altogether Chinese loanwords, of which a rough check has shown at least to be derived from South Fujian dialects, representing % of the total Chinese vocabularyCited by: 2.

Loan-words in Indonesian and Malay KITLV Indonesian imprints: Contributors: Indonesian Etymological Project, KITLV Office Jakarta, Yayasan Obor Indonesia: Publisher: Yayasan Obor Indonesia, ISBN:Length: pages: Export Citation: BiBTeX EndNote RefMan4/5(2).

A study of Chinese loanwords (from South Fujian dialects) in the Malay and Indonesian languages In: Bijdragen tot de taal- land- en volkenkunde / Journal of the Humanities and Social Sciences of Southeast AsiaCited by: 2. rows  The Malay language has many loanwords from Sanskrit, Persian, Tamil, Greek.

22 rows  It is notable that some of the loanwords that exist in both Indonesian and Malaysian. Malay (Malaysia and Indonesia) amuck (or amok) batik. cockatoo, from Malay kakatua, via Dutch. gingham, borrowed from Malay into Dutch (ginggang), and from Dutch into English. gong. ketchup, from kicap, meaning "fish sauce.".

launch, a type of boat. Get this from a library. Chinese loan-words in Malay and Indonesian: a background study. [Russell Jones]. From: Loan-Words in Indonesian and Malay, ed.

by Russell Jones (KITLV Press, ), ignoring the far too numerous loans from Arabic, Dutch, and English. Chinese aci (Amoy) elder sister ahsiu (Amoy) dried, salted duck a i (Amoy) aunt (addressing younger than speaker's mother) akew (Hakka) term of address for boy ('little dog') amah (Amoy) female.

Contextual translation of "book" into Malay. Human translations with examples: page, buku, ebuku, ebuku, hantu, fontface, bukupage, uid buku, buku kpp, buka buku.

Indonesian as spoken today is in fact a standardized dialect of Malay, an Austronesian language. full of Arabic, Dutch, Chinese and Sanskrit vocabulary and characterized by its absorption of loan words and readiness to create neologisms. Though there is a standardized version of the language, spoken on newscasts and printed in the national.

Baraza III: Swahili Conference at SOAS School of Oriental and African Studies University of London 14 October Martin Walsh University of Cambridge Evidence for early Malay and Malagasy loanwords in Swahili 1 Introduction A history of speculation “Swahili retains only a few Indonesian words, among others kambi ‘camp’ and kiazi, older kilazi and.

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Indonesia is the fourth most populous nation in the speakers: 43 million ( census). Loanwords from English to Malay in the Field of Mathematics 67 The chi-squared test statistic for the single-word loanword data comes toyielding a p-value of This indicates that there is strong evidence of a significant difference in the tendencies for the mathematics books towards different types of single-word loanwords.

Malay (Bahasa Malaysia in Malaysia, Bahasa Melayu in Brunei and Singapore) is the sole official language of Malaysia and Brunei, and one of the four official languages in rd Malay in these countries is closely related to the form of Malay that is the national language of Indonesia (), and speakers of both languages can generally understand each other, but the.

Get this from a library. Loan-words in Indonesian and Malay. [Russell Jones; Carstairs Douglas; Thomas Barclay; University of London. Indonesian Etymological Project.; Koninklijk Instituut voor Taal- Land- en Volkenkunde (Netherlands);] -- DVD-ROM contains "Facsimile edition of: 'A Chinese-English dictionary of the vernacular or spoken language of Amoy ' by Rev.

Arabic, Japanese, Indonesian and Javanese loanwords in Singapore Colloqual English lexicon. Posted By Dr. Biagio Faraci on 21 October This charming and interesting wording is probably the result of a curious lexical hybridization (Indonesian + malay). Indonesia • Other%spoken%languages:%% – Javanese%(75,%speakers),%% – Sundanese(27,),%% – Malay%(20,),%% – Madurese(13,),%%File Size: KB.

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Thanks to Anwarul Adzizi Adeni for volunteering to read the Malay sentences. In the eight Malay-Indonesian dictionaries studied, I have found altogether Chinese loanwords, of which a rough check has shown at least to be derived from South Fujian dialects, representing % of the total Chinese vocabulary found in the Malay and Indonesian languages.

The reason why South Fujian dialect loanwords form such. the development of Malay as one Indonesian language among numerous others, but must confine myself to dealing with the history of Malay in historical time.

For the same reason I must pass over the relation-ship between Malay and Bahasa Indonesia in silence. As has already been said chronologically speaking the most importantFile Size: 1MB. Hokkien Chinese Loan Words in Tagalog. Fukien Chinese immigrants introduced these words into the Philippines.

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All Malay words are written in English and Malay script (Rumi) so that in the case of difficulties the book can simply be shown to the person the user is trying to communicate with.

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It is considered to be a language family of closely related forms that are mutually intelligible, but which are nevertheless considered separate languages. It is estimated that there are some Sanskrit loanwords in modern Indonesian, 1, Arabic loans, some of Persian and Hebrew origin, some words of Portuguese (also Spanish and Italian) origin loanwords from Dutch[22] The vast majority of Indonesian words, however, come from the root lexical stock of its Austronesian (incl.Malay words for book include buku and kitab.

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