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By William Edward Maxwell

ISBN-10: 1409912981

ISBN-13: 9781409912989

Sir William Edward Maxwell (1846-1897) of the internal Temple, Barrister-at-Law; Assistant Resident, Perak, Malay Peninsula, used to be the writer of A handbook of the Malay Language (1882).

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Daka and andaka. , and Malg. kala; Bat. kala; Mak. patikala. J. and S. gayak; Bat. gak; Mak. kala; D. kak. J. and S. merak; Mak. muraka; D. marak. J. ongsa; S. gangsa. S. japati; Bat. darapati; Tag. palapati; Bis. salapati. J. kokila. Perhaps the Malay word harîmau (Kw. rimong; Bat. arimo, tiger-cat; D. harimaung, panther), a tiger, may have been formed from Hari (Krishna or Vishnu) and mṛiga (an animal). , Kṛishṇa-mṛiga (the black antelope), mahâ-mṛiga (an elephant). The terms in use for “horse” and “sheep” seem to indicate that those animals were first brought to Malay countries from India.

Sorigala; J. segawon, a dog. J. and Mak. unta; S. onta. Kw. daka and andaka. , and Malg. kala; Bat. kala; Mak. patikala. J. and S. gayak; Bat. gak; Mak. kala; D. kak. J. and S. merak; Mak. muraka; D. marak. J. ongsa; S. gangsa. S. japati; Bat. darapati; Tag. palapati; Bis. salapati. J. kokila. Perhaps the Malay word harîmau (Kw. rimong; Bat. arimo, tiger-cat; D. harimaung, panther), a tiger, may have been formed from Hari (Krishna or Vishnu) and mṛiga (an animal). , Kṛishṇa-mṛiga (the black antelope), mahâ-mṛiga (an elephant).

Mangifera indica, mango mampelam from Telugu, mampalam; Sansk. mahâphala, “great fruit” âmra (the mango, Mangifera indica); âmrâta (Spondias mangifera) dâḍima and dâlima J. pelem; S. ampelem. Spondias myrobolan (ormangifera) âmra Punica granatum, pomegranate Zizyphus jujuba Cucurbita lagenaria, gourd, pumpkin Tricosanthes laciniosa Cassia fistula Emblica officinalis dalîma bidâra vidara lâbû alâbu J. widara; S. bidara. S. labu; Bat. tabu-tabu; Malg. tawu. patôla paṭola biraksa malâka vṛiksha (a tree) âmalaka (Emblic myrobalan) S.

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