malayˈmeɪ leɪ, məˈleɪ
Malay, Malayan (noun)
a member of a people inhabiting the northern Malay Peninsula and Malaysia and parts of the western Malay Archipelago
a western subfamily of Western Malayo-Polynesian languages
Malay, Malayan (adj)
of or relating to or characteristic of the people or language of Malaysia and the northern Malay Peninsula and parts of the western Malay Archipelago
"Malay peoples"; "Malayan syllable structure"
A person of Malay ancestry, referring to a diverse group of Austronesian peoples inhabiting the Malay archipelago and Malay peninsula in Southeast Asia.
Type of mild curry made with yoghurt and fruit, usually pineapple or lychee.
of or relating to the Malays, a people living in Brunei, on the eastern coast of Sumatra, the islands of Bangka and Belitung, the Riau archipelago and the coastal areas of Kalimantan in Indonesia, in most of Malaysia (states where they are politically dominant), in Singapore and in the southernmost provinces of Thailand.
of or related to Malaysia, its people and/or culture.
in, of or otherwise relating to Malay, a generic name for the languages spoken by Malays.
The Malay language, an Austronesian language spoken by most Malay people and in states they dominate.
The Malay is a breed of chicken originating in Asia, most likely in northern Pakistan. These birds are cousins of Asil. It is unknown why they were called Malay, but perhaps because of a mistake by the former East India Company, when they introduced that exotic new breed around 1570. In Asia, the Malay chicken is usually found only in rural areas and villages. It is sometimes referred to as "kampung" chicken. In the Borneo region of Sabah, Sarawak and Brunei, the Malay chicken is called Sigun. In north West Pakistan these are called Sadalay meaning big docile or gentle giants. The Malay Chicken is sometimes used as fighting cocks in cockfighting. Today, in the West the Malay is mainly kept for participation in poultry shows by breeders. It is considered a hard-feathered, gamefowl breed. The Malay has an upright stance, a well muscled form and a large skull with a cruel expression. Nowadays they are selected to be better egg-layers than in the 1970s with 70 to 120 eggs annually for a young hen and older hens laying only 30 to 55 eggs.
Bahasa Indonesia Definitions:
1ja·wi n lembu; sapi;
bagai -- terkurung, pb sangat gelisah atau kurang senang krn terpingit atau terikat oleh adat
2ja·wi n Sas Melayu: bahasa --; huruf --;
-- pekan peranakan orang Hindia dan Melayu;
men·ja·wi·kan v menerjemahkan ke dl bahasa Melayu: ~ kitab-kitab Arab
3ja·wi n beringin yg banyak sekali akar tunjangnya dan banyak tumbuh di tepi sungai atau telaga; Ficus rhododendrifolia;
ja·wi-ja·wi n jawi
Me·la·yu n suku bangsa dan bahasa di Sumatra, Semenanjung Malaysia, dan di pelbagai daerah di Asia Tenggara;
-- pasar bahasa Melayu rendah yg dipakai sbg bahasa pengantar dl pergaulan umum; -- pasaran Melayu pasar; -- Polinesia rumpun bahasa besar yg meliputi suatu daerah kepulauan luas yg di bagian barat dibatasi oleh bahasa-bahasa di Madagaskar, di utara oleh bahasa-bahasa penduduk asli Taiwan, di selatan oleh bahasa-bahasa di Indonesia, dan di timur oleh kepulauan yg paling timur di Oceania, yaitu Pulau Paskah; Austronesia; -- rendah Melayu pasar; -- tinggi bahasa Melayu resmi; bahasa Melayu standar