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The common native Malay term for "flower" is biXnga; sdri (Javanese sari, Sansk. kesara) and puspa (Sansk. pushpa) have been borrowed from India. English or Latin. MANUAL OF THE MALAY LANGUAGE. English or Latin. *3 24 English or Latin. Liquidambar MANUAL OF THE MALAY LAJSUUAGK MANUAL OF THE MALAY LANGUAGE. 25 and paldsang are Malay names for trees of not one of which corresponds botanically with the Sanskrit paldsa (Butea frondosa, a tree which is held by Pdlas, paldsa, different kinds, list The preceding holy).
MANUAL OF THE MALAY LANGUAGE. 48 IV. PRONOUNS. The proper use of the personal pronouns and of the nouns which are used for them presents some difficulty. * * i. Aku, 2. Sahaya (lit companion, slave 3. Hamba (lit. slave), or 4. Perhamba 5. Beta 6. Patek 7. T&ui I. (lit. (lit. (lit. (lit. ; Sansk. sahdya). master's slave). (lit. hamba tuan lowest slave). slave). slave). companion). The appropriate use of these pronouns is dependent upon the relative positions of the persons between whom communication takes place.
Pergi sana, if one is ; French " on " 51 and German orang ; as orang tiada berani kalau orang handak kawin, POSSESSIVE PRONOUNS. The possessive pronouns, my, thy, his, our, your, their, are usually denoted by placing the personal pronoun after the word expressing the object possessed ; as rumah sahaya, my house pada pikir-an hamba, in my opinion apa pen-chari-an angkau ? what is your occupation ] apa nama dia ? what is his name % Possessive pronouns are also formed by the word punya or ; ; ampunya (lit.