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Achinese

Definition of the noun Achinese

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proper noun

  1. A Malayo-Polynesian language spoken in Aceh, Sumatra, Indonesia.

Explanation

Achinese a.k.a. Aceh Language: Acehnese language is a Malayo-Polynesian language spoken by Acehnese people natively in Aceh, Sumatra, Indonesia. This language is also spoken in some parts in Malaysia by Acehnese descendents there, such as in Yan, Kedah.

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Google previewCompendium of the World's Languages (2013)

by George L. Campbell, Gareth King

For because Achinese uses either sabab (Arabic) or kareuna (< Sanskrit). Word Order Achinese is a generally SVO language, though other orders are possible. Bandum manusia lahee bebah merdeka deungon hak ngon martabat nyang I6 ...

Google previewResearches Into the Physical History of Mankind (1847)

by James Cowles Prichard

The Rejing appears to have been formed by a mixture of Batta and Malay, and the Lampong by Malay and Batta, blended with a certain proportion of Javanese; the Achinese is a mixture of Batta and Malay, with the idiom of some Indian nation ...

Google previewResearches Into the Physical History of Mankind: Researches into the history of the Oceanic and of the American nations (1847)

by James Cowles Prichard

The Rejing appears to have been formed by a mixture of Batta and Malay, and the Lampong by Malay and Batta, blended with a certain proportion of Javanese; the Achinese is a mixture of Batta and Malay, with the idiom of some Indian nation ...

Google previewCompanion Encyclopedia of Asian Philosophy (2002)

by Dr Brian Carr, Brian Carr, Indira Mahalingam

aCHINESE. MARXISM«. Arif Dirlik The thought ofMao Zedong (1893¥1976) stands attheintersection of two histories:a globalhistory that, beginning inthelate nineteenthcentury, intruded with increasing forcefulness on Chinese thinking, and ...

Google previewThe treasury of languages, a rudimentary dictionary of universal philology [signed J.B.]. (1873)

Dialects are known as Amroynese Malay, Menang Karaw, or Sumatran Malay, Achinese and other Polynesian forms. *** All languages spoken in the Indian or Malay Archipelago [except those of the Galela group], and not directly ...

Google previewA Dictionary of Language (2001)

by David Crystal

Ahkhaz: Ahkhaz; Georgia Accadian: Akkadian Achehuese; Achinese Achinese: Achinese; Indonesia Acholi: Acholi; Lango; Nilo-5aharan Adyge: Adygey Adygey: Adygey; Jordan; 5yria; Turkey Adyghe: Adygey Afar: Djihouti; Ethiopia Afghan: ...

Google previewDictionary of the Political Thought of the People's Republic of China (2016)

by Henry He

aChinese. Literature of the 20th Century ̄« by Huang Ziping, Chen Pingyuan, and Qian Liqun in September 1985, many literary critics reflected upon previous studies of modern Chinese literature. A number of earlier conclusions, long ...

Google previewCompanion Encyclopedia of the History of Medicine (2013)

by W. F. Bynum, Roy Porter

aChinese. medicine« (Ch. 32),aTropical diseases« (Ch. 24),aDrug therapies« ( Ch.39), or. aNursing«. (Ch.54). Cross-referencing within each chapter, and the copious index, provide furtherinternal maps and signposts.Itmight, however, be ...

Google previewBiographical Dictionary of the History of Technology (2002)

by Lance Day, Ian McNeil

aChinese. Chippendale«. Chippendale«s later workwasmore neo-classical, much ofit produced atthe request of Robert Adamfor the many greathouses whose interiorshe wasre-designing inthe 1760s and 1770s. From a technical viewpoint, ...

Google previewA Descriptive Dictionary of the Indian Islands and Adjacent Countries (1856)

by John Crawfurd

The celebrated Dampier, who visited Achin in 1688, and whose account of it continues even now to be the most full and accurate we possess, observes that the Achinese had of late, encouraged by the example of the Indians, who in ...

Google previewThe New International Encyclopaedia (1906)

by Daniel Coit Gilman, Harry Thurston Peck, Frank Moore Colby

While undoubtedly Malays, the Achinese, like several other peoples of the East Indies, may have a strain of Arab blood. In the seventh century the Hindu missionaries introduced civilization, and many emigrants from India settled here.

Google previewEncyclopedia of the Age of Imperialism, 1800-1914: A-K (2008)

by Carl Cavanagh Hodge

The Achinese continued a guerrilla campaign until 1907 when the region was finally pacified. FURTHER READING: Robertson, J. B., and J. Spruyt. A History of Indonesia. New York: St. Martin's, 1967. CARL CAVANAGH HODGE Action ...

Google previewThe Concise Oxford Dictionary of Linguistics (2007)

by P.H. Matthews

AlCtlOi' lSCli'L Achinese 6 Achinese *Austronesian language spoken at the northern end.

Google previewComparative Austronesian Dictionary (1995)

An Introduction to Austronesian Studies by Darrell T. Tryon

ATJEH, ATJEHNESE, ACHINESE, ACHEHNESE. Dial. BANDA ACEH, BARUH, BUENG, DAJA, PASE, PIDIE (PEDIR, TIMU), TUNONG. Class. WMP, AcehChamic, Aceh. Loc. Indonesia, Sumatra. Northern, Aceh Province, northern ...

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