In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(person)javanés masculinejavanesa feminine
- His strong voice, sharp glare and long gray hair and beard emphasize the strong personality of the Javanese.
- In Natrabu restaurants, where a traditional atmosphere is preserved, most of the employees are Javanese, Sundanese or even Acehnese.
- The Dutch colonized the Javanese for 300 years before they finally pointed their guns on Aceh in 1873.
- While most of the people praying at the Sam Poo Thay Jien altar are ethnic Chinese, most of the people at the Anchor Temple are Javanese.
- He went to the 14 th-century Panataran Temple in Blitar, East Java but found little that could tell him more about gamelan, a musical instrument claimed to be indigenous to the Javanese.
- The language of the kampungs and the street is Javanese, not Bahasa Indonesia.
- He laments the loss and corruption of Balinese language by such factors as illiteracy in the traditional script and the influences of Javanese, Indonesian and English speech-forms.
- Farida said she heard the kidnappers speaking Javanese, the dialect of most of Java Island where many TNI soldiers hail from.
- His children all speak Javanese as well as Indonesian and work in shops.
- A friend from high school even tried to be creative, writing a long message in three languages - Indonesian, Javanese and Sundanese.
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