1 day ago · It is spoken natively by approximately 33 million people throughout the Malay Archipelago and is used as a second language by an estimated 220 million. The oldest form of Malay is descended from the Proto-Malayo-Polynesian language spoken by the earliest Austronesian settlers in Southeast Asia.
19 hours ago · They speak the Iraya language which is part of the North Mangyan group of Malayo-Polynesian languages, though it shows considerable differences to Tadyawan and Alangan, the other languages in this group. There are 6,000 to 8,000 Iraya speakers, and that number is growing.
Today · Bakung: ·child (a female or male child, a daughter or son)··Romanization of ᬳᬦᬓ᭄.
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1 day ago · The other Timorese Papuan languages are spoken in the east of Timor. Because of the language diversity in the region, the Bunak people are able to speak at least one of the Malayo-Polynesian languages fluently (in East Timor, Tetum is the lingua franca), while their surrounding neighbors rarely learn the Bunak language.
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Today · From Proto-Malayo-Polynesian *hapin (“ liner; layer; insulation ”). Pronunciation . Hyphenation: a‧pin; IPA : /ˈʔapin/ Noun . ápin. leaves placed at the bottom of a clay pot, on the inside, as a protective lining before rice is poured into it to be cooked. Synonyms (leaves placed inside a clay pot before cooking rice): ap-ap
1 day ago · Dutch: ·(chiefly uncountable) artemisia, any herb of the genus Artemisia.· (uncountable) the buds and flowers of the artemisia plants, used as a herb··sourness
1 day ago · Today, the population is approximately four million, of whom about one million are Montagnards. The 30 or so Montagnard tribes in the Central Highlands comprise more than six different ethnic groups who speak languages drawn primarily from the Malayo-Polynesian, Tai, and Austroasiatic language families.