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aka imt^ (oh my) frieud Ifdit, ktt t tt'i pruilent ihou, frirml f H4ttfiifit H, ttkil t H'f* vi'tnt my friend, mi H tt biltit*4f Ultll Hi K f«to|) ill du'elliii«^ voure. (') There also, no doubt, the primitive language has nil I re or lees died out. M* T^Ioxtan'O, does not think he can yet answer the f|uestion. Kw., lilam, sleeping-place ; Jav., tilem, to sleep ; Sund., tilam f any- thing spread out ; Day., tilam aku ( See I ) tepong. Jav., hina, fault ; Sund., hina ka-handak, wish, in- tention. Jav., obat ; Sund., obat, gun- powder, ubar^ me- idicine ; Mak. Jav., anchur; Mak., anchuru ; Day., anchor ENGUSH, SULU, AND MALAY VOCAOUt ''W Englisk, Memory Metid, to Menbl ; slave Mention, to Meniioiieii Merely Merry Message Metaphor Stilu. 2»ibot *schaj5 daiyau daiyay ib Arat Me Wj to (as a eat) *mciigiaii Midday dohilir ; oktu Middle ; between li Agitflng Midnight Midwife Might ; power Mild (temper) Milk Milk, In Million, a Mimic, li» Minc L', In tcngilh dom p Andei • kw Asa t Recollm) 3 Synd.. * siput Must sobei Mullet b&n Sk Mutiny * drdhka Mystery ; secret * rdhisa ( To be continuet ERRATUM METEOROLOGICAL REPORT, FOR THE YEAR 1885. He easily nnder- fttood his Manthra (*) g[uido, when the hitter spoke Malay to him ; but ho could eatoh but very few words when the same individual conversed with his wild countrymen. str^ L Bis., sang] Stihaja r 'ibarat (-4* meng*hiyii 1 {dhahor (Ar tengah m Si {Sec Apt,) {kuasa. ity) rriomo Ui Aw Ak pi\h^ 'nv^ \l\K\^ 1ak'i • aki'il Mind, thr Mint I, lu ; li Lcil Miiulj U5 ; Inukalur ipat Mi IK" ; niy k. [ The following report, heing of poniianent scientific vahic, is hero reprint- ed from tiie Government Gazette, lil.] 1.

He is satisfied that the Manthraa have a peculiar accent which mny ari? Father Pixokt, who has lived fttv a lon^]^ time in Malacca and visited all tho irdaud tribcrt^ told M. Vku ;-ku Mi,scar Tiai;c p-*«^-p'Vi^ Mist;liir[ fi'ina mat ENGLISH, SULU, AND MALAY VOCABULARY. Tlio report for the year 1885 gi^es the results of the rbservations taken at Sinj:]^apore, Penaiig, Province Welles- ley and Malacca, and embraces the following meteorological elements : — I.

Must wo that these wild pei (^) amid tltcir forests, the same author ha» detecteil acortaiu ntnnbtu* «»t' wonb foreij»u to Malay.

Still njore munt tbi-i Ikivo been the va^e in Ln/on, The evi- Jenee given on ihi» puiot by de la Fl'Evtk, {^) has lately been fully cuiiiirmed by the researches of Dr, Montajto, who has kindly |da j Mirole forentjerw/' (L'Abb?

* To Bttfe, quote«i by PRICHAAD^ ■ftf t/tr P/ii/*it'ui flhto.y (tf . Malay, 379 M Machine mikinl Maggot ok A Magic * hikmftt rhikmat (Ar.), Jav.

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At all events, it h an interest iu^i problem to Rolve, ami we hoartily wlnb that Messrs, Man and Tkmple may pursue rese^rebt^ wbicli bave already leil them to 8neh eurious results Tbuu^di 8eattt»red from tbe Andaman lalauda to the Pbiltppini*8, the Negrito tribes have retained, in a remarkable manner, ^11 lhi*fr exterior and o»k M»lo^»cal ebaracteri«tic K.

It ia otherwise with re* (i) Xtf Tnrr rf nfomwf, *M\m C*lition, ? ]t Bc^eius to tne probable that these hitter were m many surviving wttne»8es of the primitive lanj TUf Lge.

Piiui* pimgo, etc., are but Mi*lay dialect* more or less coiisiild of Kepung, neiu* Mulaccat in ttie Mi Uuy Penui Huhi. 2811.^ (a) Thij^ langiiofre m culleil bn Aitft kujwr (cjinipbor lan^fuag L-)* Loo AN found it employeil juulalwuv H the Kaiu Lr, hy thntrit«i D^: made* for thtw trc^ti. Montaxo alw5 m Mitict Ui^ thit* Iujij*^uajrt* m hif^ uo U^ autl hjm»11^ it ** buhtn^o-htpout J' Niame«tc aud Lau»iaii vocabularu'^ |»ubiiiihe(i hy Lajiiam (*) aod cuuld uot trace « ay resemblauce.

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