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Vocabulary of the language spoken at Anjenga, on the coast of Malabar, called at Batavia, the high or proper Malay

A VOCABULARY of the LANGUAGE spoken at ANJENGA, on the Coast of MALABAR, called at BATAVIA the high or proper MALAY.

Veiloo, The sun.
Saoo, The moon.
Nacaistrum, The stars.
Vanum, The sky.
Vaigum, The clouds.
Menal, Lightening.
Eeree, Thunder.
Tanee, Water.
Maya, Rain.
Tee, Fire.
Cairo, Land.
Manizen, A man.
Oroopinnoo, A woman.
Talla, The head.
Otehe, The crown of the head.
Talla moodee, The hair of the head.
Mocom, The face.
Naitee, The brow.
Canna, The eyes.
Cadoo, The ears.
Moco, The nose.
Caowda, The cheeks.
Waa, The mouth.
Choondoo, The lips.
Pailoo, The teeth.
Nacoo, The tongue.

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