Asin, salt, saltish, salted. Daging asin, salt meat. Chi asin salt water, the water of the sea.
Asongkěn, to push forward, to shove along, to push on to -to set afighting.
Asrah, to surrender, to submit, to give one self up, to ask for mercy; yielded, submitted. Sarahken in Sunda is also to give up, to surrender anything.
Asrakal, the act of standing up in prayer. (ar.)
Asta, a cubit, the measure from the elbow to the tips of fingers. Hasta C 789 the hand, a cubit measured by the hand and arm, from the elbow to the middle finger.
Astaghafarillah ar: an astonishment or of sudden alarm: may God avert, may God preserve us. God bless me!
Astana, the burial ground of Chiefs or of great men. In Bali Pangastanan is a sort of temple where Siwa is worshipped by the mass of the people. Sthana, C. 774 from Stha to stay-place, spot, situation or Asthana C. 66. an assembly (of the dead as used for a burial place).
Astina, name of the Country of the Pandus, placed by the Javanese in the province of in their own Island-Crawfurd. (Skr. Hastinapura , ancient Delhi. Fr.)
Asuh, to nurse a small child, to fondle an infant in the arms; to hold such a child in the arms and swing it about.
Asur, to push together, particularly firewood or burning logs.
Asur , to bribe , to gain to one's interest by gifts.
Asuran, a bribe, a douceur.
Aswalas, a term of reproach. The words are properly Javanese and Asu- alas, dog of the woods. Suna, C. 748. a dog, derived from Su to hear, to obey, and na affirmative. alas forest. (çvan, Nominat. çvâ; cass. obliqui çun- Skr.; cf. Gr. kyôn, kyn-os; lat. c(v)an-is; Germ. hun-d. Our form here is derived from the Nominative-çvâ, with prefixed a. Fr.)
Atah, unripe, raw, not sufficiently cooked.
Atak-atak, direction, position, as Kapahung, to nyaho di Atak-atak na I lost myself in the forest, and know not in what direction (or where abouts).
Atal, Orpiment, a yellow sulphurate of arsenic, with which the natives, especially at the east end of Java , smear their bodies , and make themselves yellow , on occasions of ceremony, especially when celebrating their marriage ceremonies. Artal is given by Crawfurd who says it is Sanscrit.
- (17) Smara Skr. derived from smri, memorem esse (memor = me- smor); cf for the application of the word (love, the God of love), the Latin cura. The a is prefixed, as in many words, to facilitate the pronunciation Fr.