Top 10 similar words or synonyms for kabau

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Top 30 analogous words or synonyms for kabau

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Archidendron microcarpum According to the Indonesian dictionary, kabau is a bad smelling fruit that can be consumed.
Minangkabau (legend) The Minangkabau legend told the story of the origin of the name "Minangkabau". It is thought to be a conjunction of two words, "minang" ("victorious") and "kabau" ("buffalo").
Archidendron microcarpum In the area of Rejang, kabau consumed as fresh vegetables and is usually consumed with rice that bergulai entry, tempoyak, or side dishes typical of other Sumatra. Based on existing experience, kabau have substances such as chalk owned Jering. This could lead to the head, which is characterized by hard fruit urine and the presence of substances such as chalk is out along with the urine.
Archidendron microcarpum Archidendron microcarpum, (Indonesian "kabau") is a plant, native to the wild forests of Sumatra. It produces fruit, oval in shape and green with darker skin. The plant is notably potent. Typically, these plants live in the tropics, and includes plants that grow wild in the forests of Sumatra. This fruit smells like jering and banana. The trait makes kabau similar to them and thus it is consumed like both of the plants.
Minangkabau language Minangkabau ("autonym": "Baso Minang(kabau)"; ) is an Austronesian language spoken by the Minangkabau of West Sumatra, the western part of Riau, South Aceh Regency, the northern part of Bengkulu and Jambi, also in several cities throughout Indonesia by migrated Minangkabau. The language is also a lingua franca along the western coastal region of the province of North Sumatra, and is even used in parts of Aceh, where the language is called "Aneuk Jamee". It is also spoken in some parts of Malaysia, especially Negeri Sembilan.
Minangkabau people The name "Minangkabau" is thought to be a conjunction of two words, "minang" ("victorious") and "kabau" ("buffalo"). There is a legend that the name is derived from a territorial dispute between the Minangkabau and a neighbouring prince. To avoid a battle, the local people proposed a fight to the death between two water buffalo to settle the dispute. The prince agreed and produced the largest, meanest, most aggressive buffalo. The Minangkabau produced a hungry baby buffalo with its small horns ground to be as sharp as knives. Seeing the adult buffalo across the field, the baby ran forward, hoping for milk. The big buffalo saw no threat in the baby buffalo and paid no attention to it, looking around for a worthy opponent. But when the baby thrust his head under the big bull's belly, looking for an udder, the sharpened horns punctured and killed the bull, and the Minangkabau won the contest and the dispute.
Mythology of Indonesia Minangkabau culture is heavily influenced by Islamic faith. As a result, Islamic mythology can be found in Minangkabau culture. However Minangkabau people have their own legend about the origin of their tribe's name. The name "Minangkabau" is thought to be a portmanteau of "minang" ("victorious") and "kabau" ("buffalo"). A legend holds that the name is derived from a territorial dispute between the Minangkabau and a neighbouring prince, traditionally associated with Java. To avoid a battle, the local people proposed a fight to the death between two water buffalo. The prince agreed and produced the largest, meanest, most aggressive buffalo. The Minangkabau produced a hungry baby buffalo with small horns ground to be as sharp as knives. Seeing the adult buffalo across the field, the baby ran forward, hoping for milk. The big buffalo saw no threat in the baby buffalo and paid no attention to it, looking around for a worthy opponent. When the baby thrust his head under the big bull's belly, looking for an udder, the sharpened horns killed the bull and the Minangkabau won the dispute. Minangkabau royalties can be traced to Matriarch Bundo Kanduang.