Top 10 similar words or synonyms for majenang

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Top 30 analogous words or synonyms for majenang

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Cilacap Regency A step pyramid in Salebu village, Majenang District, Cilacap Regency which has been founded in 1800s, currently is called Gunung Padang, the same as (in imitation of) the site in Cianjur.
Banyumasan dialect Banyumasan, colloquially known as Basa Ngapak, is a dialect of Javanese spoken mainly in three areas of Java that is the Banyumasan, located in westernmost Central Java Province and surrounding the Slamet mountain and Serayu River; a neighboring area inside West Java Province; and northern region of Banten Province. This area includes Majenang, Cilacap, Gombong, Kebumen, Banjarnegara, Purbalingga, Purwokerto, Bumiayu, Slawi, Pemalang, Tegal, and Brebes regencies.
Indonesian National Route 3 Cilegon – Anyer – Carita – Labuan – Simpang Labuan - Cibaliung – Muara Binuangeun – Bayah – Cibareno – Cisolok – Pelabuhan Ratu – Bagbagan – Cikembang – Cibadak - Cisaat - Sukabumi – Gekbrong - Cianjur – Citarum - Rajamandala - Padalarang – Bandung – Cileunyi – Nagreg – Limbangan - Malangbong – Rajapolah – Ancol – Ciawi – Ciamis – Majenang – Karangpucung - Wangon – Rawalo - Sampang - Buntu – Kebumen – Prembun - Kutoarjo - Purworejo – Karangnongko - Temon - Wates – Milir - Sentolo - Yogyakarta – Piyungan - Gading - Wonosari – Semanu – Ponjong – Pracimantoro – Donorojo – Punung – Pringkuku – Pacitan – Panggul – Dongko - Trenggalek – Tulungagung – Blitar – Wlingi – Kepanjen – Gondanglegi – Dampit - Lumajang – Wonorejo – Tanggul - Rambipuji – Jember – Mayang - Sumberjati - Genteng - Wonorekso - Rogojampi - Banyuwangi – Ketapang
Banyumasan people The Banyumasan people ("Ngoko" Javanese: , "Madya" Javanese: , "Krama" Javanese: , "Ngoko" Gêdrìk: wòng Banyumasan, "Madya" Gêdrìk: tiyang Toyåjênéan, "Krama" Gêdrìk: priyantun Toyåjênéan, Indonesian: suku Banyumasan) (colloquially known as Ngapak Javanese) is a collective term for a Javanese sub-ethnic native to the Indonesia's westernmost part of Central Java. At approximately 12–15 million people, they are concentrated in Banyumas, Majenang, Cilacap, Gombong, Kebumen, Banjarnegara, Purbalingga, Purwokerto, Bumiayu, Slawi, Pemalang, Tegal, and Brebes regencies. The Banyumasan speak Banyumasan language, a dialect which is often called ""basa ngapak-ngapak"".