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Dyak

[dahy-ak] /ˈdaɪ æk/
noun
1.
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Dyak

/ˈdaɪæk/
noun (pl) -aks, -ak
1.
a member of a Malaysian people of the interior of Borneo: noted for their long houses
Word Origin
from Malay Dayak upcountry, from darat land
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