It was only in the later reflux of population that the sons of javan gained a foothold in these regions.
But no invalid or dyspeptic should enter the portals of a javan hotel.
She was a sort of javan Una, and the poem tells of her various deliverances from dangers, moral and physical.
Except the station-masters, all the officials were Chinese or javan natives.
At any rate, Io may have been a small early colony of trading Greeks (javan).
The average size of the javan coffee plantations is from 400 to 500 acres.
"It's not the heat alone that's taken his appetite, javan," he observed disagreeably.
javan and I can arrange to get her for you without it being known you are interested.
The legs are leaden blue in the Indian, whereas they show some tendency to be yellowish in the Malayan and javan specimens.
It is the capital of the whole land of javan, which is called Greece.
(1.) The fourth "son" of Japheth (Gen. 10:2), whose descendants settled in Greece, i.e., Ionia, which bears the name of Javan in Hebrew. Alexander the Great is called the "king of Javan" (rendered "Grecia," Dan. 8:21; 10:20; comp. 11:2; Zech. 9:13). This word was universally used by the nations of the East as the generic name of the Greek race. (2.) A town or district of Arabia Felix, from which the Syrians obtained iron, cassia, and calamus (Ezek. 27:19).