A Serang is a person of importance, far above a stoker, though the stoker draws better pay.
The Serang had been peering forward, and now and then glancing at the chair.
"Yes," grunted the Serang without looking at the man behind him.
"The course is south by east when you get the wind, Serang," said Shaw, distinctly.
The Serang said she was English, too, though I don't believe much in that.
Your Serang tells me he is a most trustworthy messenger and that his name is Jaffir.
The Malay at the helm looked fixedly at the compass card, the Captain and the Serang stared at the coast.
For nothing that I and the Serang or his friends said convinced him, or even shook his opinion.
He was the Serang of the Lascars, of whom we had a dozen on board.
There were eleven of them in all, with a boss or bo's'n or Serang, call him what you will—there he is!'