noun, plural Day·aks, (especially collectively) Day·ak.
Origin of Dayak
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Historical Examples of dayak
Here also was a fort with its cannon, with a Dayak or Malay sergeant and a dozen men in charge.
A Dayak goes on the war-path more for the sake of the heads he may get, than for the honour and glory of the fighting.
Generally, though, there is precious little fighting, as the Dayak attacks only when his victims are unprepared.
I took with me my two servants, Dubi, a civilized Dayak, and my Chinese cook.
As is well known, the Dayak women all wear rings of brass around their waists.