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Examples from the Web for dyak
Dyaks; or Dyak, aborigines of Borneo, and generally pronounced Dyah.
A dozen or two of Dyak spears were left in the Malay boat, which I got.
Subsequently to our interview he sent me a tattooed Dyak, the first I had seen.
The agent gave his baggage to a Dyak, and the party returned to the boat.
All the game was given to the Dyak guides, who were very glad to get it.
- a member of a Malaysian people of the interior of Borneo: noted for their long houses
from Malay Dayak upcountry, from darat land
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