noun, plural Jav·a·nese.
Origin of Javanese
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It is called in Javanese ngoendoh mantoe, which, literally translated, means "daughter-in-law plucking!"
The Javanese, or ancient natives, are very numerous, and are said to be a proud barbarous people.
They speak the Javanese and Kawi languages, which they write in a native character.The Malay Archipelago|Alfred Russell Wallace
Could not that bit of our life history, become the life history of two peoples, of the Hollanders and of the Javanese?
You know perhaps that Javanese books are very rare, and hard to find because they are written with the hand.