OTHER WORDS FROM Malaynon-Malay, adjective, nounpre-Malay, adjective
Words nearby Malay
How to use Malay in a sentence
Sentosa means “a place of peace and tranquility” in Malay, but Mossman says the 1,048-foot super carrier is more of a “floating industrial plant.”Essential, invisible: Covid has 200,000 merchant sailors stuck at sea|Taylor Telford, Jacob Bogage|April 9, 2021|Washington Post
Kuching means ‘Cat City’ in Malay; nobody will look sideways at those who hug street strays or shriek ‘pusspusspuss!’The Cat's Meow: Top 10 Destinations for Feline Fanatics|Lonely Planet|December 20, 2013|DAILY BEAST
As we'd once left Singapore, now Laila and I had recently been considering moving from the Malay Peninsula altogether.
We might have created a force large enough to clear the Malay Peninsula, then Southeast Asia, and from there, who knows?
Perhaps it was just the contrast with the bombs going off every day at ATMs in the main border town on the Thai-Malay frontier.
The Americansʼ good and honest intentions were only equalled by their nescience of the Malay character.The Philippine Islands|John Foreman
It is shaped something like a Malay's hat, only the peak tapers to a point about eight feet high.
And why did that Malay waiting at table stare with such disagreeable intentness at him, Fabio?
The Malay did not stir at Fabio's entry, he merely turned his eyes upon him, and again bent them upon Muzzio.
The Malay bent his head from above downwards, and disentangling his right hand from his shawl, he pointed imperiously to the door.