[ pah-hahng, puh-hang ]
/ pɑˈhɑŋ, pəˈhæŋ /
a state in Malaysia, on the SE Malay Peninsula. 13,820 sq. mi. (35,794 sq. km). Capital: Kuantan.
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How to use Pahang in a sentence
Twice or thrice the sailors slipped in blood and rum upon the planking, and once Kuala Pahang all but jerked free from them.
The king of Pahang withdrew to his own country, under pretence of bringing a reinforcement, but never returned.
He was at sea again; witnessing the death of Scurlock, the boy and Kuala Pahang, in the blood-tinged waters.
Fifty years ago thus had his grandsires eyes kindled at sight of Kuala Pahang in her tight little Malay jacket.
British Dictionary definitions for Pahang
a state of Peninsular Malaysia, on the South China Sea: the largest Malayan state; mountainous and heavily forested. Capital: Kuantan. Pop: 1 288 376 (2000). Area: 35 965 sq km (13 886 sq miles)
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