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MalayEdit

Alternative formsEdit

EtymologyEdit

semula +‎ jadi; semula 'from the beginning, as at first, original' (se- +‎ mula from Sanskrit मूल (mūla), 'beginning') + jadi (from Sanskrit जाति (jāti)), 'coming into existence'

PronunciationEdit

  • IPA(key): /səˌmulaˈd͡ʒadi/

NounEdit

semulajadi (Jawi spelling سمولاجادي‎, plural semulajadi-semulajadi, informal first-person possessive semulajadiku, informal second-person possessive semulajadimu, third-person possessive semulajadinya)

  1. nature.

AdjectiveEdit

semulajadi (Jawi spelling سمولاجادي‎)

  1. natural.
    • 2006: Zulkifley Hamid, "Psikolinguistik" in Linguistik Melayu, p. 107.
      Kanak-kanak pasti akan menguasai pengetahuan bahasa pertama mereka dalam suasana semula jadi.
      Children are sure to master the knowledge of their first language in a natural setting.

ReferencesEdit

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  1. ^ Coope, A. E. Malay-English English-Malay Dictionary rev. ed. (New York: Hippocrene Books, 1991; →ISBN, pp. 134, 239, 236.