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EtymologyEdit

From Malay utara (north), from Sanskrit उत्तर (uttara, north, subsequent (speech)).

NounEdit

utara (plural utara-utara, first-person possessive utaraku, second-person possessive utaramu, third-person possessive utaranya)

  1. north (compass point)

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utara

  1. north (of or pertaining to the north)
  2. north (toward the north)
  3. north (meterology: of wind, from the north)

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utara

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EtymologyEdit

From Sanskrit उत्तर (uttara).

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utara

  1. north (compass point)

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AdjectiveEdit

utara

  1. north (of or pertaining to the north)
  2. north (toward the north)
  3. north (meterology: of wind, from the north)

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ReferencesEdit

  • "ūtāra" in A Dictionary of the Malayan Language, in Two Parts, Malayan and English and English and Malayan, William Marsden, Cox and Baylis, 1812, page 21.
  • "utara" in A Malay-English Dictionary, Richard James Wilkinson, Kelly & Walsh Limited, 1901-1903, page 2.