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Sabtu, 25 Juli 2009

Yosemite National Park

Yosemite National Park is located in California, United States. The park covers an area of 761,266 acres (3,081 km²). It is internationally recognized for its spectacular granite cliffs, waterfalls, clear streams, Giant Sequoia groves, and biological diversity.

Yellowstone, National Park

Yellowstone National Park, located in the U.S. states of Wyoming, Montana and Idaho, became the world's first national park in 1872. The park is known for its wildlife and geothermal features, especially Old Faithful Geyser, one of the most popular areas in the park.

Semuc Champey

Semuc Champey is a natural monument in Alta Verapaz, Guatemala, near the Q'eqchi' Maya town of Lanquin. It consists of a natural 300-m limestone bridge, under which passes the Cahabon River. Atop the bridge is a series of stepped turquoise pools, a popular swimming attraction.

Sage Mountain National Park

The British Virgin Islands largest island, Tortola, is home to Sage Mountain National Park. This 92-acre reserve includes the 1,780-foot Mt. Sage and a forest with 15- to 20-foot tall fern trees, bulletwood trees, West Indian and broadleaf mahogany trees and white cedars. The British Virgin Islands comprise around sixty tropical Caribbean islands, located in the Virgin Islands archipelago.

Redwood, Forest

The Redwood National and State Parks are located in the United States, along the Pacific Ocean coast of northern California. The parks protect 45% of all remaining Coastal Redwood old-growth forests. These trees are the tallest and one of the most massive tree species on Earth.

Platano Forest

The Platano Forest is located on the Río Plátano on the Caribbean coast of Honduras. The tropical rainforest is full of diverse wildlife and plant life, in which at least 2000 indigenous people continue traditional ways of life. Its environmental and cultural value is threatened by agriculture, colonization, and poor resource management.

Mammoth Cave National Park

Mammoth Cave National Park is in central Kentucky, USA, encompassing portions of Mammoth Cave, the most elongated cave system known in the world. The official name of the system is the Mammoth Cave System for the ridge under which the cave has formed.

Gros Morne National Park

Situated on the west coast of the island of Newfoundland, the park provides a rare example of the process of continental drift, where deep ocean crust and the rocks of the earth's mantle lie exposed. More recent glacial action has resulted in some spectacular scenery, with coastal lowland, alpine plateau, fjords, glacial valleys, sheer cliffs, waterfalls and many pristine lakes.

Grand Etang Forest Reserve

High up in the mountains of Grenada's interior, the Grand Etang Forest Reserve's varied elevations and terrains give life to several different ecological subsystems. These culminate in the elfin woodlands high up the slopes of the reserve's central mountains. The focal point of the forest reserve is Grand Etang Lake, which fills the crater of one of the island's extinct volcanos. The rainforest around the lake holds a stupendously rich diversity of flora and fauna.

Graeme Hall Nature Sanctuary

The Graeme Hall Nature Sanctuary is home to Graeme Hall Swamp, a mangrove swamp, near Christ Church, Barbados. It is an example of the coastal swamps which once dotted the leeward coast of Barbados from Speightstown to Chancery Lane.

Everglades, National Park

Everglades National Park is the largest subtropical wilderness in the United States. It is the third largest national park in the lower 48 states after Death Valley National Park and Yellowstone National Park and contains the southern part of the Everglades. There are 15 threatened and protected species that exist within park boundaries. Everglades National Park protects the largest wilderness area east of the Mississippi River.

El Yunque

El Yunque National Forest, formerly known as the Caribbean National Forest, is located on the island of Puerto Rico. It is also the name of the second highest mountain peak in the Forest. El Yunque is the only tropical rain forest in the United States National Forest System.

Dinosaur Provincial Park

Dinosaur Provincial Park is situated in the valley of the Red Deer River, which is noted for its badland topography. It is well known for being one of the greatest dinosaur fossil beds in the world. Thirty-nine dinosaur species have been discovered here and more than 500 specimens have been removed and exhibited in museums across the globe. Its significance justified it becoming a World Heritage Site in 1979.

Bryce Canyon, National Park

Bryce Canyon National Park is located in southwestern Utah in the United States. The Bryce Canyon itself is a giant natural amphitheater created by erosion along the eastern side of the Paunsaugunt Plateau. Bryce Canyon is also known its geological structures, called hoodoos, formed from wind, water, and ice erosion of the river and lakebed sedimentary rocks. Red, orange and white colors of the rocks provide spectacular views to visitors.

Banff, National Park

Canada's oldest national park, established in 1885, is located in the Canadian Rockies, 120 kilometres west of Calgary in the province of Alberta. It encompasses 6,641 square kilometres of mountainous terrain, with numerous glaciers and ice fields, forest and alpine landscapes.

Niagara Falls

Niagara Falls is a set of massive waterfalls located on the Niagara River, separating the Canadian province of Ontario and the U.S. state of New York. While not exceptionally high, the Niagara Falls are very wide. The falls were formed when glaciers receded at the end of the last ice age, and water from the then newly-formed Great Lakes carved a path through the Niagara Escarpment on its way to the Atlantic Ocean.

Mississippi, River

The Mississippi River, whose name is derived from the Ojibwe word for “great river”, is the second longest river in the United States, with a length of 3,734 km. The river starts in Minnesota and then empties into the Gulf of Mexico.

Lake Superior

Lake Superior is the largest of the five Great Lakes of North America. It is the largest freshwater lake in the world by surface area and is the world's fourth-largest freshwater lake by volume.

Lake Michigan

Lake Michigan is one of the five Great Lakes of North America, and the only one located entirely within the United States. It is bounded by the U.S. states of Wisconsin, Illinois, Indiana, and Michigan. The word ''Michigan'' was originally used to refer to the lake itself, and is believed to come from the Ojibwa Indian word ''mishigami'' (''great water'').

Lake Louise

Lake Louise is a glacial lake that is located in Banff National Park. It is named after the Princess Louise Caroline Alberta (1848-1939), the fourth daughter of Queen Victoria. The unique emerald colour of the water comes from rock flour carried into the lake by melt-water from the glaciers that overlook the lake.

Lake Enriquillo

Lake Enriquillo is a lake in the Dominican Republic and one of only a few saltwater lakes in the world inhabited by crocodiles. Lake Enriquillo covers an area of 102 square miles (265 km²) and is the lowest point in the Caribbean falling 144 feet (44 m) below sea level. The lake contains 3 islands: Isla Barbarita, Islita and Isla Cabritos.

Lake Azuei

Lake Azuei, Haiti's largest lake, is located in southeastern Haiti. The salt-water lake has an area of around square 170 km. The lake supports over 100 species of waterfowl, flamingos and American crocodiles, one of the few lakes of its type in the world to harbor such fauna. The lake's water is an intense shade of blue.

Lake Atitlan

Atitlan is a large lake in the Guatemalan Highlands. While it is recognized to be the deepest lake in Central America, its bottom has not been completely sounded. Estimates of its maximum depth range up to 340 meters. The lake is shaped by deep escarpments which surround it and by three volcanoes on its southern flank. Lake Atitlan is further characterized by towns and villages of the Maya people.

La Brea Pitch Lake

The La Brea Pitch Lake is a lake of natural asphalt in southwest Trinidad. It has fascinated explorers, scientists and the common folk since its discovery by Sir Walter Raleigh in 1595. The lake covers about 500 sq. m and is reported to be 75 m deep. The Pitch Lake attracts about 20,000 visitors annually. It is also mined for asphalt which is exported for high-quality road construction.

Havasupai, Waterfall

Havasu Falls plunges 100 feet into a pool of blue-green waters. One of the most photographed waterfalls in the world.The water temperature of about 70 degrees remains relatively constant throughout the year. It's high mineral content and carbonate precipitate account for the pools and natural dams.

Dunn's River Falls

Dunn's River Falls is a famous waterfall near Ocho Rios, Jamaica and a major Caribbean tourist attraction. The falls empty into the Caribbean Sea. It is one of the very few rivers in the world that actually fall directly into the sea. Several small lagoons collect the water briefly between the vertical sections of the falls.

Crater Lake

The caldera lake in the state of Oregon in the United States is the main feature of Crater Lake National Park and famous for its deep blue color and water clarity. The deep caldera was formed around 5,677 BC by the collapse of the volcano Mount Mazama. Crater Lake is known for its famous piece of driftwood named the "Old Man of the Lake.", which is a full-sized tree that has been bobbing vertically in the lake for more than a century. Due to the cold water of the lake, the tree has been well preserved.

Coatepeque Lake, Crater Lake

Lake Coatepeque is a large crater lake in the east part of the Coatepeque Caldera. At 26 sq. km, it is one of the largest lakes in El Salvador, and has hot springs near its shores. In the lake is the island of Teopan, which was a Mayan site of some importance.

Carbet Falls

Carbet Falls is a series of waterfalls on the Carbet River in Guadeloupe, an overseas department of France located in the Leeward Islands of the eastern Caribbean Sea. Its three cascades are set amid the tropical rainforests on the lower slopes of the volcano La Soufrière. The falls are one of the most popular visitor sites in Guadeloupe. In 1493, Christopher Columbus noted Carbet Falls in his log. Appropriately, he named Guadeloupe Karukera, which translates as "the island of beautiful waters."

Boiling Lake

The Boiling Lake is situated in the Morne Trois Pitons National Park, Dominica's World Heritage site. It is a flooded fumarole, or hole in the earth’s surface, 10.5 km east of Roseau, Dominica. It is filled with bubbling greyish-blue water that is usually enveloped in a cloud of vapor. The lake is approximately 60 m across.

Azul, Waterfall

The Cataratas de Agua Azul ("Waterfalls of Blue Water") consists of many cataracts following one after another. The water flow descends in two streams, with small islands in the middle. The water has a high mineral content. Where it falls on rocks or fallen trees it encases them in a thick shell-like coating of limestone.(Source: Wikepedia)

Twin Pitons, Mountain Peak

St. Lucia’s Pitons are two volcanic plugs, and are a World Heritage Site. The Gros Piton is 770 m hight, the Petit Piton is 743 m high, and they are linked by the Piton Mitan ridge. The Pitons are located near the towns of Soufriere and Choiseul on the southwestern coast of the island.

Soufriere Hills

The Soufriere Hills volcano (French for "Sulphur" Hills) is an active complex stratovolcano with many lava domes forming its summit on the Caribbean island of Montserrat. After a long period of dormancy, it became active in 1995 and has continued to erupt ever since. The volcano is andesitic in nature and the current pattern of activity includes periods of dome growth punctuated by brief episodes of dome collapse which result in pyroclastic flows, ash venting and explosive eruption.

Popocatepetl, Volcano

Popocatepetl active volcano and the second highest peak in Mexico. It is one of the most active volcanoes in Mexico, having had more than 20 major eruptions since the arrival of the Spanish in 1519. Popocatepetl is currently active.

Pikes Peak, Mountain Peak

Pikes Peak is a mountain in the Front Range of the Rocky Mountains, 10 miles (16 km) west of Colorado Springs, Colorado, in El Paso County. The mountain is made of a characteristic pink granite, called Pikes Peak granite. The upper portion serves as a visible landmark.

Pacaya, Volcano

Pacaya is an active complex volcano in Guatemala, which first erupted approximately 23,000 years ago, and has erupted at least 23 times since the Spanish conquest of Guatemala. After being dormant for a century, it erupted violently in 1965, and has been erupting continuously since then. Much of its activity is Strombolian, but occasional Plinian eruptions also occur, sometimes showering the nearby city of Antigua with ash. It lies approximately 25 to 30 km south of Guatemala City.

Mount Scenery

Mount Scenery is a lava dome which forms the summit of the Saba island stratovolcano, in the Dutch Antilles. At an elevation of 877 m, it is the highest point in the Kingdom of the Netherlands. The Saba volcano is potentially dangerous; the latest eruption was in or around the year 1640 and included explosions and pyroclastic flows.
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Mount McKinley

Mount McKinley, also called Denali, in Alaska is the highest mountain peak in North America, at a height of approximately 6,194 m. It has a larger bulk and rise than Mount Everest.

Kilauea, Volcano

Kilauea is an active volcano in the Hawaiian Islands, one of five shield volcanoes that together form the Island of Hawaii. It is currently the most active volcano and one of the most visited active volcanoes on Earth.

Mauna Kea (Hawaii), Volcano

Hawaii’s tallest mountain, Mauna Kea stands over 4,000 m and is taller than Mount Everest if followed to its base at the floor of the Pacific Ocean. All of the Hawaiian Islands were formed by volcanoes arising from the sea floor from a magma source described in geological theory as a hotspot.

Bald Mountain

Mount Pelee (or "Bald Mountain") is a dormant volcano on the northern tip of the island of Martinique in the Lesser Antilles island arc of the Caribbean Sea. It is among the deadliest stratovolcanos on Earth, with its volcanic cone composed of layers of volcanic ash and hardened lava. Mount Pelee is famous for its extremely destructive eruption in 1902 and the devastation that resulted, now called by many the worst volcanic disaster of the 20th century. It is one of the most active volcanoes in the West Indies.

Arenal Volcano

Arenal Volcano is an active andesitic (meaning that the rock has been crystallized from silicate minerals) stratovolcano in north-western Costa Rica, where Arenal is the youngest and most active of all the mountains. It was presumed extinct until July 29, 1968 when an earthquake caused it to erupt, after approximately 400 years of dormancy. Arenal rises 1657 m above sea level and overlooks Lake Arenal; both are part of Arenal Volcano National Park.

Buck Island Reef National Monument

The Buck Island Reef National Monumen is a small, uninhabited island, measuring 712,000 square m, about 2.4 km off the northeast coast of Saint Croix, U.S. Virgin Islands. The marine ecosystem surrounding the island includes an elkhorn coral barrier reef that surrounds two-thirds of the island and provides cover for a great variety of reef fish. Endangered species that nest on the island include sea turtles and least terns.

Jumat, 24 Juli 2009

KAMUS BAHASA INDONESIA abn..................

ab·nor·mal a tidak sesuai dng keadaan yg biasa; mempunyai kelainan; tidak normal: sejak kecelakaan itu dia menjadi --;
ke·ab·nor·mal·an n keadaan tidak normal: ~ pertumbuhan anak dapat dicegah dng perawatan medis

ab·nor·ma·li·tas n ketidaknormalan

ab·nus ark n kayu arang

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ab·la·si n 1 hal terlepasnya sesuatu dr sesuatu; 2 Bio penghilangan dng jalan pembedahan jaringan atau organ tubuh; 3 Geo pemindahan bahan yg telah lapuk dr batuan induknya oleh arus air; 4 Geo pengikisan oleh tiupan angin; 5 Hid penggabungan (sublimasi, peleburan, penguapan, dsb) yg memindahkan salju atau es dr permukaan gletser atau medan salju; kikisan

ab·la·ut n Ling perubahan vokal untuk menandai pelbagai fungsi gramatikal, msl untuk mengungkapkan perubahan kala, aspek, jumlah, dsb (spt dl bahasa Inggris drink, drank, drunk)

ab·lep·sia /ablépsia/ n Dok penglihatan yg berkurang atau hilang; buta

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ab·jad n 1 kumpulan huruf (aksara) berdasarkan urutan yg lazim dl bahasa tertentu; 2 sistem aksara yg melambangkan bunyi bahasa yg dipakai untuk menuliskan bahasa;
-- fonemis sistem lambang yg mempertalikan satu lambang dng sejumlah bunyi bahasa yg berperan sbg satuan fungsional terkecil dl struktur bahasa; -- fonetis sistem lambang yg mempertalikan satu lambang dng satu bunyi bahasa yg dihasilkan alat ucap manusia;
ber·ab·jad v 1 menurut susunan abjad; 2 mempunyai abjad;
meng·ab·jad v mengabjadkan;
meng·ab·jad·kan v menyusun berdasarkan abjad;
peng·ab·jad·an n proses, cara, perbuatan mengabjad atau mengabjadkan

ab·ja·di·ah a berdasarkan abjad

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abi·an n pembagian hasil ladang atau tegalan, pemilik dan penggarap masing-masing mendapat setengah dr hasil keseluruhan

1abid ark a tidak berkesudahan; kekal; abadi

2abid Isl 1 v beribadah; 2 n orang yg taat kpd Tuhan; orang yg saleh

abi·din Ar n (bentuk jamak dr abid) orang-orang yg taat (beribadah atau mengabdi) kpd Tuhan

abi·lah ark n cacar; ketumbuhan;
-- peringgi penyakit raja singa; sifilis

abing n sebutan tambahan yg diberikan kpd saudara laki-laki atau perempuan yg meninggal

abi·o·ge·ne·sis /abiogénésis/ n Bio kehidupan yg dapat muncul dr benda yg tidak hidup

abi·o·sfer /abiosfér/ n lingkungan berupa barang atau benda yg
tidak hidup

abi·o·tik 1 a tidak memiliki ciri hidup; tidak hidup; 2 a berhubungan dng atau dicirikan oleh tidak adanya organisme hidup; 3 n benda tidak hidup, msl batu-batuan dan bangunan rumah

abis n Geo bagian yg paling dalam dr lautan yg mempunyai kedalaman
lebih dr 400 m

abi·sal n 1 endapan lumpur atau tanah dr dasar laut pd kedalaman 2.200—5.500 m; 2 teluk atau palung (lembah) yg sangat dalam

abi·se·ka /abiséka/ n Hin upacara yg dilakukan dng cara mandi dng air suci (tt penobatan raja atau pejabat tinggi)

abi·tu·ri·en /abiturién/ n lulusan sekolah (terutama sekolah menengah tingkat atas)

KAMUS BAHASA INDONESIA abe..................

abe·ce /abécé/ n 1 a-b-c (abjad Latin); 2 ki hal-hal pokok yg pertama-tama harus diketahui dr suatu keadaan atau perkara: belum tahu -- kehidupan

aben /abén/, meng·a·ben Bl v membakar mayat;
peng·a·ben·an n pembakaran mayat; kremasi

abe·ra·si n penyimpangan dr yg normal;
-- cahaya Kim pembiasan tidak seragam dr cahaya sehingga bayangan tampak berubah bentuk; -- kromosom Dok kelainan atau perubahan kromosom, baik dl jumlah maupun bentuknya

abet Jk n tingkah laku;
meng·a·bet v membuat ulah; bertingkah

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ab·das, ber·ab·das v Isl membersihkan diri ketika hendak salat dng berwudu atau bertayamum: setelah ~ , ia lalu salat di masjid itu

ab·di n 1 orang bawahan; pelayan; hamba; 2 budak tebusan;
-- dalem Jw pegawai keraton; -- masyarakat pegawai pemerintah yg pada dasarnya mempunyai kewajiban melayani masyarakat; -- negara pegawai yg bekerja pd pemerintah; pegawai negeri;
meng·ab·di v menghamba; menghambakan diri; berbakti: mereka berjanji akan benar-benar ~ kpd nusa dan bangsa;
meng·ab·di·kan v 1 menjadikan diri abdi; memperhambakan: kami ~ diri kpd negara; 2 menggunakan; memperuntukkan: ia telah ~ hidupnya bagi pendidikan;
peng·ab·di n orang yg mengabdi: jangan kamu menjadi ~ harta benda;
peng·ab·di·an n proses, cara, perbuatan mengabdi atau mengabdikan: ia memperlihatkan ~ nya kpd tanah air dan agamanya

ab·di·ka·si n 1 pelepasan hak, wewenang, atau kekuasaan (tt pembesar atau penguasa); 2 turun takhta dng sukarela (tt seorang raja)

n Bio 1 bagian tubuh berupa rongga perut yg berisi alat pencernaan; 2 bagian di antara sekat rongga badan dan pinggul (perut bagian bawah); 3 bagian tubuh di belakang dada (toraks) pd antropoda

ab·do·mi·nal a berhubungan dng abdomen

ab·du kl n hamba (Allah), yaitu manusia (terutama dipakai untuk nama orang): Abdullah, hamba Allah; Abdurrahman, hamba Allah Yang Maha Pengasih

ab·duk·si n 1 pengambilan secara paksa (terutama perempuan) untuk dikawini atau digauli; 2 Dok gerakan ke arah luar sumbu badan (tt tangan dan kaki) atau ke arah luar sumbu kaki (tt ibu jari kaki)

ab·duk·tor n Dok otot yg menggerakkan anggota badan, spt tangan dan kaki ke samping

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aba n ayah; bapak

aba-aba n kata perintah dl baris-berbaris, gerak badan, dsb (spt si...ap! maju ja...lan! berhen...ti!)

abad n 1 masa seratus tahun: bangunan itu diperkirakan dapat bertahan satu --; 2 jangka waktu yg lamanya seratus tahun: -- ke-20 mulai pd tahun 1901 sampai tahun 2000; 3 zaman (yg lamanya tidak tentu); 4 masa yg kekal, tidak berkesudahan;
-- keemasan masa kegemilangan dan kejayaan yg dialami suatu bangsa atau negara dl sejarahnya; zaman keemasan; -- komputer zaman modern yg orang-orangnya memanfaatkan komputer dl menyimpan dan mengolah data; -- modern masa atau zaman yg ditandai dng kemajuan peradaban manusia (penemuan baru bidang teknologi dsb); -- pertengahan kurun waktu sekitar tahun 500—1500 dl sejarah peradaban atau kebudayaan Eropa Barat;
ber·a·bad-a·bad v beberapa abad lamanya; beratus-ratus tahun

aba·di a kekal; tidak berkesudahan: di dunia ini tidak ada yg --;
meng·a·ba·di v menjadi abadi: dr tahun ke tahun buku-buku karangannya semakin ~;
meng·a·ba·di·kan v 1 mengekalkan: ~ persahabatan antara kedua bangsa; 2 membuat gambar kenang-kenangan (dng dipotret, dilukis, dsb); menjadikan peringatan yg kekal: para wartawan foto dan televisi ~ upacara pembukaan PON;
peng·a·ba·di·an n proses, cara, perbuatan mengabadikan;
ke·a·ba·di·an n 1 kekekalan; 2 tempat yg abadi (alam baka): kenanglah pahlawan yg telah bersemayam di ~

aba·di·ah Ar n kekekalan

1abah n arah; tuju: tidak tentu -- nya;
meng·a·bah·kan v mengarahkan; menujukan: mereka ~ kapalnya ke pulau itu

abah-abah n 1 alat; perkakas; 2 tali-temali;
-- kuda pakaian kuda (tali kekang, pelana, dsb); -- perahu tali-temali perahu; -- tenun perkakas tenun

abai a 1 tidak dipedulikan (tidak dikerjakan baik-baik, tidak dipentingkan, dsb); 2 lalai: sbg seorang ayah, ia -- dr kewajiban keluarga;
meng·a·bai·kan v 1 memandang rendah (hina, mudah): jangan ~ kemampuan lawan; 2 tidak mengindahkan (perintah, nasihat): orang itu ~ perintah agama; 3 melalaikan (kewajiban, tugas, pekerjaan); 4 tidak menggunakan baik-baik; menyia-nyiakan: Adik menyesal telah ~ peluang yg ada; dia telah ~ kesempatan yg baik; 5 tidak memedulikan (kritik, celaan): ia ~ segala macam kritik yg ditujukan kepadanya; 6 membiarkan telantar (terbengkalai dsb): orang itu ~ anaknya dan tidak mengurusnya lagi; 7 tidak memegang teguh (adat istiadat, aturan, janji): negara itu ~ ketentuan yg telah disepakati bersama;
ter·a·bai v tersia-sia; terlalaikan; tidak dipedulikan;
ter·a·bai·kan v 1 tidak sengaja diabaikan: sering hal-hal yg kecil ~; 2 dapat diabaikan: bagaimana pun jasa-jasanya tidak ~;
abai·an n Sas penghilangan atau pengubahan bagian naskah yg tidak dipahami lagi oleh penyalin;
peng·a·bai n orang yg suka mengabaikan (tidak me-medulikan); pelengah;
peng·a·bai·an n proses, cara, perbuatan mengabaikan (tidak memedulikan, melalaikan)

abai·ma·na ark n 1 lubang pelepasan; dubur; 2 kemaluan

aba·ka n tumbuhan yg seratnya dibuat tali belati; Musa textilis

abak·ti·nal a Bio berkenaan dng sisi tubuh yg tidak mengandung mulut, spt pd binatang laut

1aba·kus n dekak-dekak; swipoa

2aba·kus n Ars lempeng datar di atas kepala tiang dng pinggiran cekung atau beralur

aban n Antr sebutan bagi duda dl masyarakat Dayak Kayan

1abang n 1 kakak laki-laki; saudara laki-laki yg lebih tua: -- nya tiga tahun lebih tua; 2 panggilan kpd orang laki-laki yg lebih tua atau tidak dikenal: tahukah -- jalan ke kantor pos?; 3 panggilan istri kpd suami: sudah dua hari -- tidak pulang; 4 sebutan untuk penjual sayur, penjual ikan, pengemudi becak, dsb: ia biasa belanja pd -- sayur yg lewat di depan rumahnya;
ber·a·bang v 1 mempunyai abang; 2 menyebut dng sebutan abang (kakak); memanggil abang: ia ~ kpd saya

2abang Jw a merah

1abang·an Jw n golongan masyarakat yg menganut agama Islam, tetapi tidak melaksanakan ajaran secara keseluruhan

2abang·an n talang air pd atap rumah dsb

abang·ga n Ark sikap berdiri sebuah arca

abar n abar-abar;
abar-abar n 1 dinding penghalang; penyekat; 2 rem;
-- pintu alat untuk menutup pintu secara perlahan untuk mengurangi (menghilangkan) bunyi (benturan);
ber·a·bar·kan v mempunyai dinding penyekat : bilik itu ~ tepas;
meng·a·bar v 1 mengurangi (ketegangan, penderitaan): obat ini dapat ~ penderitaan si sakit; 2 menghambat; menahan; mengerem;
ter·a·bar v terhambat; tertahan: tadi saya ~ oleh kemacetan lalu lintas;
abar·an n Psi hambatan kejiwaan

aba·to·ar n tempat pemotongan hewan untuk umum; pejagalan

abau n kura-kura rawa

Bahas Dayak Ngaju part X

Bahas Dayak Ngaju part X

Mangandahau = Mendambakan
Kanahuang = Keinginan/hasrat
Lunuk ramba = Beringin yang subur
Mangajang = Manaungi/menutup
Lewu pulu = Banyak kampung/banyak tempat
Tingkap = Kemah, pondok, rumah
Ingilak rakyat = Diinginkan rakyat
nyaraii = aji mumpung (mumpung)
ali-alis = miri-mirip
mapai kea = rasa lucu / rasa aneh
kalah tingkas = kalah gaya / kalah penampilan
dia kalah tingkas = tidak kalah penampilan
atuh = pengaturan/pengelolaan
basiak = buas, ganas
manyahukan = bersembunyi
mamangkit = manggigit
manggayar = merayap
marakee = memperdulikan
malekak = malepaskan
mahantuk = membenturkan (kepala)
nahagampang = manyepelekan
kanateke = ada kalanya
Layap latap = Tidak keruan/tidak terarah
Inanggare = Di juluki/diberi nama
Marutap = Pekerjaan yang tak terarah (cenderung pekerjaan tidak terpuji)
Humung = Menyangkut kemampuan etika dan estetika yang rendah
Barendeng = Sadar/waras
Mipen = Mengingini
Kanahuang = Kemauannya/keinginannya
Ngaraen = Mengganggu
Tampung puser = Anak kandung (kiasan)
Pasuru kesah = Mendengar cerita/berita
Lelei = Teka teki
peteh = pesan
sarurui = sesuai
Pampingat = Peringatan
Uhat = akar
Ayungku = Kepunyaanku
Bacurai : Adu ketahanan berpusing
Ukuh : Bertahan lama
Hundi : Berpusing/Berputar
Manukas : Memastikan
Parusik : Permainan
Kacinik : Kecepatan putaran
Karehu : sedang musiknya

Bahas Dayak Ngaju part IX

Bahas Dayak Ngaju part IX

Tatu hiang = Leluhur
Impa ewen = Diintai orang
Hanjak = Suka,senang.
Hakarendeng = Saling mengingatkan
Langena = Kepalang.
Panyamkom = Pengalaman.
Panyondau = Penemuan, pengalaman pribadi.
Handalem = Dalam.
Babehat rimae = Luas artinya.
Talimbas = Terlepas.
Langak = Lalai, lengah.
Mahambang = Menghalang, menghambat.-
Iweh = Air liur.
Mangat =Enak.
Mangandahau =Mendambakan.
Macung = Mendorong.
Mahambang =Menghalang.
Jawet,ramo =Harta benda.
Tamunan = Gambaran, duplikat.
Mayanang uhat tolang = Menyenangkan diri.
Batisa = Tersisa.
Maranrep Hatalla = Mendekatkan diri kepada Allah.
Dia purun = Tak tega, tak sampai hati.
Manalua = Membiarkan.
Ilaku = Diminta.
Inyuho = Disuruh.
Nganya –nganya = Menonjol, mengedapankan diri.
Ngaku –ngakun = Mengaku – ngaku.
Ngalingu = Terkenang –kenang.
Mandoi hajau (habajau) = Mandi sambil bermain –main di air.
Habumbun = Permainan sejenis petak umpet, menyembunyikan
Sesuatu didalam air sambil menyelam dan pihak lawan
Bermain berusaha mencarinya.
Tembak tutus = Alat (senjata) terbuat dari ruas bambu sebesar jari
Telunjuk tangan, kedua ujung ruas disumpal dengan
Kertas yang sudah dilembutkan dengan air / atau
Dengan biji –bijian yang sebanding dengan rongga ruas
Bambu, lalu ditutus (ditekan )kearah sasaran sehingga
Menimbulkan suara letupan yang cukup keras.
Malaok = Mencari ikan.
Mambilis (bilis) = Mencari bilis, (bilis) = Kawanan besar ikan kecil.
Ranen = Dan lain –lain, dan sebagainya.
Ingalapean = Dilupakan.
Ingenang = Dikenang.
Badawa = Mengira, menuduh.
Are uyah kinae = banyak makan garam,banyak pengalaman.-

Bahasa Dayak Ngaju Part VIII

Bahasa Dayak Ngaju Part VIII

Jatuh = Manjatu
Busuk = Maram
Dahan = Edan
Daun = Dawen
Akar = Uhat
Buah = Bua
Rumput = Uru
Mengalir = Mahasur
Garam = Uyah
Keasinan = Bakahing
Dingin = Sadingen
Panas = Balasut
Kering = Keang
Basah = Bisa
Berat = Babehat
Ringan = Mahian
Membakar = Mamapoi
Asap =Asep
Abu = Kawu
Arang = Buring
Besar = Hai
Kecil = Kurik
Lebar = Lumbah
Sakit = Pehe
Malu = Mahamen
Berani = Bahanyi
Tua = Bakas
Baru = Haru
Lama = Tahi
Bagus = Bahalap
Jelek = Papa
Malam = Hamalem
Siang = Andau
Tahun = Nyelu
Kapan = Hamparea
Sembunyi = Manyahukan
Naik = Mandai
Di Atas = Hung Hunjun/Ngambu
Di Bawah = Hung Penda
Ini = Jituh
Itu = Jete
Dekat = Tukep
Jauh = Kejau
Dimana = Hung Kueh
Apa = Narai
Siapa = Eweh
Bukan =Beken
Semua = Uras
Dan = En
Jika/Bila = Amun
Bagaimana = Kilenampi
Tidak = Dia
Menghitung = Mise

Bahasa Dayak Ngaju Part VII

Bahasa Dayak Ngaju Part VII

Masak =Mampakasak
Minum =Mihup
Mengigit = Mangirut/Mamangkit
Menyedot = Minyup
Mendengar = Mahining
Tidur = Batiruh
Bangun = Misik
Mimpi = Nupi
Duduk = Munduk
Berdiri = Mendeng
Orang = Uluh
Suami = Bana
Istri = Sawa
Nama = Aran
Berbicara/Bersuara = Hamauh
Mengikat = Mameteng
Jarum = Pilus
Berburu = Mengan (khusus berburu burung)
Berburu = Mandup (berburu hewan berkaki empat)
Mencuri = Manakau
Membunuh = Mampatei
Mati = Matei
Hidup = Belum
Memotong = Manetek
Membelah = Manyila
Tajam = Batajim
Tumpul = Kadian
Menanam = Mimbul
Memilih = Mintih
Membeli = Mamili
Membuka = Mukei
Membuang = Manjakah/manganan

Bahasa Dayak Ngaju Part VI

Bahasa Dayak Ngaju Part VI

Atas = Hunjun/Ngambu
Bawah =Penda/Ngiwa
Mengetahui = Mangatawan
Berpikir =Bapikir
Takut = Mikeh
Darah = Daha
Kepala = Takuluk
Leher = Uyat
Rambut = Balau
Hidung = Urung
Bernafas = Manahaseng
Mulut = Nyama
Gigi = Kasinga
Telinga = Pinding
Lidah = Jela
Tertawa = Tatawe
Menangis = Manangis
Diam = Benyem
Muntah = Muta
Meludah = Maluja
Makan = Kuman
Mengunyah = Manyipa

Bahasa Dayak Ngaju Part V

Bahasa Dayak Ngaju Part V

Manuk = ayam
Bawui = babi
Hadangan = Kerbau
Pusa = Kucing
Balawau = Tikus
Bakei = Kera
Lakang = betina
Jagao = jantan
Danum = Air
Apui = Api
Petak = Tanah
Riwut = Angin
Kiri = Sambil
Kanan = Gantau
Kaki = Pai
Tangan = Lenge
Berjalan = Mananjung
Jalan = Karatak
Datang = Dumah
Berenang = Hanangoi
Kotor = Papa
Kulit = Upak
Belakang = Likut
Samping = Balikat
Hati = Atei

Bahasa Dayak Ngaju Part IV

Bahasa Dayak Ngaju Part IV

Pasah = rumah
huma = lebih kecil dari pasah (rumah)
puduk = lebih kecil lagi dari huma sama dengan pondok
dukuh = rumah yang ada di ladang, kadang kata dukuh bisa di artikan tempat berladang. Kadang sebuah dukuh bisa menjadi desa karena banyak yang ikut tinggal di daerah tersebut
Hatue = laki=laki
Bawie = perempuan
Bue = kakek
Tambie = nenek
Mama = Paman
Mina = Bibi
Kaka = kakak
Andi = adik
Apang/bapa = ayah
Indang/indu = ibu
Aken = keponakan
Durang Pahari = Sanak Saudara
Pahari = saudara

kamus bahasa dayak Nama-nama di bagian tubuh

kamus bahasa dayak
Nama-nama di bagian tubuh

Balaw (baca: ba-law) = rambut
Urung (baca: u-rung) = hidung
Pinding (baca: pin-ding) = telinga
Mata (baca: ma-ta) = mata
Uyat (baca: u-yat) = leher
Takuluk / kuluk (baca: ta-ku-luk / ku - luk) = kepala
Usuk (baca: u-suk) = dada
Toso (baca: to-so) = dada wanita
Ijang (baca: i-jang) = dagu
Jela (baca:je-la; pengucapan e seperti pengucapan huruf e pada "bebek") = lidah
Kasinga (baca: ka-sing-nga) = gigi
Balengkung (baca: ba-leng-kung; pengucapan e seperti pengucapan huruf e pada "bebek") = tenggorokan
Biweh (baca: bi-weh; pengucapan e seperti pengucapan huruf e pada "bebek") = bibir
Lenge (baca: leng-nge; pengucapan e seperti pengucapan huruf e pada "bebek") = tangan
Pai (baca: pai; disambung; bukan pay) = kaki
Silu (baca: si-lu) = kuku
Utut (baca: u-tut) = lutut
Sapak (baca: sa-pak) = paha
Penang (baca: pe-nang; pengucapan e seperti pengucapan huruf e pada "bebek") = betis
Para (baca: pa-ra) = pantat

Bahasa Dayak Ngaju Part III

Bahasa Dayak Ngaju Part III :
Bahandang = merah
Bahenda = kuning
Babilem = hitam
Baputi = putih

ije = satu
due = dua
telo = tiga
epat = empat
lime = lima
jahawen = enam
uju = tujuh
hanya = delapan
jalatien = sembilan
sapuluh = sapuluh
hitungan berikutnya sama saja misalnya sebalas, duebalas, telobalas dst
hitungan sampai ratusan sama saja misalnya saratus, dueratus dst
Sakuyan = seribu

Bahasa Dayak Ngaju Part II

Bahasa Dayak Ngaju Part II :

Uras = Semua
Toh (Jitoh) = ini
Auh = suara - (bisa bunyi, bisa juga kata-kata)
Iye = Dia
Maimbit = Membawa
Awie = Karena
Riam = Jeram
Tuntang = Dengan
Eka = Tempat
Keleh = Sebaiknya
Itih-itih = Pilih-pilih
Arep = Diri Sendiri
Hetoh = Sini
Sanan = Kasih Tahu/memberi tahu
Keton = Kalian
Atei = hati
Aloh = Meskipun

Bahasa Dayak Ngaju 1

Bahasa Dayak Ngaju

Aku = aku
Ikau = Kamu
Ikei = Kami
Ketun = Kalian
Itah = Kita

Kuman = makan
Mihup = Minum
Nanjung = Jalan
Menter = berbaring
Batiruh = tidur
Misik = bangun

Hanjewu - Sunsung = Pagi
Handau = Siang
Halemei = Sore
Hamalem = Malam

Archipiélago de Bocas del Toro

The Archipiélago de Bocas del Toro consists of six densely forested islands and scores of uninhabited islets. The islands are covered in dense jungles of vine tangles and forest palms that open up to pristine beaches fringed by reeds and mangroves. Beneath the water, an extensive coral reef ecosystem supports countless species of tropical fish.