[ US /ˌdʒɑvəˈniz/ ]
  1. a native or inhabitant of Java
  2. the Indonesian language spoken on Java
  1. of or relating to or characteristic of Java or its inhabitants or its language
    Javanese temples
    Javanese dialects
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How To Use Javanese In A Sentence

  • Choose bright, solid colors or exotic prints, like Hawaiian botanicals or Javanese batiks.
  • Grotesque; spined and tusked, spiked and antlered, wenned and breasted; as chimerically angled, cusped and cornute as though they were the superangled, supercornute gods of the cusped and angled gods of the Javanese, they strove against the sledge-headed and smiting, the multiarmed and blasting square towers. The Metal Monster
  • The Javanese system comprises thousands of Islamic boarding schools that have been set up to teach the core texts of Islam, along with critiques and commentaries on those texts.
  • As many of them can no longer speak the high form of Javanese, these young people have greater constraints in appreciating the traditional Javanese stage show.
  • After dinner, at dusk, as Mr Jukes was strolling round the house smoking a cigar, a man with a long spear came up to him, and began to turn him back with an earnest speech, of which the only word he understood was _machan_; but it was an important one, and the point of the whole oration, for it is the Javanese for tiger. Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, Volume 62, Number 385. November, 1847.
  • Javanese dialects
  • But regardless, circa 75\% of West Malaysian Austronesians are migrants from the Island of Java (Batavia), thus should be called Javanese instead of 'malay'. shanghai fish
  • The fatalistic quality of Javanese horoscopy is readily apparent in four different interpretations for Selasa Pon, which I have freely translated below.
  • Suriname Hindustani (a variant of Bhoqpuri), Javanese The 1994 CIA World Factbook
  • Having 40 homestays, the village offers the beautiful landscape of a typical Javanese kampong along with ancient rituals, exotic food and daily agricultural activities.
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