Indonesia & Inggris
(in families of Arabic descent) grandfather
ke~an intimacy, familiarity
familiar form of address to young people
well known, familiar; mem~kan to be well known; ke~an fame; notoriety
tadpole; ~ besar dikubangan, buaya besar dilautan everybody is master in his own familiar surroundings
n. pertalian/keturunan darah, famili kekerabatan
familiar first person pronoun
device used in a séance: a straw man into which the spirit of a departed person not personally familiar to the audience has entered; this is fitted with s.t to write responses to questions
n. sanak, famili, keluarga, keturunan
ke~an comforting familiarity, over-indulgence
uncle, term of address and reference in westernized families and in certain regions
grandmother, term of address and reference in westernized families and in certain regions
father, esp. in westernized families
ber~-~an informal, familiar, to be intimate with (each other)
n. sanak, famili
n. keturunan; famili.
ramah ~ familiar, intimate.
term of familiar address for boys.