Definition of Semarang

1. Noun. A port city is southern Indonesia; located in northern Java.

Exact synonyms: Samarang
Generic synonyms: City, Metropolis, Urban Center, Port
Group relationships: Java



Definition of Semarang

1. Noun. A city in northern Java, Indonesia. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Semarang

Selkirk Rex
Selkup
Selkups
Seller
Seller's Pack
Seller's Packs
Sellers
Sellick's manoeuvre
Sellotape
Sellotapes
Selma
Selwyn
Selznick
Semacode
Semapedia
Semarang
Semelaigne
Semi-Open Game
Semi-Open Games
Semi-Saxon
Semillon
Seminole
Seminole bread
Seminoles
Semisch's section
Semisch's ulcer
Semisulcospina
Semite
Semites
Semitic

Literary usage of Semarang

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1. European Settlements in the Far East: China, Japan, Corea, Indo-China by D. Warres Smith (1900)
"semarang semarang is situated in 110 deg. 25 min. E. longitude and 6 deg. ... The roads of semarang do not afford the same accommodation as the harbour of ..."

2. The Engineering Index Annual for by American Society of Mechanical Engineers (1914)
"42862 C. The New Workshops of the semarang- Cheribon Steam Railway Company (De nieuwe werkplaatsen der semarang- Cheribon Stoomtram Maatschappij ). ..."

3. Indonesia by James Hardy (2002)
"semarang Central Java's clattering capital typifies the activities and the ... semarang was long known as the "Red City", after Indonesian communists made ..."

4. Bacteria in Relation to Plant Diseases by Erwin Frink Smith (1914)
"semarang, 1890, 8°, 27 pp. 1890. KROGER, WILHELM. Over ziekten en vijanden van het suikerriet. Mededeelingen van het Proefstation voor suikerriet in ..."

5. Java and Her Neighbours: A Traveller's Notes in Java, Celebes, the Moluccas by Arthur Stuart Walcott (1914)
"The sea route gives the opportunity of getting a glimpse of the sea-port towns of Cheribon and semarang, and offers a welcome relief after the exertions of ..."

6. Letters of a Javanese Princess by Kartini, Agnes Louise Symmers (1920)
"You must understand that the people of semarang are opposed to sending the products of their own neighbourhood to Batavia. "East and West" wishes to open a ..."

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