Definition of Lalang

1. a coarse grass [n -S]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Lalang

lakeweeds
lakewide
lakh
lakhs
lakier
lakiest
lakin
laking
lakings
lakins
lakish
laksa
laksas
laky
laky blood
lalang (current term)
lalangs
lalapalooza
laldie
laldies
laldy
laliatry
laliophobia
lalique
laliques
lall
lallan
lalland
lallands
lallapaloosa

Literary usage of Lalang

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Reading List on Papermaking Materials by Clarence Jay West (1921)
"HAYNES, T. lalang as a papermaking material. Monthly Consular and Trade Reports, Apr. 5, 1909, No. 3447, 12-13. INVESTIGATION of materials suggested for the ..."

2. The Gardens' Bulletin, Singapore by Botanic Gardens (Singapore (1907)
"By varying the chemicals and mechanical treatment of lalang and by cutting it at different stages of its growth and by a slight admixture of other fibrous ..."

3. The Broad Stone of Empire: Problems of Crown Colony Administration, with by Charles Bruce (1910)
"During the succeeding ten years the land is overgrown with a coarse grass called 'lalang,' and if the forest reserves were felled the whole Settlement would ..."

4. An Abridged Malay-English Dictionary (romanized) by Richard James Wilkinson (1908)
"II. lain lalang, going and coming; passing backwards and forwards. lalat, the common fly (musca) ; l. hijau, the " blue-bottle " fly ; I. fcer- bau, ..."

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