campong


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campong

(ˈkæmpɒŋ)
n
another spelling of kampong
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Noun1.campong - a native village in Malaysiacampong - a native village in Malaysia  
village, hamlet - a settlement smaller than a town
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As the two chests were being carried into the central campong, Sing, who was standing near Virginia, called her attention to the fact that Bududreen was one of those who staggered beneath the weight of the heavier burden.
The Malay and lascar crew divided their time between watch duty on board the Ithaca, policing the camp, and cultivating a little patch of clearing just south of their own campong.
When von Horn had finished, he cautioned him against divulging to Virginia anything that took place within the inner campong.
Without a word he turned and left the campong. A moment later Sing's knock aroused Professor Maxon from the reverie into which he had fallen, and he stepped to the trap door to receive his evening meal.
On one occasion, after we had been talking to him late in his campong, he jumped up.
Police also arrested Yasser's companion identified as Sowaib Baraocor Boransing, 29, a resident of Barangay Campong Inudaran, Marantao town.