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Day·ak(dā′ăk′) or Dy·ak (dī′-)
n. pl. Dayak or Day·aks also Dyak or Dy·aks
1. A member of any of various Indonesian peoples inhabiting Borneo.
2. The language of the Dayak.
[Dayak Daya, Dayaq, upcountry (sense uncertain), Dayak.]
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n, pl -aks or -ak
(Peoples) a variant spelling of Dyak
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or Dy•ak(ˈdaɪ æk, -ək)
n., pl. -aks, (esp. collectively) -ak.
a member of any of a number of peoples inhabiting the interior of S and E Indonesian Borneo and S Sarawak.
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