deutero–Malay

noun deu·tero–Malay \"+\

Definition of deutero–Malay

plural

-s

  1. :  a member of a group of people believed to have migrated to the Malay Peninsula over two thousand years ago following the migration of the proto-Malays —called also Malayan, Malaysian

deutero–Malayan

or

deutero–Malaysian

\"+\ adjective

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Origin and Etymology of deutero–malay

1deuter- + Malay


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