from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The ancient and sacred language of Java. Also written Kavi.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
This brochure in Swahili for a wind power company seems to use the word 'kawi' quite a bit.
So, Swahili 'kawi' still applies? a shade of cognates seem to appear, that of arabic 'quwwah', though malay-indonesian "kuat" would be applied to mean strength.
In the process of researching my post on the multilingual ad and let's not slack off, people—there are words yet to be identified—kawi, bukola, yemashala...
When they told Stade that he was to be eaten, they added, in order to cheer him, that he was to be washed down with a really pleasant drink called kawi.
Sand is commonly met with at the depth of three or four fathoms, and beneath this a stratum of napal or steatite, which is considered as a sign that the metal is near; but the least fallible mark is a red stone, called batu kawi, lying in detached pieces.
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: P ja3far: boo a country that is build on the doors of ambassies boo a country were the independance byencha7ad ch7ede boo a country were people think that by raising slogans like libnan kawi bida3fihi they can maintain ...