from The Century Dictionary.
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Bali kechil Solar sea salt from Bali; irregular hollow pyramids and flakes; good on pretzels, bagels, tarte Tatin, Indonesian dishes.
The variety of roots of the yam and potato kind, under the general name of ubi, is almost endless; the dioscorea being generally termed ubi kechil (small), and the convolvulus ubi gadang (large); some of which latter, of the sort called at Bencoolen the China-yam, weigh as much as forty pounds, and are distinguished into the white and the purple.
(Dolichos katjang), k. ka-karah (D. lignosus), k. kechil (Phaseolus radiatus), k. ka-karah gatal (Dolichos pruriens) and many others.
At the island of Punchong kechil, on which our settlement stands, it is a common practice to moor the vessels by a hawser to a tree on shore.
Bintang kechil (not verified) - Fri, 04 / 17 / 2009 - 3: 35pm
Dan bila mahu buang air kechil aku terasa hangat, pedih.