from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. Plural of nasus.


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  • DH and I shared a Vegetarian Rice Table, or rijsttafel often misspelled rijstaffel, a Dutch word that literally translates to "rice table", and is an elaborate meal adapted by the Dutch from the Indonesian feast called nasi padang:


  • In Malaysia, a somewhat related recipe is called nasi kang kang.

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  • The dire situation means Sadumi's family, along with Tengger's majority Hindu community, have to eat what is locally known as nasi aron, or corn powder, to survive.

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  • In a leafy suburb just 10 minutes from KL Sentral, the city's main public transportation hub, Pinang Masak serves nasi campur, rice -- "nasi" means "cooked rice" -- with a selection of curries and other dishes, that tastes like it came from a Malay grandmother's kitchen.

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  • Food stalls nearby also serve basic Indonesian fare such as nasi goreng, or Indonesian fried rice.

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  • President Solitaire (02-255-7200) - Until Aug 14: The Dining Room features a Malaysian food promotion with dishes such as nasi lemak, mee goreng mamak, curry with jasmine rice and more. : Breaking News

  • Obama continued his discussions with Yudhoyono, along with wife Michelle, at a state dinner where he was to be served favorite dishes from his Indonesia childhood such as nasi goreng and bakso fried rice and meatball soup.

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  • This should include essential goods such as nasi-lemak, char-kuey-teow rice, sugar and salt.

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  • Obama said he missed several local delicacies such as nasi goreng

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  • Pizza is the main menu at Domus, besides local fare such as nasi goreng (fried rice) and garlic cassava.

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  • Means rice in Indonesian and Malay, hence the images below (not of noses, one hopes) and the Indonesian comments in the Twatter feed.

    July 22, 2011

  • Nasi is both the plural and genitive (possessive) case of nasus. The genitive case nasi means "of the nose."

    July 22, 2011