Wiktionary:Requested entries (Indonesian)
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- Allah (needs Indonesian)
- batang measure word used for long, stick-like objects
- biji measure word used for tiny, round things
- buah measure word generally used for non-living things
- blusukan 
- batik - has English entry but not Indonesian
- ekor measure word used for animals
- helai measure word used for long, thin and generally flat things
- hiduppun Possibly a typo of hidup pun? Occurs at 1:47 in this song.
- juru selamat n., means "saviour" or "messiah" according to Google Translate.
- lembar measure word used for paper
- mampus - (die?) - needs Indonesian --Jackofclubs 10:42, 14 March 2009 (UTC)
- mandor - (surveyer?) - needs Indonesian --Jackofclubs 12:34, 22 March 2009 (UTC)
- mangkok - bowl?
- mengalir - flow? Verb or noun?
- orang measure word used for people
- panpsikisme = panpsychism
- Pencak silat (capitalisation??) - an umbrella term for the martial arts of Indonesia. also spelled penchak silat or pentjak silat
- pejabat -- officials?
- randai - a folk theater tradition of the Minangkabau ethnic group
- tampan - needs Indonesian - snazzy/sharp-dressed? --Jackofclubs 18:45, 26 December 2008 (UTC)