kampung

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Malay kampung.

Noun[edit]

kampung ‎(plural kampungs)

  1. Alternative spelling of kampong

Indonesian[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Malay kampung.

Noun[edit]

kampung

  1. hamlet (a rural habitation with a smaller size than hamlet)

Malay[edit]

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Alternative forms[edit]

Etymology[edit]

The basic meaning is “grouping” or “gathering together”, as seen in its derivatives. Compare Khmer កំពែង(kâmpêng, fortress wall, rampart; fence, stone wall; fortress, fortification; precinct, enclosure), which is from Old Khmer kaṃveṅ(enclosing wall, rampart), as well as Khmer កំពង់(kâmpông, port, landing; river town; waterfront), which is from Old Khmer kaṃvaṅ(shelving ground: shallow place (in a river), shoal; beach, bank, shore; crossing place, ford; landing place, landing, wharf; river port; that which rises or is high; one who is tall or big-bellied). Also compare Thai กำแพง(gam-pɛɛng, wall (surrounding a town, a temple)), Lao ກຳແພງ(kam phǣng, wall of a city, rampart).

Pronunciation[edit]

Noun[edit]

kampung ‎(Jawi spelling کامڤوڠ, plural kampung-kampung)

  1. village (a rural habitation of size between a hamlet and a town)
    Kampung itu banyak tempat yang indah.
    That village has many beautiful places to see.
  2. community (an area where a particular ethnic group inhabits)
    Kampung Cina‎ ― Chinatown

Derived terms[edit]

Affixed derivations:

  • berkampung-kampung(having small villages) [reduplication + stative / habitual] (redup + beR-)
  • sekampung(of the same village) [comparability] (se-)
  • kampungan(having the characteristics of a small village) [repetition / reciprocity] (-an)
  • kekampungan(boorish; villagelike) [resemblance / passive] (ke-an)
  • perkampungan(village group; place of gathering; cluster; group) [causative passive + resultative / locative / collective / variety / verbal noun / fruit] (peR- + -an)
  • seperkampungan(whole community) [causative passive + resultative / locative / collective / variety / verbal noun / fruit + immediacy / habitual] (peR- + -an + se-)
  • perkampungan(of a village) [causative passive + repetition / reciprocity] (peR- + -an)
  • kampungkan(to bring together) [causative benefactive] (-kan)
  • mengampungkan(to call; to summon; to gather) [agent focus + causative benefactive] (meN- + -kan)
  • mengampungi(to form a village at) [agent focus + causative (locative) benefactive] (meN- + -i)
  • dikampungkan(to be summoned; to be gathered) [patient focus + causative benefactive] (di- + -kan)
  • dikampungi(to be formed a village at) [patient focus + causative (locative) benefactive] (di- + -i)
  • berkampung(forming a group; gathering) [stative / habitual] (beR-)

Others:

Descendants[edit]

Adjective[edit]

kampung ‎(Jawi spelling کامڤوڠ)

  1. (figuratively) low, vulgar, old-fashioned
  2. (figuratively) folk, homemade, local, popular
    kopi kampung‎ ― folk / traditional coffee