Synonyms for abang or Related words with abang

karang              lembah              baru              tebing              puteh              mesjid              kramat              awang              rantau              balingian              bachok              kubang              pinang              pematang              sumber              kebun              bunut              hutan              pangkal              pandang              pujut              tasek              balai              tuang              gedong              penghulu              intan              gelang              kerja              murni              simunjan              melintang              empat              saratok              sadong              hujung              gading              kunak              hitam              lumadan              burung              parit              tellian              ujung              machang              penelitian              jumat              palangkaraya              banjarmasin              merah             



Examples of "abang"
Abang Zohari, son of Abang Openg Abang Sapiee (the first Yang di-Pertua Negeri of Sarawak) and Dayang Masniah Abdul Rahman, is married with Juma'ani Tuanku Bujang and has two children.
Born in 1921, Salahuddin, or Abang Louis, is the only son of Abang Barieng bin Abang Anyut, a well-known figure in the Third Division (present-day Sibu Division).
Abang Mercy (born Mercy Banku Abang in 1984 and now Mercy Banku Abang-Asu) is a Nigerian journalist, environmental consultant and social media expert. She has gone on several election observation missions on the West African sub-continent. She has an interview series, "Conversations with Abang Mercy", which has had guests such as Reno Omokri, Dele Momodu and Chude Jideonwo.
It is a display of the photographs of community leaders or famous historical figures of various community groups including Iban, Orang Ulu, Malays and Chinese. Among the Iban leaders are Tun Jugah anak Barieng, Temenggong Koh ak Jubang, Temenggong Sibat ak Buyong, and Temenggong Jinggut ak Attan. Among the Chinese community are Kapitan Ah Wai, Tan Guan Hock and Tan Sit Leong. Among the Orang Ulu are Penghulu Hang Nyipa, Penghulu Puso Abun and Matu Puso. Malay leaders include Radin Yusop bin Radin Salleh. Datuk Abang Abdul Gapor bin Abang Tek, Datu Abang Ahmad bin Datu Abang Abdul Gapor, and Datuk Abang Indih bin Datu Abang Gapor.
The 6th and current Chief Minister of Sarawak is Abang Abdul Rahman Zohari Abang Openg, who took office on 13 January 2017.
A known Malay officer from Sarawak to have commanded the Ranger regiment as Commanding Officer, were Lt. Col (R) Abang Hamdan Bin Abang Hadari and Lt Col (R) Abang Mohd Ali Badren Bin Abang Willie (9 RRD). Another Sarawakian Malay officer, Capt.(R) Ahmad Johan, later became well known businessman and now known as Tan Sri Ahmad Johan,Chairman of National Aerospace and Defense Industries Sdn.Bhd (NADI).
KA Commuter Line Tanah Abang - Rangkasbitung or the Maja Line is a commuter rail line in Indonesia, operated by KA Commuter Jabodetabek. The line connects Tanah Abang station in Central Jakarta and Rangkasbitung station in Lebak Regency, Banten. On maps and diagrams, the line is shown using the color "green" (). Tanah Abang - Rangkasbitung line is the fourth busiest line in the Commuter Line system.
Tanah Abang, sometimes written as Tanahabang Station (THB) is a train station located in Kampung Bali, Tanah Abang. This station located to the east of West Flood Canal. The station and the canal are only separated by a small, narrow embankment and as such, Tanah Abang station is prone to flooding, especially during the heavy rain station.
091 Batusari - Tanjung Duren - Citraland - Grogol - Roxy Mas - Tanah Abang
640 Pasar Minggu - Pancoran - Gatot Subroto - Thamrin - Tosari - Tanah Abang
Tanah Abang locomotive depot located north of the station.
On 22 August 2016, it was announced by Hobro IK that they had acquired Abang on loan for the 2016–17 Danish 1st Division season. While with the club, Abang scored 3 goals in 10 league matches. The loan deal was cancelled six months before time and Abang went back to New York Red Bulls on 31 January 2017.
Tanah Abang (English language : The Red Land) is a subdistrict of Central Jakarta, Indonesia. The subdistrict hosts the biggest textile market in Southeast Asia, Tanah Abang Market. Tanah Abang subdistrict is also the location of Bung Karno Stadium (in Kelurahan Gelora) and the western half of the Sudirman Central Business District.
Gelora is an administrative village in the Tanah Abang district of Indonesia. It has postal code of 10270. Walikota Jakarta Pusat office also located in Gelora village, Tanah Abang.
Tanah Abang market is located in the Kelurahan Kebon Kacang. The Kelurahan is served by the Tanah Abang railway station, which is located in the western border of the administrative village. The market has been known to exist since 1735. Tanah Abang market is the main textile trade in Indonesia and the biggest in Southeast Asia. Before 2003, the market was divided into three areas, known as "Metro Tanah Abang", "Tanah Abang Lama", and "Tanah Abang AURI". A small part of the market was destroyed by the fire in February 2003. Since 2003 the market has been rebuilt. Other market areas, "Blok A" and "Blok B", were added to the area in 2005 and 2010. Blok A is the biggest among others with 160,000 square meter with almost 8,000 kiosks, is visited about 80,000 buyers in busy days with transaction about Rp 500 billions ($43 millions) per day and has well known in Africa and Middle East.
A Iban version of the national anthem is said to have been composed by Abang Ujai:
The fourth route is from Bogor to Tanah Abang (APTB 11).
Jaden A. Zander and Muhammad Zulkifli Bin Mohammed Salleh for Abang
Tanah Abang station is a terminus for KA Commuter Jabodetabek Green Line and some intercity services.
At half-past five, the Malay leader of the attacking party named Abang Aing was advancing under cover of the pilan and tried to set fire to Libau Rentap's fort. Abang Aing was struck by a musket shoot, wounded and fell to the ground. When the evening came Tuan Muda Charles Brooke's warriors had to carry Abang Aing back to their camp. When Libau Rentap and his warriors saw that Abang Aing was wounded, they beat their gongs and yelled loudly with cheers in triumph.