Synonyms for enggano or Related words with enggano

sangihe              banggai              yapen              wetar              togian              talaud              siberut              sangir              saparua              waigeo              kangean              seram              tanimbar              misool              bawean              simeulue              salawati              mentawai              halmahera              mangaia              sipora              batanta              yamdena              bacan              lomblen              calamian              smedleyi              vanikoro              maratua              kepulauan              malayana              kalao              myrmechis              manipa              kabaena              ponapensis              minahassa              lembeh              kasiruta              erromango              palawanensis              sumbawa              tagulandang              marquesan              supiori              piopio              nesiotis              tagula              manihiki              sumatranus             

Examples of "enggano"
There are a number of plant and animal species endemic to the island. These include the bird species Enggano scops owl, Enggano imperial pigeon, Enggano thrush, Enggano hill myna, and Enggano white-eye.
The Enggano hill myna or Enggano myna ("Gracula enganensis") is a member of the starling family. It is an endemic resident of Enggano Island, off southwest Sumatra.
The Enggano scops owl ("Otus enganensis") is an owl endemic to Enggano Island, Indonesia.
Italian explorer Elio Modigliani visited Enggano Island between April 25 and July 13, 1891. He detailed the apparently dominant role of women in Enggano culture in "L'Isola delle Donne" ("The Island of Women"), first published in 1894. The Rijksmuseum has an important collection of Enggano artifacts and their publication by Pieter J.ter Keurs reproduces Modigliani's drawings.
Modigliani visited Enggano Island between April 25 and July 13, 1891. He detailed the apparently dominant role of women in Enggano culture in "L'Isola delle Donne" ("The Island of Women"), first published in 1894.
The Enggano thrush ("Geokichla leucolaema") is a species of bird in the family Turdidae. It is endemic to rainforests on Enggano Island off Sumatra in Indonesia. It has traditionally been considered a subspecies of the chestnut-capped thrush.
The Enggano cuckoo-dove ("Macropygia cinnamomea") is a species of bird in the family Columbidae. It is endemic to Enggano Island in Indonesia. Until 2016, it was considered a subspecies of the ruddy cuckoo-dove.
The traditional architecture of the Indonesian island of Enggano is pile-built.
It is found only on Enggano Island, Indonesia. It is critically endangered.
The Enggano rat ("Rattus enganus") is a species of rodent in the family Muridae.
The Enggano language, or Engganese, is the poorly known language of Enggano Island off the southwestern coast of Sumatra. It appears to be an Austronesian language, though much of the basic vocabulary cannot be connected to other Austronesian languages. When first contacted by Europeans, the Enggano people had more in common culturally with the Nicobar Islands than with Austronesian Sumatra; however, there are no apparent linguistic connections with Nicobarese or other Austroasiatic languages.
The Enggano white-eye ("Zosterops salvadorii") is a species of bird in the family Zosteropidae. It is endemic to Indonesia.
The Enggano imperial pigeon ("Ducula oenothorax") is a bird in the family Columbidae. It was formerly considered conspecific with the green imperial pigeon. It is endemic to the island of Enggano, which lies to the west of southern Sumatra in Indonesia.
The Nasal language was discovered in 2008 in Kaur Regency, Bengkulu, Sumatra. The Enggano language is highly divergent. Their classification is uncertain.
There are six villages on Enggano Island, which are all located on the island's only main road, which traverses the island's northeast coast (Yoder 2011:6).
Chalcosia coliadoides is a moth of the Zygaenidae family. It is found in south-east Asia, including Sumatra, Burma, Annam, Malacca, Borneo, Bangka Island, Nias, Enggano and Java.
Pachliopta adamas is a swallowtail butterfly belonging to the genus "Pachliopta", the roses, or red-bodied swallowtails. It is found in Bawan, Java, and Enggano.
With the Southern, Nias and Enggano hill mynas as separate species, the common hill myna, "Gracula religiosa", has seven or eight subspecies which differ only slightly. They are:
Enggano Island is about 100 km southwest of Sumatra, Indonesia. It is one of the 92 officially listed outlying islands of Indonesia.
The 7.9 Mw Enggano earthquake shakes southwestern Sumatra with a maximum Mercalli intensity of VI ("Strong"). One-hundred and three people were killed and 2,174–2,585 were injured.