Synonyms for yapen or Related words with yapen

selayar              kepulauan              sangir              waigeo              kangean              bacan              talaud              taliabu              saparua              seram              salawati              banggai              sumbawa              pagai              wetar              mentawai              halmahera              anambas              numfor              natuna              lomblen              misool              siberut              supiori              yamdena              pangkajene              makira              sangihe              kabaena              maluku              belitung              batanta              lembata              kasiruta              manokwari              sorong              tukangbesi              bawean              bangka              simeulue              nabire              onotoa              mamuju              derawan              mongondow              mangole              enggano              bengkalis              manihiki              bolaang             



Examples of "yapen"
The regency includes the islands and island groups of the Yapen Islands archipelago, including Yapen island. Its capital is Serui, on Serui Island.
The Yapen languages are the branch of Malayo-Polynesian languages spoken on Yapen Island and the nearby isle of Cenderawasih Bay, both in Papua province of northeastern Indonesia.
Originally, this area comprised those districts of the Yapen Islands Regency which lay on the Papuan mainland, but these districts were split off to constitute a separate regency on 12 November 2002, leaving the Yapen Islands Regency consisting only of Yapen Island and some smaller islands in Cenderawasih Bay.
The Yawa languages, or Yapen, are a small family of two closely related Papuan languages, Yawa (or Yava) and Saweru, which are often considered to be divergent dialects of a single language (and thus a language isolate). They are spoken on central Yapen Island and nearby islets, in Cenderawasih Bay, Indonesian Papua, which they share with the Austronesian Yapen languages.
They share Yapen Ιsland with the Papuan Yawa languages.
They are located off the southwestern coast of Yapen Island in Cenderawasih Bay.
Yapen (also Japen, Jobi) is an island of Papua (province), Indonesia. The Yapen Strait separates Yapen and the Biak Islands to the north. It is in Cenderawasih Bay off the north-western coast of the island of New Guinea. To the west is Mios Num Island across the Mios Num Strait, and to the east Kurudu Island. Off the southeast coast of Yapen are the Amboi Islands and to the southwest are the Kuran Islands. It is populated with communities of Yobi, Randowaya, Serui, and Ansus. Its highest point is .
It is one of the Yapen languages, in the Halmahera–Cenderawasih languages group.
Lakhimpur district occupies an area of , comparatively equivalent to Indonesia's Yapen Island.
The Yapen Islands regency comprises twelve districts ("kecamatan"), tabulated below with their populations at the 2010 Census:
It is in Cenderawasih Bay. The Mios Num Strait separates it from Yapen island to the west.
Marora Stadium is the main sports venue of Yapen Islands Regency, Papua. It has a maximum seating capacity of 10,000.
The earthquake destroyed nine villages, namely Aiyari, Randawaya, Hamtimoi, Karowaiti, Waita, Waridoni, Tare, Larelahiti and Wabudayar, and killed 17 people. More than 2,500 houses were destroyed. While Mercalli intensities of VI ("Strong") affected the island of Biak, intensities of more than VII ("Very strong") affected Serui (on Yapen) and on the neighbouring coast of the mainland. Many buildings were damaged on Yapen Island.
From Papua province, the 17 new regencies to be created are those of Gili Menawa, Moyo, Balin Senter, Bogogha, Puncak Trikora, Muara Digul, Admi Korbay, Katengban, Okika, Northwest Yapen, East Yapen, Numfor Island, Yalimek, Mambera Hulu, Southwest Yahukimo, East Yahukimo and Gondumisisare, while the 2 new municipalities are Merauke City and Baliem Valley.
Yapen Islands Regency is a regency ("kabupaten") in Papua Province of northeastern Indonesia. It is located in Cenderawasih Bay of Western New Guinea.
Hyalobathra inflammata is a moth in the Crambidae family. It was described by Hampson in 1913. It is found in New Guinea (Yapen).
The northern freetail bat ("Chaerephon jobensis") is a species of bat found in Yapen, Seram Island, Western New Guinea and Northern Australia.
Kurudu is an Eastern Yapen languages dialect of the Malayo-Polynesian languages, in Papua Province of Western New Guinea, northeastern Indonesia.
Mios Num (aka: Num, Indonesian language: "Pulau Mios Num") is an island of the Yapen Islands group, in Papua Province of Western New Guinea, northeastern Indonesia.
It is spoken on Kurudu Island, located in Cenderawasih Bay between Serui Island of the Yapen Islands, and the New Guinea mainland.