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1A member of a mainly Muslim people of western Java.
- ‘Many of Indonesia's most famous pop stars are Sundanese.’
- ‘As a result, while Islam has become as important as nationalism for many Indonesians, for the Sundanese of the Priangan who identity themselves with NU, it has developed a special ethnic significance.’
- ‘The other half spans a congeries of smaller groups, the largest of which are the Sundanese, who also call Java home.’
- ‘Iwan Hendrawan, chairman of the Association of Regency Legislatures, criticized those people demanding a Sundanese governor, saying the province was home to numerous other ethnic groups besides Sundanese.’
- ‘Certainly, for the rural Sundanese, modernity carries overtones of urbanisation, Westernisation, and corruption.’
- ‘In Indonesia, people from the provinces of East Java, Yogyakarta and Central Java are called Javanese, while West Javanese are called Sundanese.’
- ‘Born as Abdul Azis, the 35-year-old Sundanese was described as a highly mobile man with a clear brown complexion, thin moustache, and always wearing a hat.’
- ‘But the owners are not native of West Sumatra, but usually Javenese and Sundanese.’
- ‘The Sundanese of West Java, by contrast, are ardently Muslim.’
- ‘Indeed, the Sundanese in rural West Java fervently consider themselves to be as Muslim as they are Sundanese.’
- ‘Batak who migrate to cities in Java organize evening lessons to instruct newcomers in proper behavior with the majority Javanese and Sundanese with whom they will live and work.’
- ‘The range of ethnic groups is vast but the principal ones are: Malay, Javanese, Sundanese, Madurese, Balinese, Ambon.’
- ‘The two-child family ideal at the centre of this philosophy contradicts rural notions concerning the importance of a large family to the future of the lineage, Sundanese ethnicity and Islam as the NU Sundanese perceive it.’
- ‘In this paper, I explore Islam as it is practised by the Sundanese in the Priangan Mountains in central West Java.’
- ‘Even the Sundanese of West Java, who consider themselves Muslims, believe rice is the personification of the rice Goddess Dewi Sri.’
- ‘For the rural Sundanese of West Java who identify with Nahdatul Ulama Islam, the tingkeban is considered a mandatory ritual to be conducted for a woman who is seven months pregnant.’
- ‘Costuming for this performance was the customary dress of the Sundanese, both formal attire and everyday street clothes were worn.’
2The Indonesian language of the Sundanese.
- ‘It sounded like some ancient version of Sundanese and he was mumbling.’
- ‘In Sundanese the old man said: ‘Don't pay attention to it.’
- ‘A friend from high school even tried to be creative, writing a long message in three languages - Indonesian, Javanese and Sundanese.’
- ‘Most of them mix in words from other languages, like Sundanese, Javanese and the ever-present Betawi (sono in place of sana).’
- ‘They speak both their native tongue, Sundanese, and the Indonesian national language.’
- ‘Some bluntly blamed school teachers for not introducing Sundanese culture and not teaching them how to write poems and fiction in Sundanese or Indonesian.’
Relating to the Sundanese or their language.
- ‘History records that the ensembles then consisted of a combination of Chinese and Sundanese instruments including gambang.’
- ‘During the question period, Senator Jaffer explained that Canada is doing two things to include Sundanese people in the peace process.’
- ‘Jakarta residents need not go all the way to Hong Kong to enjoy such an experience (and the experience of picking one's own fish fresh from the pond is also offered by many a local Sundanese restaurant).’
- ‘Pak Iwan, the duty manager, was dressed in a Sundanese outfit.’
- ‘‘Those who stay awake to listen or watch wayang performances are old Sundanese people, or youths who are socially marginalized just like the art they are enjoying,’ said a Sundanese culture figure.’
- ‘His father is Balinese and his mother Sundanese.’
- ‘Nurul, who likes Sundanese food and seafood and enjoys the works of John Grisham and Sidney Sheldon, is a Muslim, while her husband is a Catholic.’
- ‘She also perfected her knowledge of Sundanese singing and flute playing, and later classical Javanese singing.’
- ‘I conducted the chief period of my fieldwork among Sundanese villagers in the shire of Cikajang, in the Priangan Mountains of West Java, from 1995-96, that is, during the last years of the Suharto regime.’
- ‘Two percussionists from Bandung, Wahyu and Jiner, played their instruments beautifully to add a Sundanese touch to the music.’
- ‘Religion is thus central to the way rural Sundanese communities construe the world and position themselves within it in connection and in opposition to outside forces.’
- ‘Wahyu's residency provides a unique opportunity for people to learn and experience Sundanese music and culture first-hand.’
- ‘She edged through the ash in a storm to the music of Sundanese drums and an electronic soundscape.’
- ‘He said that a rest area would supposedly be built where Sundanese and Purwakarta traditional food would be sold as well as stalls selling handicrafts and peuyeum.’
- ‘The assignments consisted of writing responses to self-selected Sundanese poems and fiction.’
- ‘There are still many non-Islamic elements in Sundanese ceremonies and rituals, particularly those surrounding the growing of rice.’
- ‘For instance, we blend Balinese and Javanese music, or Sundanese and Minang music.’
- ‘Unfortunately, we couldn't find a suitable place in this lovely town famous for its delicious rice, as well as the tembang Cianjuran traditional Sundanese music.’
- ‘Popular until the 1960s, all-male reog groups often collaborated with other traditional Sundanese musicians, with gongs and flutes often added to the ensemble.’
- ‘The narrative then moves to the introduction of rice into the Sundanese kingdom and the development of practices and sex taboos around the cooking of rice.’
From Sundanese Sunda, the western part of Java, + -ese.
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