Bahau

(from the article `Dayak`) Various subgroups of the Dayak have been distinguished, although lines of demarcation are difficult to establish. Among the most important of the ... indigenous people of central Borneo, grouped with the Kenyah and several lesser groups under the general name Bahau. Numbering about 27,000 in the ... indig...
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Bahau

Bahau ({zh|t=馬口}) is the principal town of Jempol district, Negeri Sembilan, Malaysia. The name Bahau is believed to have been derived from a Chinese phrase. Bahau is literally translated as "Horse`s Mouth" while the nearby town, Mahsan means "Horse`s Body" in Cantonese. ==History== The earliest recorded role of the area around Bahau is ...
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