Makassarese



[muh-kas-uh-reez, -rees] /məˌkæs əˈriz, -ˈris/

noun, plural Makassarese for 1.
1.
a member of a Muslim people of southwestern Sulawesi, near Ujung Pandang, closely related to the Buginese.
2.
the Austronesian language of the Makassarese.

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