a state in Malaysia, on the SW Malay Peninsula. 3160 sq. mi. (8184 sq. km).
Capital: Shah Alam.
a state of Peninsular Malaysia, on the Strait of Malacca: established as a British protectorate in 1874, became a Federated Malay State in 1896 and part of Malaysia in 1946; tin producer. Capital: Shah Alam. Pop: 4 188 876 (2000). Area: 7955 sq km (3071 sq miles)
noun a fear of light flashes Word Origin Greek selas ‘light’
noun 1. Hubert, Jr. 1928–2004, U.S. novelist. noun 1. an inland port in N England, in North Yorkshire, on the River Ouse: centre for a coalfield since 1983: agricultural products. Pop: 15 807 (2001)
adjective, Archaic. 1. strange; uncommon.
noun 1. George Baldwin, 1846–1922, U.S. inventor of a gasoline-powered car. 2. John, 1584–1654, English historian, Orientalist, and politician. 3. a city on N Long Island, in SE New York. noun 1. John. 1584–1654, English antiquary and politician. As a member of Parliament, he was twice imprisoned for opposing the king