[jav-uh-neez, -nees, jah-vuh-] /ˌdʒæv əˈniz, -ˈnis, ˌdʒɑ və-/
of or relating to the island of , its people, or their language.
noun, plural Javanese.
a member of the native Malayan people of Java, especially of that branch of it in the central part of the island.
the Austronesian language of central Java.
of, relating to, or characteristic of Java, its people, or the Javanese language
(pl) -nese. a native or inhabitant of Java
a Malayo-Polynesian language of Central and Eastern Java
- Java open language toolkit
project (JOLT) A project aimed at providing a freely available and redistributale implementation of Sun Microsystems’s Java language and tools. (http://redhat.com/linux-info/jolt/). (1996-12-17)
- Java remote method protocol
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- Java run-time environment
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