n.— «“Often, they (Malaysian society) refer to Indonesia’s labour force as “Indon’ (a truncated version of Indonesian).” The writer said that “Indon” was a derogatory term to describe people who are less than equal.…”Indon” has been gaining that kind of connotation in Malaysia as well because of violent crimes committed by illegal Indonesian workers in Malaysia.» —“‘Indon’ is a no-no in Indonesia” New Straits-Times (Malaysia) Apr. 17, 2005. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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