What is IR in Indonesian name?

What is a common Indonesian name?

There are many common Indonesian names. Some of them are: Budi, Wati, Agus, Tono, Tini. Eas – Gold Elang – Falcon Farel Galang – To assemble Gesang – Life or alive Gunadi – Something that’s meaningful, meaningful.

How do Indonesian names work?

Indonesian naming traditions. Most Indonesians do not have family names. Both men and women usually have a given name and then take the name of their father as a last name. Some, but not all, married Indonesian women take the last name of their husband.

How do you address a Indonesian name?

Indonesians usually address with ‘Bapak’ or ‘Ibu’ or ‘Saudara/i’. Sometimes it is followed with the person’s name. For example, Bapak Ahmad. Do NOT address these people with ‘kamu’:

How do you address a lady in Indonesia?

Indonesians normally address a lady as Ibu and a man as Pak or Bapak. It doesn’t mean you look old. It is not uncommon for a lady in her 20s to be called Ibu especially if she has some social standing. Kamu means ‘you’.

What is Indonesia female name?

Indonesian Girl Names

UTARI The north Indonesian
Gemi Modest Lifestyle Indonesian
Buana Earth Indonesian
Mentari The Sun Indonesian
Dwi Second Child Indonesian

Does Indonesian have surname?

Surnames are not legally recognised and there is no national custom of inheriting family names. Some people may have words in their name that operate like a surname (see Inherited Names below). However, most Indonesians do not have a surname.

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What does MBA mean in Indonesia?

Mba/mbak means “miss.” You can say mbak to young girls. Tggu is shortened from “tunggu”, which means “wait.” People use this abbreviation in chat.

How do you use Bapak?

NOTES : In Indonesian, ‘Bapak/Pak’ and ‘Ibu/Bu’ are used before one’s first name (not his/her last name). If a man introduces himself simply as “Joko,” then he may be referred to as “Bapak Joko” or (more commonly) “Pak Joko”. A woman named “Rita” would be “Ibu Rita” or (more commonly) “Bu Rita.”