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The History Of Nagari Jaho : Part 3

Posted By admin Monday, March 14, 2011

ORIGIN words JAHO


According Mytos Etymology "JAHO" words come from the "JAUAH TAMBANGAN". That is, their traditional mining (nan urang sabaleh) was far from his native region of Padang Panjang Pariangan the Tampuak Tangkai lam Minangkabau. Since departing from their hometown, people are wandering in the wilderness as nomads looking for new areas of good to be a place to stay, until it came to the place where they are be farmer. That is meant by customary Far mines.
In addition, there is mention where the word is derived from "Tambangan Kuda". At this time the hill ganting farm between the hills aru, the head of this group hire (tied on a length) horse in a field far from the place of this berhuma. Name Padang Kudo it is still known and can be found in fields in the area Jaho.

Etymology The word comes from the language Jaho Minang Kabau Kawi "JAHE" , which means Big Dipper for driving the ground. Jahe is commonly used to level off (manaruko) paddy land or residential land. Jahe as these cultural objects brought by urang nan balimo as founder Nagari Jaho.
These words come from the quarry mining (tambilang) brought by urang baranam nan, to establish a village known for its mines. Mine is a tool for manaruko (pullers Jahe).

The process of change in speech (language) as Jahe said to Jaho said this is tantamount to the development of the word "Villages" which comes from Sangsekerta language that is "Negarom". However, according to Kabau Minang language, speech villages came from "Fences" and given the prefix "in" and given a suffix that became fenced. So the smallest villages as local laws in Nature Minang Kabau must be fenced (bapaga) purpose for villages together with the community remains strong and peaceful. There are two fences to keep the stability of this village, namely fencing and fence Indigenous Nature.
1. What is meant by Natural fences are:
Kabukik ba-guliang aia, Kalurah ba-anak sungai, Batu Napa, Puncak Gunung, Punggung Bukit, Rimbo Ana
2. The definition of Indigenous fence is:
Alek, Janang, Jago, Sanjato, Parik, Mufakat, Kawan, Bana.
Inilah yang disebut dalam Alam Minang Kabau dengan Nagari, yaitu bapaga adat - bapaga hukum.


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CLOSING TO ALL PART OF HISTORY OF NAGARI JAHO



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