Cooljugator: The Smart Conjugator in Malay

This is a very simple Malay verb conjugator. Our goal is to make Malay conjugation easy, smart and straightforward.

You can input verbs into the Cooljugator bar above in any form, tense or mood in both Malay and English. The Malay Cooljugator can currently do around 414 verbs. We suggest you try it out.

You can also click here to browse the list of Malay verbs that we can conjugate.

Common Malay verbs

If you run out of ideas, some Malay verbs according to their frequency of use on Cooljugator are:

The Malay language

Malay is a language of the Austronesian family, mainly spoken in Malaysia, but also Singapore, Brunei, and with over 80 million native speakers (and a couple hundred million overall speakers).

From the ninth century until almost the end of the Middle Ages (in European terms), Malay was used as the official court language of the Sumateran empire called Sriwijaya, and also the language used in the big state Malacca. Therefore, Malay became the native language of the peoples on both sides of the Strait of Malacca. As the Strait of Malacca became a busy trading point, Malay was extensively used in trade. Through this, the language quickly spread throughout Indonesia. Afterwards, the language was used as a religious language by both Christians and Muslims. As the Dutch occupied Malaysia in the seventeenth hundreds, Malay had already been so widely used in the region that the Dutch decided to not impose their own languages and to continue the use of Malay for communication.

Malay is considered to be one of the easiest languages to learn. It is mutually intelligible with Indonesian, and there have even been political accords in 1972 to bring the two languages and cultures closer together.

Since Malay shares some parts of its history with Indonesian, it is worth taking a look at Indonesianto learn about Malay too!

About Malay conjugation

Malay conjugation is a a simple and straightforward task, but we still chose to include this Cooljugator so as to provide you with plenty of examples and to enable an easier search.

Just like the Indonesian one, our Malay Cooljugator is still under development and more verbs will be added in the future. If you would like to see it expanded, get in touch to let us know so we prioritise it! And if you’d like to help up with it, get in touch too!

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