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1 Dusun of Borneo on Sun Sep 14, 2008 3:35 pm

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Who are they? According to Wikipedia:
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Dusun washing with their water buffalo, c. 1910





Dusun is the collective name of a tribe or ethnic and linguistic group in the Malaysian state of Sabah. Due to similarities in culture and language with the Kadazan ethnic group, and also because of other political initiatives, a new unified term called "Kadazan-Dusun" was created. Collectively, they form largest ethnic group Sabah. A small minority of Dusuns can also be found in Brunei where they are defined by the constitution to be one of the seven Bumiputera groups.
The ethnic group, makes up, at one time, 30% of Sabah population and
are broken down into more than 30 sub-ethnic, or dialectical groups, or
tribes each speaking a slightly different dialect of the Dusunic family
language. They are mostly mutually understandable.
Coincidentally, Dusun is the Malay
word that means "orchard" and is derived from "Orang Dusun" or "men of
the orchards" as their houses are surrounded with fruit trees, and they
normally trade with the coastal people by bringing their agricultural
produce to exchange for salt, salted fish, and other products. The
name, Dusun, was popularized by the British colonial masters who
borrowed the term from the Brunei Malays.
There is, however, confusion about the use of "Dusun" when the name,
Kadazan, was introduced as the new identity of the Dusun people in the
early 1960s. At one time there was a serious dispute between those who
want the group to be called "Kadazans" (saying that "Dusun" was
deragotary), and those who want to continue with the original "Dusun".
The pro-Dusuns argued that "Kadazan" originates from the word
"Kakadazan" (a place of many shops--"Kadai" is "shop" in Kadazan), thus
"Kadazan" can also be said to originate from Malay! Those Dusuns in the
Penampang and Papar district now prefer to be called Kadazans.
The name "Kadazandusun" was adopted by KDCA and USDA as a compromise
between those who prefer Dusun and those who prefer Kadazan. In later
years, the name "Kadazandusun-Murut", or KDM (the plural forms are
"Kadazandusun-Muruts", or KDMs) began to appear in public use. This is
a political tag meant to unite the Kadazan-Dusun and Murut ethnic
groups in Sabah.
They KDMs were for the most part animists, but most have become
Christians, and a smaller percentage, Muslim. The vast majority of
Kadazandusuns live in the hills and upland valleys and have a
reputation for peacefulness, hospitality, hard work, frugality,
drinking, and are averse to violence, although in the recent past they
did indulge in headhunting as part of their tribal wars. Now they have
very much been modernised and absorbed into the larger framework of the
Malaysian society, taking up various occupations as government
servants, and employees in the private sector, as well as becoming
business owners. Many have achieved tertiary education both locally and
overseas (in America, England, Australia and New Zealand).
In their old traditional setting they use various methods of
fishing, including using the juice of the roots of a plant they call
"tuba" to poison fish in rivers.
Kadazandusuns are known as the Latin artists of the East, being
famous in the state for love and passion for music. Their traditional
dances appear attractive and gentle full of passion for life, making
the Kadazandusun culture a popular and beautiful one, and much sought
by tourists to Sabah.
Even though Kadazandusuns are known for their peaceful nature, they
are also well known for their bravery and defiant nature towards
oppression and foreign rule. Monsopiad the legendary warrior of the
Penampang district who lived in the 1700s to 1800s took 48 heads in the
heat of battle before being overwhelmed. Warriors in the Marudu
district (the most fearsome being Kulindod), and in Tuaran fought off
attacks of enemies--Irranuns in Marudu, and Bruneians and Irranuns in
Tuaran.
The Kadazandusuns' biggest problem now is the fact that their
percentage within the enlarged population of Sabah (now 3 million) has
been seriously reduced, and the fact that they have actually become a
minority.

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Dusun hillmen coming down to the coast to trade, c. 1910






  • L. W. W. Gudgeon (1913). British North Borneo, pp. 22 to 39. London, Adam and Charles Black.
  • Monica Glyn-Jones (1953). The Dusun of the Penampang Plains, 2 vols. London.
  • Hewett, Godfrey" (1923) The Dusuns of North Borneo" Proceedings of
    the Royal Society of London. Series B, Containing Papers of a
    Biological Character, Volume 95, Issue 666, pp. 157-163 Publication
    Date: 08/1923
  • WILLIAMS, THOMAS RHYS. The Dusun: A North Borneo Society. NY. Holt, Rinehart and Winston. 1966.






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2 Re: Dusun of Borneo on Sun Sep 14, 2008 6:55 pm

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karasumbang wrote:Who are they? According to Wikipedia:
Dusun



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Dusun washing with their water buffalo, c. 1910





Dusun is the collective name of a tribe or ethnic and linguistic group in the Malaysian state of Sabah. Due to similarities in culture and language with the Kadazan ethnic group, and also because of other political initiatives, a new unified term called "Kadazan-Dusun" was created. Collectively, they form largest ethnic group Sabah. A small minority of Dusuns can also be found in Brunei where they are defined by the constitution to be one of the seven Bumiputera groups.
The ethnic group, makes up, at one time, 30% of Sabah population and
are broken down into more than 30 sub-ethnic, or dialectical groups, or
tribes each speaking a slightly different dialect of the Dusunic family
language. They are mostly mutually understandable.
Coincidentally, Dusun is the Malay
word that means "orchard" and is derived from "Orang Dusun" or "men of
the orchards" as their houses are surrounded with fruit trees, and they
normally trade with the coastal people by bringing their agricultural
produce to exchange for salt, salted fish, and other products. The
name, Dusun, was popularized by the British colonial masters who
borrowed the term from the Brunei Malays.
There is, however, confusion about the use of "Dusun" when the name,
Kadazan, was introduced as the new identity of the Dusun people in the
early 1960s. At one time there was a serious dispute between those who
want the group to be called "Kadazans" (saying that "Dusun" was
deragotary), and those who want to continue with the original "Dusun".
The pro-Dusuns argued that "Kadazan" originates from the word
"Kakadazan" (a place of many shops--"Kadai" is "shop" in Kadazan), thus
"Kadazan" can also be said to originate from Malay!
Those Dusuns in the
Penampang and Papar district now prefer to be called Kadazans.
The name "Kadazandusun" was adopted by KDCA and USDA as a compromise
between those who prefer Dusun and those who prefer Kadazan. In later
years, the name "Kadazandusun-Murut", or KDM (the plural forms are
"Kadazandusun-Muruts", or KDMs) began to appear in public use. This is
a political tag meant to unite the Kadazan-Dusun and Murut ethnic
groups in Sabah.
They KDMs were for the most part animists, but most have become
Christians, and a smaller percentage, Muslim. The vast majority of
Kadazandusuns live in the hills and upland valleys and have a
reputation for peacefulness, hospitality, hard work, frugality,
drinking, and are averse to violence, although in the recent past they
did indulge in headhunting as part of their tribal wars. Now they have
very much been modernised and absorbed into the larger framework of the
Malaysian society, taking up various occupations as government
servants, and employees in the private sector, as well as becoming
business owners. Many have achieved tertiary education both locally and
overseas (in America, England, Australia and New Zealand).
In their old traditional setting they use various methods of
fishing, including using the juice of the roots of a plant they call
"tuba" to poison fish in rivers.
Kadazandusuns are known as the Latin artists of the East, being
famous in the state for love and passion for music. Their traditional
dances appear attractive and gentle full of passion for life, making
the Kadazandusun culture a popular and beautiful one, and much sought
by tourists to Sabah.
Even though Kadazandusuns are known for their peaceful nature, they
are also well known for their bravery and defiant nature towards
oppression and foreign rule. Monsopiad the legendary warrior of the
Penampang district who lived in the 1700s to 1800s took 48 heads in the
heat of battle before being overwhelmed. Warriors in the Marudu
district (the most fearsome being Kulindod), and in Tuaran fought off
attacks of enemies--Irranuns in Marudu, and Bruneians and Irranuns in
Tuaran.
The Kadazandusuns' biggest problem now is the fact that their
percentage within the enlarged population of Sabah (now 3 million) has
been seriously reduced, and the fact that they have actually become a
minority.

[edit] Further reading



Dusun hillmen coming down to the coast to trade, c. 1910






  • L. W. W. Gudgeon (1913). British North Borneo, pp. 22 to 39. London, Adam and Charles Black.
  • Monica Glyn-Jones (1953). The Dusun of the Penampang Plains, 2 vols. London.
  • Hewett, Godfrey" (1923) The Dusuns of North Borneo" Proceedings of
    the Royal Society of London. Series B, Containing Papers of a
    Biological Character, Volume 95, Issue 666, pp. 157-163 Publication
    Date: 08/1923
  • WILLIAMS, THOMAS RHYS. The Dusun: A North Borneo Society. NY. Holt, Rinehart and Winston. 1966.






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3 Re: Dusun of Borneo on Mon Sep 15, 2008 10:04 am

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Yalah aramaiti69. Saya juga tidak setuju dengan kenyataan tersebut. Macam tidak releven pula dalam pendapat saya.


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4 Re: Dusun of Borneo on Wed Sep 17, 2008 6:53 pm

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Penulis yang paling bagus dalam pengkaji Bornoe adalah Dr. G.N. Appell. Dia pengkaji ttg peribumi borneo. Dia pengkaji yang berfikiran positif kerana berdasarkan pandangan orang peribumi dan bukan dari pandangan pihak brunei dan suluk yang tidak tahu dengan tepat ttg hakikatnya kebudayaan Momogun Borneo [kdm]

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5 Re: Dusun of Borneo on Thu Sep 18, 2008 10:32 am

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Borneo wrote:Yalah aramaiti69. Saya juga tidak setuju dengan kenyataan tersebut. Macam tidak releven pula dalam pendapat saya.

Kenyataan itu mesti disertakan dengan sokongan barulah boleh diterima.

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6 Re: Dusun of Borneo on Sun Oct 05, 2008 8:26 pm

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tumpang sekaki ni room...
sa memang kira gred c la kalau pasal ni hal2 KDM..so, sa ambik kesempatan ni utk belajar dengan lebih jelas lagi pasal suku2 yg ada dlm KDM..persoalan saya:

1. apa itu nunuk ragang
2. betul kah orang lotud dengan rungus dulu seringkali bermusuh dan dari situ la bermula episod 'potong kepala' ( nasib sa inda idup zaman tu)
3.Irranun itu juga dipanggil dusun sungai?
4.saya tertanya tanya apakah bangsa suluk itu termasuk dlm senarai etnik di sabah?..


sumber2 tentang suku kaum yg ada di sabah ni tidak diajar dlm subjek KD di sekolah2 rendah..apa yg diajar cuma bahasa..
sekurang kurang kalau la ada sejarah mengenai suku bangsa yg ada di sabah ni, anak2 yg bakal menjadi generasi pelapis kita tidak la begitu daif pengetahuan mereka.. Segala adat resam nenek moyang dahulu juga ,tidak ramai yg mengetahuinya...walaupun adat tersebut tidak lagi sesuai ( ada sesetengah la) diamalkan, namun ia sebagai pengetahuan yg perlu diturunkan dari satu generasi ke satu generasi saya rasa, HARUS. Dari satu adat la membentuk satu masyarakat yng saling bkerjasama, bersatu padu dan keharmonian kaum dapat dijaga..

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7 Re: Dusun of Borneo on Sun Oct 05, 2008 10:33 pm

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mayangsari wrote:tumpang sekaki ni room...
sa memang kira gred c la kalau pasal ni hal2 KDM..so, sa ambik kesempatan ni utk belajar dengan lebih jelas lagi pasal suku2 yg ada dlm KDM..persoalan saya:

1. apa itu nunuk ragang
2. betul kah orang lotud dengan rungus dulu seringkali bermusuh dan dari situ la bermula episod 'potong kepala' ( nasib sa inda idup zaman tu)
3.Irranun itu juga dipanggil dusun sungai?
4.saya tertanya tanya apakah bangsa suluk itu termasuk dlm senarai etnik di sabah?..


sumber2 tentang suku kaum yg ada di sabah ni tidak diajar dlm subjek KD di sekolah2 rendah..apa yg diajar cuma bahasa..
sekurang kurang kalau la ada sejarah mengenai suku bangsa yg ada di sabah ni, anak2 yg bakal menjadi generasi pelapis kita tidak la begitu daif pengetahuan mereka.. Segala adat resam nenek moyang dahulu juga ,tidak ramai yg mengetahuinya...walaupun adat tersebut tidak lagi sesuai ( ada sesetengah la) diamalkan, namun ia sebagai pengetahuan yg perlu diturunkan dari satu generasi ke satu generasi saya rasa, HARUS. Dari satu adat la membentuk satu masyarakat yng saling bkerjasama, bersatu padu dan keharmonian kaum dapat dijaga..

1.Nunuk Ragang:
http://www.ssl.sabah.gov.my/clh/kebudayaan/lagenda_stories/lagenda_nunuk.htm
http://sabah.forumotion.com/labus-f59/nunuk-ragang-dan-agama-labus-ada-kaitan-kah-t554.htm
2. Saya kurang pasti tentang Lotud dan Rungus ni ( lebih baik bushido yang jelaskan tentang ini )
3. Ini pun saya tak pasti, mesti dijawab oleh orang area Sandakan ni
4. Tentang Suluk pula:
http://ms.wikipedia.org/wiki/Suku_Suluk


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8 Re: Dusun of Borneo on Sun Oct 05, 2008 11:19 pm

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ooohh..ok ..thanks..
sa harap cepat cepat si bush datang bagi penerangan..sebab sa ada satu lagi pertanyaan.

1. mum saya mix lotud sama rungus( granpa (lotud) + grnadma ( rungus...( rungus but coming from tambunan.adakah rungus di tambunan?)
2. dad saya mix lotud sama iban ( tida pasti about my granny sebelah dad. but my moyang is iban)
question= apa la kunu sa punya klon ni?

tu pasal mungkin bahasa dusun sa ni teruk betul.dusun sesat ni..

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9 Re: Dusun of Borneo on Tue Oct 07, 2008 1:11 am

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mayangsari wrote:
3.Irranun itu juga dipanggil dusun sungai?

Salah sama sekali sayangsari..sungai itu termasuk juga dalam rumpun nunukragang, bagaimana pun disebabkan lokasi seperti di sandakan adalah terdedah kepada pendatang2 dari luar maka mereka juga terdedah kepada segi agama dan budaya luar. itu pasal klu kita lihat kebanyakan org sungai beragama islam dan agak ramai yg berkahwin dgn org suluk.

Sementara irranun atau illanun ini adalah satu suku dari selatan pilipin.

sila betulkan saya klu ada error dalam statement ini.

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10 Re: Dusun of Borneo on Tue Oct 07, 2008 11:24 am

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Betul tu, irranun atau illanun berasal-usul daripada Filipina.

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11 Re: Dusun of Borneo on Tue Oct 07, 2008 9:55 pm

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walaitokou wrote:Betul tu, irranun atau illanun berasal-usul daripada Filipina.

OMG...iyah kah? alahai..teruk betul pengetahun am sa pasal suku2 yg ada di negeri sendiri..Terima kasih walai dan korrud..
Adakah bangsa Irranun ni diklasifikasikan sebagai warganegara? memegang mykad? sijil lahir?

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12 Re: Dusun of Borneo on Wed Oct 08, 2008 12:47 am

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mayangsari wrote:
walaitokou wrote:Betul tu, irranun atau illanun berasal-usul daripada Filipina.

OMG...iyah kah? alahai..teruk betul pengetahun am sa pasal suku2 yg ada di negeri sendiri..Terima kasih walai dan korrud..
Adakah bangsa Irranun ni diklasifikasikan sebagai warganegara? memegang mykad? sijil lahir?
Dlm hal ini sy kurang arif utk memberi penjelasan. minta maaf.

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13 Re: Dusun of Borneo on Wed Oct 08, 2008 2:15 pm

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korrud wrote:
mayangsari wrote:
walaitokou wrote:Betul tu, irranun atau illanun berasal-usul daripada Filipina.

OMG...iyah kah? alahai..teruk betul pengetahun am sa pasal suku2 yg ada di negeri sendiri..Terima kasih walai dan korrud..
Adakah bangsa Irranun ni diklasifikasikan sebagai warganegara? memegang mykad? sijil lahir?
Dlm hal ini sy kurang arif utk memberi penjelasan. minta maaf.

Saya fikir, mengikut rasional, mana-mana penduduk yang telah menetap di Sabah sebelum kita mencapai kemerdekaan dianggap sebagai rakyat Malaysia. Kita ambil contoh bangsa Suluk walaupun berasal daripada Selatan Filipina tetapi mereka yang telah sedia ada di sini sebelum merdeka dan memperjuangkan kemerdekaan negeri kita secara otomatik menjadi rakyat Malaysia. Tidak payahlah saya beri contoh individu yang ketara tetapi kita pun sudah maklum siapa yang boleh kita jadikan contoh. jadi, jika individu Irranun yang telah menetap di sini dalam tempoh yang disebutkan tersebut, mereka layak digelar warganegara.


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