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Indonesian is the national language which serves as the unifying language of Indonesia.The term "Malay" is reserved for the language indigenous to the Malay people.Thus, "Malay" is considered a regional language in Indonesia, enjoying the same status as Javanese, Bataknese, Sundanese, Buginese, Balinese and others.Moreover, to some Indonesians, the term "Malay" is more often associated with Malaysia and the Malaysian national language.The term "Malay" (Bahasa Melayu) in Indonesia and Malaysia invites different perceptions.To Malaysians, the Malay language is generally the national language of Malaysia, Bahasa Malaysia being the name for the Malaysian standardized form of Malay.
The romanisations originally used in Malaya (now part of Malaysia) and the Dutch East Indies (now Indonesia) reflected their positions as British and Dutch possessions respectively.
Bahasa Malaysia and Bahasa Melayu are used interchangeably in reference to Malay in Malaysia.
Before the 20th century, Malay was written in a modified form of the Arabic alphabet known as Jawi.
Likewise, the velar fricative which occurs in many Arabic loanwords, which used to be written 'ch' in Indonesian, became kh in both languages.
However, oe was retained in some proper names, such as the name of the first President, Sukarno (written as Soekarno), and his successor Suharto, (written as Soeharto).
In Brunei, where Malay is also an official language, the language is known as Bahasa Melayu and in English as "Malay".