Cambodia, Cambodge, Kampuchea. … The word ‘Kampuchea’ is derived from the Sanskrit Kambujadeśa, or Kambuja – an early tribe from northern India who oversaw huge parts of Southeast Asia ahead of the formation of the Khmer Empire.
Whats the meaning of Cambodia?
A country in Southeast Asia. Official name: Kingdom of Cambodia. Former name: Kampuchea. Etymology: From Cambodge and Camboja. Both these words are derived from Middle Khmer Kambuja (Modern Khmer, Kampuchea).
Is Cambodia rude?
It’s considered very rude. If you are in a temple, dress modestly. Have respect for monks in general. Women should never touch them.
What JKJ means in Cambodia?
It’s a Khmer swear word which means “Song or daughter of the b*tch”. People use it to curse someone they hate, or sometimes they like to use it with people close to them.
What is the name Cambodia known for?
Cambodia is an anglicised twist on the colonial French’s name for Cambodia – ‘Cambodge’. ‘Kampuchea‘ is the official Khmer title for the nation people call home, and a word that has its roots steeped deep in history.