Harum is a Bahasia Malaysian term which means "fragrant", as in Mengharumkan which means "to make fragrant", especially the food by adding ingredients, such as Pandan or Screwpine leaves to make sweets/desserts and steamed rice fragrant. Harum is called "Wangi" in Malay. Mengharumkan To make fragrant.

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