English language guru (he uses words like "onomatopoeic") and
all-round all around (toldja his England is powderful) nice guy, Daryl, shows us a list of English words that were derived from other languages like Malay.
compound (in the sense of a fenced-in area). From kampung. Presumably this was folk etymology, turning the borrowing into an existing English word.
Even Calmone, no English slouch himself, cannot win him, man. Powderful stuff.
Begin your English lesson here.