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sabaku(J)desert
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Sabamiki(J)split trunk
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sabel, saberŭ(kd)sabel
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sāberu(JD)sabel (saber)
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sāberu(JD)militarism’ sāberu naikaku ‘a militarist cabinet’
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Sadazo(J)Sanke bloodline
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Sado(J)tea ceremony.
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safuran(JD)saffraan (saffron).
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sâi(JD)saai. D. ‘continuation’ of saya, sāya (P.)
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Sai-kei(J)landscape planting
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Saikeirei(J)90 degree bow
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sakana(J)fish
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Sake (J)Japanese rice wine
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sakk’ŭ(kd)zak, only used in the sense of ‘condom’
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sakku(JD)(1848), zak (sack)
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Sakoku (J) policy of seclusion
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sakura(J)cherry blossoms
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sakura-Ogon,(J)metallic Kanoko Kohaku
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Sama(J)polite suffix
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same(J)whale
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samoerai(J)warrior
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Samue(J)casual Japanese clothing
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Samurai(J)hereditary class
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san(J)titel of honour
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San(Kr)Mountain.
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sandan-Kohaku(J)three step
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Sangmin(Kr)farming class in Joseon era
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Sankan(J)triple trunk
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Sanke(J)white with red and black pattern
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Sanke Shusui(J)Sanke with Sui susui pattern
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Sankyungseok(Kr)Mountain view stone.
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sansai(J)three years old
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Sanseok(Kr)Stones found in and around mountains.
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Sanseong(Kr)mountain castle
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Sanshoku(J)See Sanke
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santonīne(JD)santonine (santonin). Ns. santonin (E.).
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sarādo, sarado,(JD)salade, salaad (salad).
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sarasa(J)red pattern
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sareppu(JD)salep (saloop, salep).
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sarusaparirura(JD)sarusa, sarsaparilla (Smilax officinalis, Smilax medica).
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sashi(J)underlaying black or red
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sassafurasu(JD)sassafras (Sassafras albidum).
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saten(JD)satijn D. ‘continuation’ of shichin, shuchin
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sautortī(JD)santorie (centaury, Erythraea centaurium)
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sehisutanto, sekkisutanto
(JD)sextant. Ns. rohubungi, Cf. okutanto.
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seikuru, seiuchi(JD)zeekoe (manatee, dugong).
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seimi(JD)chemic (chemistry)
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seirasu(JD)zelas (derived from ‘Ceylon’)
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Sekjoju(J)root over rock
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semen(JD)
semencine (cf. next entry); 2. abbreviation of semento (q.v.).
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semenshina(JD)semen cinae (santonica, Artemisia cina).
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semento(JD)cement.
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Sempai (J)one's elder
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Senbazuru(J)1000 origami cranes
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senega(JD)senega (Polygala senega).
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senryu(J)poem style
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Senryu (J)humerous haiku poem
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Sensei (J)teacher, master
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Sensu(J)a folding fan
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Sensuke(J)bloonline
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Seo(Kr)west
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Seok(Kr)Stone
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Seonsaengnim(Kr)honorific name for "teacher"
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Seowon(Kr)Joseon era Confucian academy
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seruji, seru(JD)saruze, serge.[56] Ns. also sāji (E.).
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Seza(J)kneeling position
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shachi(J)mythical creature with tiger head and carp body
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Shachihoko - shachi(J)mythical creature with tiger head and carp body
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Shakkan(J)slanting form
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shakkei(J)Borrowed scenery
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Shakuhachi(J)Japanese bamboo flute
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Shamisen(J)three flavor strings
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Shari(J)technique to create deadwood on trunk
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Sharmiki(J)driftwood
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shian(JD)cyaan (cyanogen).
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Shibari(J)rope bondage
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Shibui(J)austere sense of beauty
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Shichifukujin(J)Seven Lucky Gods
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Shidari Zukuri(J)slant style bonsai
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Shiksok(Kr)Decorative stone.
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Shimenawa(J)rice-straw ropes marking off a sacred space in Shinto
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Shimi Sumi(J)little black sparks
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shimis(J)little black sparks
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shin(J)new
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Shinkansen (J)bullet train
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Shinseoks(Kr)Young stones (those newly collected).
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Shinto(J)animist native religion
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Shiro(J)white
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Shiro-Bekko(J)white koi whit black pattern
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shiro-Matsuba(J)whit with black pine appel pattern
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shiro-Muji(J)whit non metallic
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shiro-Utsuri(J)black whit pattern
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Shirogane(J)old name platinum Ogon
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