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p’aengk’i(kd)p’aengkki, pek, only used in the sense of ‘paint’Algemeen
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p’int’ǔ(kd)[brand]punt focus pointMickey Miroshaki Paulssen
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p’isǔt’ol(kd)pistolHugo J. Smal
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Pansori(Kr)traditional Korean operaHugo-J-Smal-at-Mantifang
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pappu(JD)pap (porridge).Shikibu Tsuku
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paretto(JD)palet (palette)Gezamelijke cultuur
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parurajūmu(JD)palladium. Ns. parajūmu (E.).Mantifang living
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passuru(JD)passer (a pair of compasses). Cf. konpasu.Mantifang art
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patoron(JD)patroon (paper cartridge).[48] Cf. hatoron.Mantifang gardening
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PC bang(Kr)internet cafeMantifang high culture
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pearl-ginrin(J)solid gin-rin on scaleMantfang, East Asian cultural items
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pearl-Shusui(J)with silver scalesMantifang East Asian Topics
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pekki(JD)
pek, pik (pitch, tar), but nowadays only used in the sense of ‘paint’.
Mantifang Spiritual East Azie
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Pen-jing(J)(Chinese) - landscape planting.Mantifang Viewing stones
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pepushine(JD)pepsine (pepsin). Ns. pepushin (E.).Korea
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peresu(JD)pers (press — as an instrument for pressing).Korea Han Maeul
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perikan(JD)pelikaan (pelican)BeotkkotSakura/
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pesuto(JD)(1856), pest. Also called kokushibyō (S.-J.),koreangardening/
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Pia(Kr)Bone (see also gol).Baedagol
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Piado(Kr)Stones resembling animal bones.Japan
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Pibu(Kr)Skin or surfaceJapan Nippon Mura
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Pibudol(Kr)
Stone with a very special surface as a major viewing point.
Bonsai, Kokedama and Japanese gardening
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Pifan(Kr)Puchon International Fantastic Film FestivalPagina Shikibu
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Pimiko(J)Shamanistic queen JapanChina
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pinsetto(JD)pincet (a pair of tweezers).China Cun
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pinto (< pyunto?)
(JD)[brand]punt (focus).Chinese gardening
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pinto-garasu(JD)[brand]punt-glas (burning-lens)Korea
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pirǔ(kd)bierKorea Han Maeul
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pisutoru(JD)(1837), pistool (pistol).BeotkkotSakura/
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platinum-Kohaku
(J)metallic whitekoreangardening/
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Pocchiri(J)the buckle on the obi beltBaedagol
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pokkuhōto(JD)pokhout (guaiac, Lignum vitae). Ns. yusōboku (S.-J.).Japan
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Pokposeok(Kr)Stones with inclusions or white resembling a waterfall.Japan Nippon Mura
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pondo, pōnd(JD)
(1781), pond (pound — as a weight and as a monetary unit)
Bonsai, Kokedama and Japannese gardening
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Pongoi(J)koi of excellent qualityPagina Shikibu
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Pongsoo(Kr)Korean geomancy (Fengsui)China
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ponpu(JD)(1798), pomp (pump).China Cun
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ponsu(JD)
pons (punch ­— alcoholic and non-alcoholic: squash).[50]
Chinese gardening
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poorǔ-ban(kd)‘drilling machine’ (D. boor + S.-K. ban)Van Gogh drawings
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poregara, porigara
(JD)
polygala (milkwort, Polygala sibirica). Ns. himehagi (J.).
Hugo J. Smal Poems and stories
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porudā(JD)polder (the most recent loan-word from D.).
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posumensu(JD)bosmens (orang utan).
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Potensai(J)potential Bonsai
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pottorōdo(JD)potlood (lead-pencil). Modern S.-J. enpitsu
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Ppongjjak(Kr)style of music more commonly known as trot
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PudakkeoriExorcism (푸닥거리)
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Pujok(Kr)traditional amult or lucky charm
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Pulgogi(Kr)barbecued beef
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Pullil-buriProblem-solving household spirits
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PungeojeRitual for good fishing, blessing the fishing boats (풍어제)
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Pungsu Jiri(Kr)Geomancy constallation Gyongbokgung palace Seoul
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Purachina(J)metallic white
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purachina(JD)platina. Also: hakkin (S.-J.), lit. ‘white gold’.
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Pyozunseok(Kr)standard stone
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