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Bada(Kr)SeaAlgemeen
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Badadol(Kr)Stones found along the seaMickey Miroshaki Paulssen
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Bae(Kr)Oriental pear.Hugo J. Smal
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Bae-gosa(K)
Fishing boat blessing ritual, conducted by an individual other than a Mudang (배고사)
Hugo-J-Smal-at-Mantifang
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Bae-yeonshin-gut(K)Ceremony for good fishing (Western sea coast region)
Shikibu Tsuku
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Baedagol(Kr)www.baedagol.comGezamelijke cultuur
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Baekupzildol(Kr)Stone with surface resembling an oriental pear.Mantifang living
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Baesanimsu(Kr)geomancyMantifang art
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baito(JD)beitel (bite — as a tool)Mantifang gardening
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bakku(JD)bak (cistern, tank)Mantifang high culture
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Baksu mudang(K)Male shaman (박수 무당)Mantfang, East Asian cultural items
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Banchan(Kr)Korean side dishesMantifang East Asian Topics
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Bang(Kr)roomMantifang Spiritual East Azie
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Banyan(J)tree style dramaticMantifang Viewing stones
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Bap(Kr)riceKorea
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Bari-Gongju
(K)Princess Spirit (바리공주)
Korea Han Maeul
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bariken(JD)bergeend (bergander). Also called oranda-ahiru ‘Dutch duck’BeotkkotSakura/
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baromētoru(JD)barometer. Ns. baromētā (E.) or seiukei (S.-J.).koreangardening/
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barusamu(JD)balsem (balm, balsam)Baedagol
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barusamu-hēryū(JD)perū-barusamu, Perubalsem (Peruvian balsam).Japan
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Bawikyungseok(Kr)stone that resembles a rock on a mountain or at the seasideJapan Nippon Mura
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Bballi Bballi(Kr)quickly quickly
Bonsai, Kokedama and Japanese gardening
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Bbang(Kr)breadPagina Shikibu
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Bekko(J)Solid color Koi with black spotsChina
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bengara(JD)Bengalen (Bengal), but referring to ‘Indian red’, ‘red-ochre rouge’China Cun
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beni-Goi(J)Non metallic red koChinese gardening
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beni-Kujaku,(J)Kujaku with red patternKorea
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Benigoi(J)Kumonryu with Hi patterns. Korea Han Maeul
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berensu(JD)Berlijns [blauw] (Prussian blue). Also: berurin-sei BeotkkotSakura/
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besukoito(JD)bisukettokoreangardening/
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Beta Ginrin(J)Mirrow shineBaedagol
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bīru(JD)1724), bier (beer).word ‘beer’ is found in bīya-hōru (beer-hall)Japan
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bisuketto(JD)besukoito, beschuit (rusk)Japan Nippon Mura
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bisumitto(JD)bismuth. Ns. sōen (S.-J.).
Bonsai, Kokedama and Japannese gardening
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bīto(JD)biet (beet). Ns. used in bīto-tō, ‘beet sugar’ (v. C 4).Pagina Shikibu
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Biwako sosui(J)Biwako conduitChina
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bōgoru(JD)v. hōgoruChina Cun
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Boke Showa,(J)with grey sumiChinese gardening
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bonbon(JD)bonbon (sweet, sugar-plum)Van Gogh drawings
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bonchi(J)basinHugo J. Smal Poems and stories
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Bonghyang Sanshin
(K)Mountain God of one's ancestral home (봉향산신)
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Bongiri(J)koi with pants like pattern
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Bonkei(J)tray landscape
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bonseki(J)miniature landscape
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bōru(JD)bōro, v. C 5.
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Bosatsu,(J)Buddistic Saint
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bōtō(JD)bout (bolt).
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bōtoru, bōtoro(JD)bōtoro, boter (butter). Ns. bata (E.). Cf. E S
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Bozu(J)bald
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Bu(J)Length division unit at Japanese Koi shows.
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Budo Goromo(J)Graped-colored goromo.
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budo-Goromo(J)five coloured koi
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budo-Sanke(J)purple coulored with grapefruit pattern
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budo,(J)Dutch:letterlijk druif
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bugaku(J)Old dance
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bui(JD)boei (buoy).
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Bujeok(K)Talisman, amulet, protective charm (부적, 符籍)
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Buk(Kr)north
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Buk(Kr)traditional Korean drum
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Buncheong(Kr)Joseon dynasty style of pottery
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bunjin(J)literati bonsai style
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Bunjingi(J)(Chinese) - literati form
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Bunka(J)bkue Sanke with shinny pectoral fins.
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burakumin(J)unclean
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Buri
(K)Ancestral spirits of the household
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buriki(JD)burikki, blik (tin-plate)
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burionia(JD)burioniya, bryonia (bryony)
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bushido(J)way of the warrior
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butsudari(J)Buddhistic house altar
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Byeolb(K)Small amounts of money offered to shaman or spirits during a gut (별비)
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Byeolsang(K)Messenger God (also Byeolseong) (별상, 별성)
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Byeolsang Mama(K)Smallpox spirit (also Byeolseong Mama) (별상마마)
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Byeolshin-gut
(K)Community-sponsored shaman ritual (별신굿)
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Byeonso-Gakssi(K)Byeonso-Gakssi
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