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machiai(J)waiting room
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Machiya(J) traditional townhouse
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Mado(J)other coloured spot in pattern
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Madoaki(J)Scales with underlaying shadow
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madorosǔ(kd)matroos
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madorosǔ-p’aip’ǔ(kd)‘a sailor’s pipe’ (D. matroos + E. pipe),
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madorosu, matorosu(JD)matroos (sailor, marine)
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mae ishi(J)basin front stone; lamp-lighting stone; right foot stone
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mae ishi(J)lamp-lighting stone
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mae ishi(J)right foot stone
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Maekju(Kr)beer in Korea
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maezashi(J)see shashi
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magaki(J)magaki; rough-woven fence
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Magoi(J)blue wild Japanese carp
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maguneshia, maguneshiya
(JD)magnesia
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maguneshūmu(JD)magnesium.
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magunēto(JD)magneet (magnet). Ns. magunetto
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Maiko(J)trainee Geisha
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Majime(J)serious, earnest
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Maki-Ga-Fukai)(J)Scales with underlaying shadow
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Maki-Ga-Okii(J)Scales with underlaying shadow
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Makjang(Kr)refers to something so bad it can't get any worse
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Makkeolli(Kr)traditional Korean rice wine
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Mamushi (J)poisonous snake
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mandoria(J)background statue
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Mandu(Kr)dumplings
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Maneki Neko(J)ceramic beckoning cats
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Manga(J)Japanese comic books
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mangan(JD)mangaan (manganese).
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Manji(J)swastika symbol Buddhist
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mant’ǔ(kd)mantel
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manteru, mantoru, manto
(JD)mantel (cloak, cape)
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marariya(JD)malaria
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maru take(J)round bamboo
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marǔmot’ǔ(kd)marmot
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marumotto, morumotto
(JD)marmot (1. marmot; 2. guinea pig).
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Maruten(J)red pattern on head
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Maruzome(J)kiwa
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masuchikku(JD)mastiek (mastic)
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masŭt’ǔ(kd)mast
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masuto(JD)(1848), mast
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Matcha(J)powdered green tea
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Matsuba(J)pine apple
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matsukawa shima(J)pine-bark island
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Matsukawa-bake(J)non metallic black
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Matsunosuke(J)blood line
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Matsunosuke Beni(J)intense red
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Matsuri(J)traditional Japanese festival
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Matsushima(J)Matsushima island
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mattǔrosǔ(kd)matroos
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meguri ishi(J)flow-round stone
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Meija era(J)era 1868 - 1912
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Meiji Ishin(J)Meiji Restoration of imperial authority in 1869.
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Meinichi(J)anniversary of a death
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meisho zue(J)illustrated guidebook
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meji(J)joint
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Men(J)Japanese mask
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menī(JD)menie (minium, red lead).
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menware(J)traditional Showa head
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merankorī(JD)melancholic (melancholy)
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merissa(JD)melisse (balm-mint). Ns. merissa-yō (D. + S.-J.)
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meruki, meriki(JD)melk ([mother’s] milk).
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mesu(JD)
mes (knife) — only used in the sense of ‘surgical knife’.
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Mesu(J)female
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mesǔ(kd)mes, only used in the sense of ‘surgical knife'
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Michiko no Takumi(J)Michiko no Takumi
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michishirubegata tōrō
(J)milepost lantern
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midori-Goi(J)greenish koi
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Mikage ishi(J)Mikage stone
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miki maki(J)trunk wrapping
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mikomi(J)side (of a stone)
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mikoshi(J)portabel shrine
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Mikoshi(J)portable shrine
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mikoshiboku(J)distancing tree
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mikoshimatsu(J)distancing pine
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minato(J)port/ harbor
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Minbak(Kr)rented rooms in private houses
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mine(J)peak
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Minshuku(J)traditional Japanese inn
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Mirin(J)intensified, sweetened sake
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Miroshaki(J)www.miroshaki.com
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misaki tōrō(J)promontory lantern
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Miseok(Kr)Beautiful stone.
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Miso(J)fermented soybean paste
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mitatemono(J)reutilized stone item
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mitōshi gaki(J)looking-through fence
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mitsuashigata tōrō(J)three-legged lantern
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mitsuki(J)front (of a stone)
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Miyajima(J)Miyajima island
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miyatachigata tōrō(J)shrine-shaped lantern
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Mizu Asagi(J)light coloured Asagi
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mizuage ishi(J)water-filling stone
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mizuana(J)water hole; drain hole
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