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Japan From {{etyl|nl|en}} {{term|Japan|lang=nl}} or {{etyl|pt|en}} {{term|Japão|lang=pt}}, from {{etyl|ms|en}} {{term|Jepang|lang=ms}}, from {{etyl|zhx|en}} {{Hani|[[日本]]}} ({{etyl|ltc|en}} ''nyit-pwón'' < {{etyl|och|en}} ''*nit-pˁənʔ'') (compare {{yue}} ''Yat<sup>6</sup>-bun<sup>2</sup>'' 日本, {{ko}} ''Ilbon'' 일본, {{ja}} ''Nippon'' にっぽん, {{cmn}} ''Rìběn'' 日本, {{vi}} ''Nhật Bản''). (10)
kanji From {{etyl|ja|en}} {{term|漢字|tr=kanji||Chinese characters}}, from {{etyl|ltc|en}} [[ 漢]] (''xàn'' "Han dynasty", "China") + [[字]] (''dzì'' "[written] character") (compare {{ko}} ''hanja'' 한자, {{cmn}} ''hànzì'' 汉字, {{vi}} ''Hán tự''). (8)
bushido From {{etyl|ja|en}} {{term|sc=Jpan|武士道|tr=</i>ぶしどう<i>, bushidō|lang=ja}}, from {{etyl|ltc|en}} [[武士]] (''mjú-dʐí'' "warrior") (compare {{cmn}} ''wǔshì'' 武士, {{yue}} ''mou<sup>5</sup>-si<sup>6</sup>'' 武士) + 道 (''dáu'' "way"). (5)
tanto * From {{etyl|ja|en}} {{term|短刀|tr=tantō </i>たんとう<i>|lang=ja}}, from {{etyl|ltc|en}} 短刀 (''twán-taw'' "dagger") (compare {{cmn}} ''duǎndāo'' 短刀), from [[短]] ("short") + [[刀]] ("knife"). (5)
bo From {{etyl|ja|en}} {{term|棒|tr=bō </i>ぼう<i>||lang=ja}}, from {{etyl|ltc|en}} [[棒]] (''bǽwng'' "staff", "club") (compare {{cmn}} [[棒|棒 ''bàng'']]). (32)
manga From {{etyl|ja|en}} {{term|漫画|tr=manga </i>まんが<i>||lang=ja|sc=Jpan}}, from {{etyl|ltc|en}} [[漫]] (''màn'' "free", "unrestrained") + [[畫]] (''ɣwɛ̀'' "drawing") (compare {{cmn}} [[漫画|''mànhuà'' 漫画]], {{ko}} ''manhwa'' [[만화]]). After an 1814 book by {{w|Hokusai|Katsushika Hokusai}}. (7)
tenno From {{etyl|ja|en}} [[天皇]] (''Tennō'' てんのう, earlier ''ten'ou'' てんおう), from {{etyl|ltc|en}} [[天皇]] (''tʰen-ɣwang'') (compare {{cmn}} [[天皇|''tiānhuáng'' 天皇]]), from {{etyl|och|en}} [[天皇]] (''*l̥ˁin-ɢʷˁaŋ'' "Heavenly Sovereign" > "Emperor"), from [[天]] ("Heaven") + [[皇]] ("sovereign"). (8)
hanja From {{etyl|ko|en}} {{ko-inline|한자|hanja|Chinese characters|漢字}}, from {{etyl|ltc|en}} [[漢]] (''xàn'' "Han dynasty", "China") + [[字]] (''dzì'' "[written] character") (compare {{ja}} ''kanji'' 漢字, {{cmn}} [[汉字|''hànzì'' 汉字]], {{vi}} ''Hán tự''). (5)
libro From {{etyl|osp|es}} {{term|libro|lang=osp}} (cf. {{lad}} {{term|livro|lang=lad}}), from {{etyl|la|es}} {{term|librum|lang=la}}, singular accusative of {{term|liber|lang=la}}. (181)
Tokyo From Japanese [[東京]] (''Tōkyō'' とうきょう, "Eastern capital"), from {{etyl|ltc|en}} [[東]] (''tung'' "east") + [[京]] (''kjæng'' "capital") (compare {{cmn}} ''Dōngjīng'' 东京). (9)
soju From {{etyl|ko|en}} {{term|소주|tr=soju|lang=ko}}, from {{etyl|ltc|en}} 燒酒 (''ʃew-t͡sjúw'' "liquor") (compare {{cmn}} ''shāojiǔ'' [[烧酒]], {{ja}} ''[[shōchū]]'' 焼酎), from [[燒]] ("burn", "flammable") + [[酒]] ("alcohol"). (5)
rickshaw From {{etyl|ja|en}} {{term|sc=Jpan|力車|tr=rikisha|lang=ja}}, an abbreviation of {{term|sc=Jpan|人力車|tr=</i>じんりきしゃ <i>jinrikisha|lang=ja}}, from {{etyl|ltc|en}} [[人]] (''nyin'' "person") + [[力]] (''lik'' "strength", "power") + [[車]] (''t͡ʃʰæ'' "cart") (compare {{cmn}} ''rénlìchē'' 人力車). (9)
gaijin From {{etyl|ja|en}} [[外人]] (''gaijin'' がいじん "foreigner"), from {{etyl|ltc|en}} 外人 (''ngwàj-nyin'') (compare {{cmn}} ''wàirén'' [[外人]]), from {{etyl|och|en}} (''*ŋʷˁat-s ning'' "foreigner", "outsider" < "non-relative"), from [[外]] ("outside", "outer") + [[人]] ("person"). (8)
yen From {{etyl|ja|en}} {{term|円|lang=ja|tr=en</i>, earlier<i> yen}}, from {{etyl|ltc|en}} [[圓]] (''ɣüen'' "circle" >"round coin") (compare {{cmn}} ''yuán'' [[元]], {{ko}} ''won'' [[원]]). (9)
bonsai From {{etyl|ja|en}} {{term|盆栽|||tr=</i>ぼんさい<i> bonsai|sc=Jpan|lang=ja }}, from {{etyl|ltc|en}} [[盆]] (''bwon'' "bowl") + [[栽]] (''tsoj'' "to plant") (compare {{cmn }} [[盆栽|''pénzāi'' 盆栽]]). (8)
futon {{etyl|ja|en}} [[布団]] (''futon'' ふとん), from {{etyl|ltc|en}} 蒲團 (''bu-dwan'' "meditation cushion") (compare {{cmn}} [[蒲团|''pútuán'' 蒲团]]), from [[蒲]] ("cattail") + [[團]] ("sphere", "round object"). (6)
seppuku From {{etyl|ja|en}} {{term|切腹|sc=Jpan|lang=ja}}, {{term|せっぷく|tr=seppuku|sc=Jpan|lang=ja}}, from {{etyl|ltc|en}} [[切]] (''t͡set'' "to cut") + [[腹]] (''pjuwk'' "belly") (compare {{yue}} ''tsit-fuk'' 切腹, {{cmn}} ''qiēfù'' 切腹). (6)
civet : ''See translations at'' [[:fr:civet|civet]] ''in the {{fr}} Wiktionary.'' (82)
kabuki From {{etyl|ja|en}} {{term|歌舞伎|tr=kabuki </i>かぶき<i>|sc=Jpan|lang=ja}}, from {{etyl|ltc|en}} [[歌]][[舞]] (''ka-mjú'' "song and dance") (compare {{cmn}} [[歌舞|''gēwǔ'' 歌舞]]) + [[伎]] (''gjé'' "performer"). (10)
kyūjitai From {{etyl|ja|en}} {{term|sc=Jpan|旧字体|tr=kyūjitai </i>きゅうじたい<i>|lang=ja}}, from {{etyl|ltc|en}} [[舊]] (''gjùw'' "old") +[[字]][[體]] (''dzì-tʰéj'' "character style", "calligraphic form") (compare {{cmn}} ''zìtǐ'' [[字体]]), from [[字]] ("[written] character") + [[體]] ("form", "body"). (5)
Zen From {{etyl|ja|en}} {{term|lang=ja|禅|tr=zen </i>ぜん<i>}}, from {{etyl|ltc|en}} [[禪]] (''ɖjen'') (compare {{cmn}} 禅 ''Chán''), an abbreviation of {{term|lang=ltc|禪那|tr=ɖjen-na}}, from {{etyl|sa|en}} {{term|lang=sa|ध्यान|tr=dhyāna||a type of meditation}}. Akin to {{term|dhyana|lang=en}}. (9)
kaizen From {{etyl|ja|en}} {{term|改善|lang=ja}} (''kaizen'' かいぜん), from {{etyl|ltc|en}} [[改善]] (''kój-dʒjén'') (compare {{cmn}} [[改善|''gǎishàn'' 改善]]), from {{etyl|och|en}} [[改善]] (''*qˁəʔ-ɡenʔ'' "to correct errors"), from [[改]] ("to change") + [[善]] ("good"). (6)
dong From {{etyl|vi|en}} {{l|vi|đồng}}, from {{etyl|ltc|en}} [[銅]] (''duwng'' "copper") (compare {{cmn}} [[铜|''tóng'' 铜]]), from {{etyl|och|en}} 銅 (''*lˁoŋ''). (9)
shimpan From {{etyl|ja|en}} 審判 (''shinpan'' しんぱん), from {{etyl|ltc|en}} 審判 (''ʃim-pʰàn'' "to judge", "to try") (compare {{cmn}} [[审判|''shěnpàn'' 审判]]). (4)
shimpan bucho From {{etyl|ja|en}} 審判部長 (''shinpan buchō'' しんぱんぶちょう), from {{etyl|ltc|en}} from {{etyl|ltc|en}} 審判 (''ʃim-pʰàn'' "to judge", "to try") (compare {{cmn}} [[审判|''shěnpàn'' 审判]]) + [[部長]] (''búw-ʈjáng'' "department leader") (compare {{cmn}} [[部长|''bùzhǎng'' 部 长]]). (4)
消失 * {{ja}}: {{t|ja|消失点|gloss=vanishing point}} (10)
վրացերեն * {{hy}}: {{t|hy|Վրաստան}} (15)
njóta * [[njóta við]] ({{imp}}; to be alive, for others to have one's help, to be around) (37)
россиянин * {{ru}}: {{t+|ru|Росси́я}} (18)
tanka From {{etyl|ja|en}} {{term|短歌||short song|tr=tanka </i>たんか<i>|lang=ja}}, from {{etyl|ltc|en}} [[短]] (''twán'' "short") + [[歌]] (''ka'' "song") (compare {{cmn}} ''duǎngē'' 短歌). (6)
gassho Japanese [[合掌]] (''gasshō'' がっしょう), from {{etyl|ltc|en}} 合掌 (''ɣop-tʃáng'' "Buddhist-style pressed-palm gesture of piety") (compare {{cmn}} ''hézhǎng'' [[合掌]], {{yue}} ''hap<sup>6</sup>-jeung<sup>2</sup>'' 合掌), from [[合]] "unite" and [[掌]] "[[palm]]". (4)
Kyōto From {{etyl|ja|en}} {{term|京都||capital|tr=kyōto|lang=ja}}, from {{etyl|ltc|en}} 京都 (''kjæng-tu'' "capital [of a country]") (compare {{cmn}} [[京都|''jīngdū'' 京都]]). (6)
χρυσός From {{etyl|grc|el}} {{term|χρυσός||gold|lang=grc}} (already {{gmy}} {{term|𐀓𐀬𐀰|tr=ku-ru-so|lang=gmy}}), semitic loan compare with {{etyl|he|-}} {{attention|he|needs Hebrew characters}} (hārús), {{etyl|akk|-}} {{term|𒆬𒄀|tr=ḫurāṣu [KUG.SIG<sub>17</sub>]|lang=akk}}<ref>{{R:Babiniotis 2008}}</ref> (36)
gagaku From {{etyl|ja|en}} 雅楽 (ががく ''gagaku''), from {{etyl|ltc|en}} 雅樂 (''ngǽ-ngæwk'' "ancient ceremonial music") (compare {{cmn}} [[雅乐|''yǎyuè'' 雅乐]], {{yue}} ''ngaa<sup>5</sup>-ngok<sup>6</sup>'' 雅樂), from {{etyl|och|en}} 雅樂 (''*ŋˁraʔ-ŋˁrawk'' "courtly, ceremonial music"), from [[雅]] ("elegant", "refined") + [[樂]] ("music"). (4)
merguez # In French police slang, the word ''merguez'' is used to describe a car that has been modified—such as filing away its engine number, or the inclusion of components from different cars—to make it hard to identify and correspondingly enhance its suitability for use in crimes.<ref>{{fr}} {{cite web (28)
վրացական * {{hy}}: {{t+|hy|վրացերեն}} (18)
Ryukyu From {{etyl|ja|en}} {{term|sc=Jpan|琉球|tr=Ryūkyū|lang=ja}}, from {{etyl|ltc|en}} 流求 (''ljuw-gjuw'', a Chinese exonym for the island kingdom, of unclear origin) (compare {{cmn}} ''Liúqiú'' 琉球). (8)
sonkyo From {{etyl|ja|en}} 蹲踞 (''sonkyo'' そんきょ), from {{etyl|ltc|en}} 蹲踞 (''dzwon-kjò'' "squatting position") (compare {{cmn}} ''dūnjù'' 蹲踞). (4)
butoh {{etyl|ja|en}} {{term|舞踏|tr=butō|sc=Jpan|lang=ja}}, from {{etyl|ltc|en}} 舞踏 (''mjú-táw'' "dance") (compare {{cmn}} ''wǔdǎo'' 舞蹈, {{yue}} ''mou<sup>5</sup> dou<sup>6</sup>'' 舞蹈), from {{etyl|och|en}} 舞蹈 (''*kə.maʔ tˁawʔ'' "dance [for joy or praise]"), from [[舞]] ("dance") + [[蹈]] ("step"). (4)
kango From {{etyl|ja|en}} [[漢語]] (''kango'' かんご), from {{etyl|ltc|en}} [[漢]] (''xàn'' "Han dynasty", "[[China]]") + [[語]] (''ngjó'' "speech", "language") (compare {{cmn}} [[汉语|''Hànyǔ''  汉语]] "Chinese"). (6)
bishonen From {{etyl|ja|en}} {{term|美少年|tr=bishōnen </i>びしょうねん<i>|lang=ja}}, from {{etyl|ltc|en}} [[美]] (''míj'' "beautiful") + [[少年]] (''ʃèw-nen'' "teenaged boy") (compare {{cmn}} ''shàonián'' [[少年]]). (5)
onsen From {{etyl|ja|en}} {{term|温泉|tr=onsen </i>おんせん<i>|lang=ja}}, from {{etyl|ltc|en}} 溫泉 (''ʔwon-dzüen'' "hot spring") (compare {{cmn}} [[温泉|''wēnquán'' 温泉]]), from [[溫]] ("warm") + [[泉]] ("spring", "fountain"). (5)
silenco * {{io}}: {{t+|io|silencesar|gloss=to be silent}} (19)
genkan From {{etyl|ja|en}} {{term|玄関|tr=</i>げんかん<i> genkan|lang=ja|sc=Jpan}}, from {{etyl|ltc|en}} 玄關 (''hwen-kwæn'' "entrance to Buddhist knowledge", by metaphor "front door') (compare {{cmn}} ''xuánguān'' [[玄关]]), from {{etyl|och|en}} [[玄]] (''*ɢʷˁin'' "dark", "profound") + [[關]] (''*kˁron'' "barrier", "gate"). (5)
palesamenti {{head|it|plural}} {{mm}} (4)
kaiju From {{etyl|ja|en}} {{l|ja|怪獣|tr=かいじゅう ''kaijū''}}, from {{etyl|ltc|en}} [[怪]] (''kwɛ̀j'' "strange", "fantastic") + [[獸]] (''ʃùw'' "beast") (compare {{cmn}} ''guàishòu'' 怪兽). (4)
haboku From {{etyl|ja|en}} {{term|破墨||tr=haboku </i>はぼく<i>|lang=ja}}, from {{etyl|ltc|en}} [[破]] (''pʰà'' "broken up") + [[墨]] (''mok'' "ink") (compare {{cmn}} ''pòmò'' 破墨, {{yue}} ''po<sup>3</sup>-mak<sup>6</sup>'' 破墨). (5)
jinja From {{etyl|ja|en}} [[神社]] (''jinja'' じんじゃ), from {{etyl|ltc|en}} [[神社]] (''ʒin-dʒjǽ'') (compare {{cmn}} ''shénshè'' 神社), from {{etyl|och|en}} [[神社]] (''*'''C'''ə.lin-mtʰaʔ'' "sacrificial altar", "shrine"), from [[神]] ("deity", "divine") + [[社]] ("Earth deity [and altar]"). (4)
Hotei From {{etyl|ja|en}} {{term|lang=ja|布袋|tr=Hotei}}, from {{etyl|ltc|en}} 布袋 (''pù-dòj'' "cloth sack") (compare {{cmn}} [[布袋|''Bùdài'' 布袋]], {{vi}} ''Bố Đại''), by [[metonymy]] "Man with the cloth sack", the "Laughing Buddha" figure associated with the [[Maitreya]] Buddha. (5)
Kannon From {{etyl|ja|en}} {{term|lang=ja|観音|tr=Kannon </i>かんのん or<i> ''Kan'on'' </i>かんおん<i>}}, from {{etyl|ltc|en}} 觀音 (''kwan-ʔim'') (compare {{cmn}} [[观音|''Guānyīn'' 观音]]), an abbreviation of 觀世音 (''kwan-ʃjèj-ʔim'' "Observer of the world's cries") (compare {{cmn}} ''Guān-shì-yīn'' 观世音), from [[觀]] ("observe") + [[世]] ("world") + [[音]] ("sounds", "cries"), a translation of {{etyl|sa|en}} अवलोकितेश्वर (''Avalokiteśvara''). (5)
seifuku From {{etyl|ja|en}} {{term|制服|tr=seifuku </i>せいふく<i>|lang=ja}}, from {{etyl|ltc|en}} 制服 (''tʃjèj-bjuwk'') (compare {{cmn}} [[制服|''zhìfú'' 制服]]), from {{etyl|och|en}} (''tets-bək'' "official or ceremonial clothing", "mourning attire"), from [[制]] ("cut" > "designed" > "systematized") + [[服]] ("clothing"). (5)
Horai A romanization of {{etyl|ja|en}} {{term|蓬莱|tr=Hōrai </i>ほうらい<i>|lang=ja}}, from {{etyl|ltc|en}} 蓬萊 (''Bong-Loi'') (compare {{cmn}} [[蓬莱|''Pénglái'' 蓬莱]]), from {{etyl|och|en}} 蓬 萊 (''*Bˁəŋ-rˁəj''). (15)