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- glass - used from the late Muromachi period to the Edo period - archaism - From Portuguese "vidro"
- Brazilian barbecue - From Portuguese "churrasco"
- Edo-period Japanese card game - sometimes written 宇牟須牟骨牌 - From Portuguese "um sum carta" ➜ 天正カルタ
- shawm-like instrument played by street vendors (sometimes referred to as a flute) - From Portuguese "charamela" ➜ 哨吶【さない】
- non-ordained monk - early Japanese Christian term - archaism - From Portuguese "irmão"
- tamarind - From Spanish "tamarindo" or Portuguese "tamarindo"
- filhos (traditional Portuguese dessert) - From Portuguese
- deep-fried tofu mixed with thinly sliced vegetables - Kansai dialect ➜ 雁擬き
- defensive midfielder (soccer, football) - From Portuguese "volante"
- silk cotton (esp. from the Indian silk cotton tree) - From Portuguese "panha"
- Indian silk-cotton tree (Bombax ceiba) ➜ パンヤの木
- capoeira - From Portuguese
- virgin (esp. the Virgin Mary) - From Portuguese "virgem"
- fad - From Portuguese
- fado ［ファド］
- Sunday (esp. as the sabbath in early Japanese Christianity) - archaism - From Portuguese "domingo"
- hakama fashioned in the style of the pantaloons worn by the Portuguese - From Portuguese "calção" ➜ 袴
- lace; lacing braid - From Portuguese "mogol"
- chenille yarn
- pipe cleaner; fibre, paper, etc. twisted between a pair of wires
- misanga bracelet; good luck charm made from knotted embroidery floss, thread or gimp - From Portuguese "missanga"
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