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A Pronouncing and Defining Dictionary of the Swatow Dialect, Arranged According to Syllables and Tones/bak

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bâk607750 Wood; timber; wooden.
chīu-bâk; trees. hue-bâk; shrubbery. cháu-bâk; plants. bâk-līo; lumber. bâk-chīeⁿ; an artist who works in wood. bâk-kang sai-pĕ; a carpenter. cò̤ bâk-kang; do carpentery. bâk-chieh; a carpenter's foot rule. cêk kò̤ bâk kâi; made of a single piece of wood. bâk-hieⁿ; putchuck, used as medicine. bâk pŏ; the vegetable kingdom, the whole list of characters having this radical. bâk cheⁿ; the planet Jupiter. bâk hì; a puppet show. ŭ khí chīu-bâk chiu-thiⁿ-sî lut hîeh, ṳ khí chīu-bâk tang-thiⁿ-sî hîeh cìaⁿ lut, ŭ khí chīu-bâk bô̤ mih lut hîeh; some shrubs shed their leaves in autumn, some in winter, and some do not shed them much at all.

bâk596408 Close; imperforate; without interstices; occult.
sòi bâk; of close texture. thīⁿ kàu bâk-bâk; sewed with fine stitches. bâk-câk; without interstices. cí kâi pò bâk-câk; this cloth is imporous. úa kâi hîuⁿ àiⁿ bâk hâng kâi; I want my wadded jacket close-quilted in lines. kau-chap khṳ̀ ciu-bâk; having a close and intimate relationship with each other. pìn kàu bâk-bâk; interweave them closely so as to leave no interstices. sẃn i pìu khṳ̀ bâk kâi; select one that is close plaited. hĭa tĭeh pâi bâk-bâk; lay the tiles so as to leave no crevices. cò̤ bâk-bâk; make it so that there will be no chinks. pâi bâk cē; spread them close together. ki-bâk; the real moving cause.

bâk6043212 Ink; style, letters, writings.
bâk īⁿ; an ink-stone. bâk hû; a box for prepared ink. bâk âp; a box holding cakes of ink. bâk kè; an ink rack. cêk tîo bâk; a bar of ink. cêk kò̤ bâk; a cake of ink. bâk cúi; liquid ink. pit bâk cúa īⁿ; writing materials. bâk sùaⁿ; a line made with ink. bâk-táu, a carpenter's line and reel. bâk hṳ̂; the cuttle fish. bâk pó; dried cuttle fish. bâk khah kṳ̂t; the ink is too thick. bâk khah chieh; the ink is too thin. bâk sía lô̤h khṳ̀ ŭn; the ink spreads after writing. bâk bûa lông cē; rub up a little more ink. ŭ sîn bâk; all lined and marked out. tăi lô̤h bâk; put pen to paper. cí kâi nâng hó̤ pit bâk; this is a good penman. bûn bâk kâi nâng; a student. àiⁿ sía ngía jī, tîeh ēng hó̤ pit bâk; if you would write a beautiful hand, you must use good pens and ink. kiaⁿ bâk hó̤ cò̤ îeh; Pekinese ink is good as a medicine. ní bâk-cúi kâi pò; cloth colored in ink. bâk-cúi ūe; drawn in ink. cí kâi bâk sĭ sĭm-mih kâi cò̤ kâi? Of what is this ink made? hó̤ cang o-in cò̤ bâk; soot may be made into ink. bâk īam-īam; the ink is glossy. bâk-bun-sek; a very dark reddish brown. bâk sái; ink dried on the stone.