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is Japanese for "loan word" or "borrowed word", and indicates a transliteration (or "transvocalization") into Japanese.In particular, the word usually refers to a Japanese word of foreign origin that was not borrowed in ancient times from Old or Middle Chinese, but in modern times, primarily from English or from other European languages.In the past, more gairaigo came from other languages besides English.The first period of borrowing foreign language occurred during the late fourth century AD, when a massive number of Chinese characters were adopted.For a list of terms, see the List of gairaigo and wasei-eigo terms.Japanese has a long history of borrowing foreign languages.Most, but not all, modern gairaigo are derived from English, particularly in the post-World War II era (after 1945).Words are taken from English for concepts that do not exist in Japanese, but also for other reasons, such as a preference for English terms or fashionability – many gairaigo have Japanese synonyms.

In addition to borrowings, which adopted both meaning and pronunciation, Japanese also has an extensive set of calques, where a new word is crafted using existing morphemes to express a foreign term.These are not considered gairaigo, as the foreign word itself has not been borrowed, and sometimes a calque and a borrowing are both used.In written Japanese, gairaigo are usually written in katakana.They also gained several loanwords from French at this time.In modern times, there are some borrowings from Modern Chinese and Modern Korean, particularly for food names, and these continue as new foods become popular in Japan; standard examples include ūron (烏龍 ウーロン "oolong tea") and kimuchi (キムチ "kimchi"), respectively, while more specialized examples include hoikōrō (回鍋肉 ホイコーロー "twice cooked pork") from Chinese, and bibinba (ビビンバ "Bibimbap") from Korean.

do (ド) – compare English's Daoism–Taoism romanization issue.

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