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        bó/pō, to anchor/touch at/to moor, lake/Taiwan pr. [bó]
        xuèpō, bloodbath/pool of blood
        piāobó, to drift (in the tide)/to rove/to lead a wandering existence/drifter/wanderer
        tíngbó, to anchor/anchorage/mooring (of a ship)
        húpō, lake
        Níbóěr, [尼泊爾], Nepal
        bówèi, berth
        piāobó, [飄泊], variant of 漂泊[piāo bó]
        dànbó, living a simple life
        dàikèbóchē, [代客泊車], valet parking
        NíbóěrGòngchǎndǎng, [尼泊爾共產黨], Communist Party of Nepal
        Níbóěrguówáng, [尼泊爾國王], Nepalese monarchy
        jiēbóchē, [接泊車], shuttle bus
        ōubó, [歐泊], opal (Sanskrit: upala)
        Bótóushì, [泊頭市], Botou county level city in Cangzhou 滄州|沧州[Cāng zhōu], Hebei
        Bósōng, S.D. Poisson (1781-1840), French mathematician/also pr. [Pō sōng]
        Bósōngfēnbù, [泊松分佈], Poisson distribution (in statistics)
        bóchē, [泊車], to park (a vehicle) (loanword)/parking/parked car
        dànbómínglì, not caring about fame and fortune (idiom)/indifferent to worldly rewards
        dànbóguǎwèi, insipid and tasteless (idiom)
        dànbómíngzhì, living a simple life as one's ideal (idiom)
        dànbó, variant of 淡泊[dàn bó]
        dìngbó, to moor/to drop anchor
        jìbó, [繫泊], to moor
        Luóbùbó, [羅布泊], Lop Nor, salt lake and nuclear testing site in Xinjiang
        Mòbósāng, Guy de Maupassant (1850-1893), French novelist and short story writer
        luòbó, down and out/in dire straits/unrestrained/unconventional
        luánpiāofèngbó, [鸞飄鳳泊], lit. firebird soars, phoenix alights (idiom); fig. exquisite bold calligraphy/fi...

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