Definition of Pakfong

1. n. See Packfong.



Definition of Pakfong

1. Noun. (alternative form of paktong) ¹

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Definition of Pakfong

1. paktong [n -S] - See also: paktong

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Pakfong

pajeon
pajock
pajocke
pajockes
pajocks
pak
pak choi
pakalolo
pakalolos
pakamac
pakapoo
pakapoos
pakchoi
pakeha
pakehas
pakfong (current term)
pakfongs
pakicetid
pakicetids
pakka
pakol
pakols
pakora
pakoras
paks
paktong
paktongs
pal
pal up
pala

Literary usage of Pakfong

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1. A Cyclopaedia of Practical Receipts: And Collateral Information in the Arts by Arnold James Cooley (1845)
"... as well as pakfong, as analysed by Dr. Fyfe.—6. (Keferstein.) Nickel and zinc, of each 7 parts ; copper 5 do. This is the composition of the Chinese ..."

2. The Playbook of Metals: Including Personal Narratives of Visits to Coal by John Henry Pepper (1861)
"... of their ingredients—viz., copper, nickel, zinc, with occasionally a little lead or iron—are variable. Thus the pakfong contains about 31J per cent ..."

3. The Chemistry and Metallurgy of Copper by Aaron Snowden Piggot (1858)
"The Chinese have long used it under the name of pakfong, or white metal, ... 25.4 Tin, .... . . .2.6 100.0 The Chinese pakfong always contains iron, ..."

4. A Manual of Metallurgy by George Hogarth Makins (1873)
"The analysis of the better and whiter metal is given at No. I in the table following; No. 2 is an excellent one of pakfong; No. ..."

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