orihon

noun ori·hon \ˈȯrēˌhän\

Definition of orihon

plural

-s

  1. :  a strip of paper, papyrus, or vellum that is accordion-folded so as to divide the writing or printing which appears on one side into pages or columns and that sometimes has laced-on covers

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Origin and Etymology of orihon

Japanese, probably from ori fold + hon book, volume


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