See also: fuji, fùjì, and fùjí

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Borrowed from Japanese 富士 (ふじ, Fuji).

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  1. A city in Shizuoka Prefecture, Japan.
  2. Short for Mount Fuji.
  3. A surname from Japanese.
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From Mandarin 富基 (Fùjī).

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  1. A harbor in Shimen district, New Taipei, Taiwan.
    • 2008 February 9, Kaminoge, “Welcoming in the Year of the Rat in Tansui and Hokutō Onsen 子年の旅行:淡水、北投温泉”, in A Curmudgeon Abroad[1] (Blog), archived from the original on 18 March 2023[2]:
      After taking some time to dry off while having a seafood lunch at the nearby Fuchi (Fuji) Fishing Harbor 富基漁港, we continued down the coast to the Temple of the Eighteen Lords 十八王公廟.
    • 2016 March 31, “Seafood sales”, in Focus Taiwan[3], archived from the original on 26 October 2023, Photos of the Day‎[4]:
      A Wanli Crab is pictured in the northern coastal fishing port of Fuji Thursday by the Agriculture Department of the New Taipei City Government. Seafood promotional sales will be held during the 4-day Tomb Sweeping holiday from April 2-5. Photo courtesy of the Agriculture Department of New Taipei City Government March 31, 2016
    • 2017 November 13, “FUJI FISHING PORT”, in Fisheries and Fishing Port Affairs Management Office, New Taipei City Government[5], archived from the original on 01 June 2022:
      Fuji Fishing Port is in the Fuji Neighborhood of Shimen District in New Taipei City.
    • For more quotations using this term, see Citations:Fuji.
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  1. Rōmaji transcription of ふじ