- dilou (Pinyin without tones)
- 敵樓 (Traditional Chinese)
- 敌楼 (Simplified Chinese)
- dílóu (Pinyin)
- ti-lo (Wade-Giles)
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CMW S21, “ 敵樓 dílóu” in Architectura Sinica last modified March 11, 2021, https://architecturasinica.org/keyword/k000163.
Bibliography:CMW S21, “ 敵樓 dílóu.” In Architectura Sinica, edited by Tracy Miller. Entry published March 11, 2021. https://architecturasinica.org/keyword/k000163.
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