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Paan 
Hindi word for betel used for a stimulating and psychoactive preparation combined with areca nut and/or cured tobacco
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Paan (it); Paan (fr); Mama (bcl); विडा (mr); Sirih-Pinang (de); Ăn trầu (vi); پان (sd); پان پراک (fa); 盤安 (zh); ကွမ်းယာ (my); पान (ne); پان (ur); പാൻ (ml); ଖିଲିପାନ (or); Paan (id); Betel (używka) (pl); බුලත් විට (si); Paan (nl); తాంబూలము (te); पान का बीड़ा (hi); ತಾಂಬೂಲ (kn); Paan (es); Paan (en); مضغة التنبول (ar); Betelové sousto (cs); தாம்பூலம் (ta) Hindi word for betel used for a stimulating and psychoactive preparation combined with areca nut and/or cured tobacco (en); ପାନ ନାମକ ଲତାର ପତ୍ର ତଥା ଅନ୍ୟାନ୍ୟ ମସଲାରୁ ପ୍ରସ୍ତୁତ ମୁଖଶୋଧକ ଖିଲି ବା ଖିଲ (or) तांबूल (mr); Tục ăn trầu, Nhai trầu (vi); پان, مضغة البان, مدغة التنبول (ar); Pinang, Betel (cs); Paan, പാൻമസാല, മുറുക്കാൻ, വെറ്റിലമുറുക്ക്, വെറ്റില മുറുക്ക്, തുമ്മാൻ (ml)

Paan, from the word pān (Hindi: पान; lit. "betel vine"), is a stimulating, psychoactive preparation of betel leaf combined with areca nut and/or cured tobacco, in many variations. Slaked lime paste is commonly added to bind the leaves. It is mostly consumed in Asia, and elsewhere in the world by some Asian emigrants.

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