Hi, I'm writting a short story in French, but I would like to incorporate a Japanese pun into my writting. As my story revisits old tales and revolves around a King , I was wondering whether a pun on the word 王国 (kingdom) was possible. 王国 sounds like "ōkoku" and means kingdom. 古句 sounds like "koku" and means old poem. Thus, can 大古句 possibly mean both "kingdom" (ōkoku) and "a great, old poem" (ō+koku : 大 + 古句). I don't have any knowledge of Japanese language, and I'm afraid this would simply not make any sense whatsoever I thought about making up a pun with the word 佳句 (kaku), as it means "a beautiful passage of literature" (referring to old tales), but I'm really struggling to find something proper. Maybe 威嚇 (ikaku, "a threat"). Any help will be greatly appreciated! Thanks in advance.