Meaning of in Japanese

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児 Kanji Details

  1. (n-suf) child

字 Kanji Details

  1. (n) character (i.e. kanji)
  2. hand-writing; penmanship
  3. the ... word (i.e. "the L word" = "love") →Related words: ほの字

璽 Kanji Details

  1. (n) emperor's seal

次 Kanji Details

  1. (pref) next
  2. hypo- (i.e. containing an element with low valence) →Related words: 次亜
  3. (ctr) order; sequence; time; times

痔 Kanji Details

  1. (n) hemorrhoids; piles

    Recently my haemorrhoids, which I've had from before, are painful.


時 Kanji Details

  1. (suf) hour; o'clock

    His voice broke when he was twelve.

  2. (suf, adj-no) (specified) time; when ...; during ... →Related words: 緊急時

辞 Kanji Details

  1. (n) address (e.g. opening or closing remarks); speech; words
  2. ci (Chinese literary form)
  3. ancillary word →Related words:

事 Kanji Details

  1. (n) (Buddh) individual concrete phenomenon (as opposed to a general principle) →Related words:
(tsu) · (chi) · (di) · (ji) ·

箇個 Kanji Details

  1. (ctr) counter for the hito-futa-mi counting system (forming hitotsu, futatsu, mitsu, and misoji, yasoji, etc.)

路 Kanji Details

  1. (suf) route; road
  2. distance travelled in a day
  3. (with decade) one's ....; age .... →Related words: 七十路
(ji) · ころ(koro)

自 Kanji Details

  1. (pref) self-
  2. from ... →Related words:

寺 Kanji Details

  1. (suf, ctr) counter for temples

地 Kanji Details

  1. (n) ground; land; earth; soil
  2. the region in question; the local area
  3. skin
  4. texture; fabric; material; weave
  5. base; background
  6. one's true nature
  7. narrative (i.e. descriptive part of a story)
  8. real life; actuality
  9. (in the game of go) captured territory
  10. noh chorus →Related words: 地謡
  11. (in Japanese dance) accompaniment music
  12. (in Japanese music) basic phrase (usu. repetitive)
  13. base part (of multiple shamisens)
ちゅう(chuu) · (ji)

柱 Kanji Details

  1. (n, n-suf) bridge (of a koto, etc.)
  2. cylinder; prism

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