Meaning of とう in Japanese

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Definition of とう

  1. (n) lesser cuckoo (Cuculus poliocephalus)

    Have you ever seen a cuckoo?

  1. (n, n-suf) party (political)

    She has consented to take the leadership of the party.

  2. faction; -ite →Related words: 甘党

    She's die-hard coffee drinker.

かたな(katana) · とう(tou)

刀 Kanji Details

  1. (n) (single-edged) sword; katana

    "Practising sword throwing?" "It just slipped out of my hands."

  2. dagger; knife
  3. scalpel
  1. (n) T'ang-Dynasty (China 618-907)
  1. (n, n-suf) tower; steeple; spire

    I see the tower from my house.

  2. (n) stupa; pagoda; dagoba →Related words: 卒塔婆 , 塔婆
  1. (n) large building; building with a long roof
  2. (suf, ctr) counter for buildings, apartments, etc.
  1. (n, n-suf) sugar

    Until now sugar had been detected in my urine once, however this time there is only albumin.

  1. (ctr) counter for large animals (e.g. head of cattle)
  1. (v5u-s, vt) to ask; to question; to inquire

    Ask if he wants another drink.

  2. to charge (i.e. with a crime); to accuse
  3. to care (about)
  4. without regard to (with negative verb)
  1. (n, n-suf, ctr) class; order; rank

    Two, four, six, etc. are even numbers.

  2. (suf) et cetera (etc.); and the like →Related words:
  3. (pref) equal

    I am in no mood for joking.

  1. (n) pitching ability (in baseball)
  2. (suf, ctr) counter for pitches
  1. (n) rattan; (rattan) cane (e.g. used in wicker furniture)
  1. (pref) this (business organisation or place)

    Please enjoy your stay at this hotel.

  1. (suf) Island

    The king reigned over the island.

  2. (n-suf, n) insula; island; islet
おにがしら(onigashira) · とう(tou) 鬼頭 ·

鬼頭纛 Kanji Details

  1. (n) decorative black flagpole tassel made from tail hair (of a yak, horse, ox, etc.) or dyed hemp →Related words: 大頭
  1. (adv) quickly; swiftly →Related words: 疾く
  2. (n, adj-no) a long time ago
  1. (n) light; lamp
  2. (suf, ctr) counter for electric lights

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