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Noun, Noun - used as a suffix
1. kneading; gloss; tempering
Noun or verb acting prenominally, Noun
2. paste (e.g. bean paste, mustard paste)
Noun
3. parading of portable shrines and floats at festivalsShinto term, See also 練り歩く ねりあるく, See also お練り おねり, orig. 邌り, usu. お練り
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煉り 【ねり】錬り 【ねり】
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1. ritual prayer; invocation of the gods participating in a riteShinto term
  • なんて
  • 言ってる
  • ?」「
  • のりと祝詞
  • 知らない
  • ?」「
  • のりと祝詞
  • ?」「
  • しんとう神道
  • じゅもん呪文
  • ような
  • もん
  • 。」
  • "What is she saying?" "You don't even know 'norito'?" "Norito?" "It's something like a Shinto spell."
2. congratulatory addressOnly applies to しゅくし, See also 祝辞 しゅくじ
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祝詞 【しゅくし】祝詞 【のっと】祝詞 【のと】
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Noun, Suru verb
1. prayer; grace (at meals)
2. exorcismShinto term, Buddhist term
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祈とう 【きとう】祈禱 【きとう】
Notes
祈禱: Out-dated kanji.
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Noun
1. household shrine; home shrineShinto term
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2. Kamidanais a miniature household altar provided to enshrine a dei... Read more
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Noun
1. patron god; tutelar deity; guardian deity; local deityShinto term
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2. UjigamiAn ujigami is a guardian god or spirit of a particular pl... Read more
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Noun
1. grand shrine; famous shrineShinto term, Only applies to たいしゃ
2. Izumo Grand ShrineShinto term, Abbreviation
Place
3. Taisha
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大社 【おおやしろ】
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Noun
1. Shinto priestShinto term, Sensitive
2. chief Shinto priest (of a shrine)Shinto term, Sensitive
3. Welsh onion; pun in Buddhist monk jargonSee also 葱 ねぎ
Place
4. Kannushi
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神主 【かむぬし】
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Noun
1. staff with plaited paper streamersShinto term, Honorific or respectful (sonkeigo), See also
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2. Gohei, onbe or heisoku are wooden wands, decorated with two sh... Read more
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ご幣 【ごへい】御幣 【おんべい】御幣 【おんべ】
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Noun
1. branch of a sacred tree (esp. sakaki) with paper or cotton strips attached (used as an offering)Shinto term
2. sakaki (species of evergreen sacred to Shinto, Cleyera japonica)See also
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3. Tamagushiis a form of Shinto offering made from a sakaki-tree bran... Read more
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玉籤 【たまぐし】玉ぐし 【たまぐし】玉串 【たまくし】玉籤 【たまくし】
Notes
たまくし: Out-dated or obsolete kana usage. たまくし: Out-dated or obsolete kana usage.
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Noun
1. the Twenty-Two Shrines; the 22 most important Shinto shrines, as designated during the Heian periodShinto term
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2. Twenty-Two ShrinesThe Twenty-Two Shrines of Japan is one ranking system for... Read more
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1. catalpa bow; spirit bow; bow used to summon spirits, made of Japanese cherry birch, catalpa, or other woodShinto term
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2. AzusayumiAn azusayumi is a Japanese bow made from the wood of the ... Read more
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1. rope used to cordon off consecrated areas or as a talisman against evilShinto term
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2. ShimenawaShimenawa (標縄・注連縄・七五三縄, literally "enclosing rope") are l... Read more
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注連縄 【しめなわ】七五三縄 【しめなわ】標縄 【しめなわ】
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Noun
1. miko; shrine maiden; young girl or woman (trad. an unmarried virgin) who assists priests at shrinesShinto term
2. medium; sorceress; shamaness
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3. MikoA miko (巫女) is a Shinto term in Japan, indicating a shrin... Read more
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神子 【みこ】巫子 【みこ】巫女 【ふじょ】
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Noun
1. shrine dedicated to the spirits of the war deadShinto term
Place
2. Shoukonsha
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Noun
1. transferring a shintai in a portable shrine, e.g. to another shrine or to a ceremonyShinto term, See also 神体
Place
2. Jinkou
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神幸 【じんこう】
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Noun
1. patron god; ancestor deified as a kamiShinto term, Kyuushuu dialect
Place
2. Uchigami
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内神 【うっがん】
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Noun
1. rope used to cordon off consecrated areas or as a talisman against evilShinto term, Abbreviation, See also 注連縄
2. cordoning off; cordoning-off signArchaism
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標 【しめ】七五三 【しめ】
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Noun
1. exorcism rite; purificationShinto term
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お祓い 【おはらい】御秡い 【おはらい】
Notes
御秡い: Irregular kanji usage.
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