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Words — 388 found

Noun
1. the Big Dipper (asterism); the Plough; the PlowAstronomy, etc. term, See also 北斗星
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2. Big DipperThe Big Dipper, also known as the Plough or the Saptarish... Read more
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1. Milky Way; luminous band corresponding to the plane of the galaxyAstronomy, etc. term
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2. Milky Way (mythology)There are many myths and legends about the origin of the ... Read more
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天の川 【あまのかわ】天の河 【あまのがわ】天の河 【あまのかわ】
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あまのかわ: Out-dated or obsolete kana usage. あまのかわ: Out-dated or obsolete kana usage.
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1. Sirius (star in the constellation Canis Major); Alpha Canis Majoris; the Dog StarAstronomy, etc. term
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2. SiriusSirius is the brightest star in the night sky. With a vis... Read more
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1. quasar; QSOAstronomy, etc. term
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2. QuasarA quasi-stellar radio source ("quasar") is a very energet... Read more
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Noun, Na-adjective, No-adjective
1. rareOnly applies to レア, Only applies to レアー
  • ステーキ
  • レア
  • 好き
  • です
  • I like my steak rare.
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2. rhea (bird of family Rheidae)
3. Rhea (Greek goddess)
4. Rhea (moon of Saturn)Astronomy, etc. term, Only applies to レア
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5. Rhea (mythology)Rhea was the Titaness daughter of the sky god Uranus and ... Read more
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レアーレイアーレイア
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1. grade; class; degree; rank; rating; order; points
2. magnitudeAstronomy, etc. term
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1. Venus (Roman goddess)See also アプロディーテー
2. Venus (planet)Astronomy, etc. term, See also 金星 きんせい
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3. Venus (mythology)Venus is a Roman goddess principally associated with love... Read more
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ヴィーナスウェヌス
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Noun
1. Southern Cross (asterism formed with the brightest four stars of the constellation Crux)Astronomy, etc. term
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1. novaAstronomy, etc. term, See also ノバ
2. new face; new star
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3. NovaA nova is a cataclysmic nuclear explosion in a star cause... Read more
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1. asteroidAstronomy, etc. term
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2. AsteroidAsteroids (from Greek ἀστεροειδής - asteroeidēs, "star-li... Read more
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1. nebulaAstronomy, etc. term
2. galaxyAstronomy, etc. term, Obsolete term, See also 銀河
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3. NebulaA nebula is an interstellar cloud of dust, hydrogen, heli... Read more
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1. giant starAstronomy, etc. term, See also 矮星 わいせい
2. great man; big-shot; superstar
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3. Giant starA giant star is a star with substantially larger radius a... Read more
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Noun
1. Jupiter (Roman god)See also ゼウス
2. Jupiter (planet)Astronomy, etc. term, See also 木星 もくせい
3. Jupiter Symphony; Symphony No. 41 by MozartAbbreviation
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ユピテル
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Noun
1. to (measure of volume, approx. 18 litres)Obsolete term
2. square bearing block (at the top of a pillar)See also 枡形
3. Chinese "Dipper" constellation (one of the 28 mansions)Astronomy, etc. term, See also 二十八宿, See also 玄武 げんぶ
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1. Chinese "Hairy Head" constellation (one of the 28 mansions); Pleiades; Seven SistersAstronomy, etc. term, See also 二十八宿, See also 白虎 びゃっこ
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昴 【すまる】昴 【ぼう】
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Noun
1. coronaAstronomy, etc. term, See also 光環
Place
2. Corona
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3. CoronaA corona is a type of plasma "atmosphere" of the Sun or o... Read more
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1. red flame
2. (solar) prominenceAstronomy, etc. term
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3. Solar prominenceA prominence is a large, bright feature extending outward... Read more
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紅焔 【こうえん】
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1. double star; visual doubleAstronomy, etc. term
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2. Double starIn observational astronomy, a double star is a pair of st... Read more
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1. circumpolar starAstronomy, etc. term
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2. Circumpolar starA circumpolar star is a star that, as viewed from a given... Read more
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1. Cetus (constellation); the WhaleAstronomy, etc. term
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2. CetusCetus is a constellation. Its name refers to Cetus, a sea... Read more
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くじら座 【くじらざ】
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