Jisho

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Words — 383 found

Noun, Noun - used as a suffix
1. sound; noise; report
  • ここ
  • から
  • うみ
  • おと
  • 聞こえる
  • We can hear the ocean from here.
2. noteMusic term
  • かのじょ彼女
  • ピアノ
  • たか高い
  • おと
  • 出した
  • She struck high notes on the piano.
3. fameOnly applies to おと
4. Chinese-derived character readingOnly applies to おん, See also 訓 くん
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5. SoundSound is a mechanical wave that is an oscillation of pres... Read more
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音 【ね】音 【おん】
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Na-adjective, Noun
1. strange; odd; peculiar; weird; curious; queer; eccentric; funny; suspicious; fishy
  • その
  • オレンジ
  • あとあじ後味
  • へん
  • だった
  • The orange left a strange taste in my mouth.
2. unexpected
3. change
4. incident; disturbance; disaster; accident
Noun - used as a prefix
5. flatMusic term, See also 変ロ短調
Other forms
變 【へん】
Notes
變: Out-dated kanji.
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Noun
1. score; sheet musicMusic term
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2. Sheet musicSheet music is a handwritten or printed form of music not... Read more
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Noun, Suru verb
1. idea; conception; way of thinkingSee also 思いつき, See also 着想
2. expressionMusic term
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Noun
1. pianoMusic term, From Italian
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2. PianoThe piano is a musical instrument played by means of a ke... Read more
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ピヤノ
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Noun
1. accent (in language)
  • かれ彼の
  • アクセント
  • から
  • はんだん判断
  • する
  • かれ
  • かんさい関西
  • しゅっしん出身
  • Judging from his accent, he is from Kansai.
2. stress; highlight; accent
    Australia
  • という
  • アクセント
  • どこ
  • ですか
  • Where do you place the stress in the word "Australia"?
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3. Accent (linguistics)In linguistics, an accent is a manner of pronunciation pe... Read more
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Noun
1. concertoMusic term, See also コンチェルト
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2. ConcertoA concerto (from the Italian: concerto, plural concerti o... Read more
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1. a march
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2. March (music)A march, as a musical genre, is a piece of music with a s... Read more
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1. prelude; overtureMusic term
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2. Prelude (music)A prelude (Germ. Präludium or Vorspiel; Lat. praeludium; ... Read more
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1. musical interval; step
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2. Interval (music)In music theory, an interval is a combination of two note... Read more
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Noun
1. ripple; ring on the water
2. repercussions
3. Japanese slit drum; instrument made of iron with slits on top; makes a rippling soundMusic term
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Noun
1. basic tone; underlying tone; basic theme; basis; keynote
2. trend
3. keynoteMusic term, See also 主調
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Noun, Suru verb
1. moving forward (e.g. vehicle); onward movement
2. advance (work, procedure, etc); advancement; progress
3. progress (of a disease); disease progression
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4. progression (harmonic, melodic)Music term
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1. bluesMusic term
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2. BluesBlues is the name given to both a musical form and a musi... Read more
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ブルーズ
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1. sonataMusic term, From Italian
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2. SonataSonata, in music, literally means a piece played as oppos... Read more
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Na-adjective, Noun
1. minor
Noun
2. minor leagueBaseball term, Abbreviation, See also マイナーリーグ
3. minor (key, scale, mode, etc.)Music term
4. miner
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5. Minor
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1. reggaeMusic term
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2. ReggaeReggae is a music genre first developed in Jamaica in the... Read more
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Noun
1. head; chief; leader; elder
2. merit; strong pointSee also
3. superiority
4. majorMusic term, See also
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Noun
1. volleyballAbbreviation, See also バレーボール
  • かれ
  • バレー
  • せんしゅ選手
  • です
  • He's a volleyball player.
2. valleySee also
3. balletSee also バレエ
  • しろ白い
  • スーツ
  • 着た
  • バレー
  • きょうし教師
  • あいず合図
  • ひとこと一言
  • 聞く
  • たちまち
  • れんしゅうじょう練習場
  • いきい生き生き
  • として
  • きます
  • At a word from the ballet master in the white suit, the room will come alive.
4. barré (chord in guitar technique)Music term, See also セーハ
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1. staff notationMusic term
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2. Staff (music)In standard Western musical notation, the staff, or stave... Read more
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