Jisho

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Words — 130 found

Noun
1. sticky rice cakeUsually written using kana alone, See also
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2. MochiMochi is a Japanese rice cake made of glutinous rice (not... Read more
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餅 【もちい】餅 【かちん】餅 【あも】餠 【もち】餠 【もちい】餠 【かちん】餠 【あも】
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もちい: Out-dated or obsolete kana usage. かちん: Out-dated or obsolete kana usage. あも: Out-dated or obsolete kana usage. 餠: Out-dated kanji. もちい: Out-dated or obsolete kana usage. 餠: Out-dated kanji. かちん: Out-dated or obsolete kana usage. 餠: Out-dated kanji. あも: Out-dated or obsolete kana usage. 餠: Out-dated kanji.
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Noun, Noun - used as a suffix
1. hold; charge; keep possession; in charge
2. wear; durability; life; draw
  • このしゅこの種の
  • ようふく洋服
  • 持ち
  • よくない
  • だろう
  • The suit materials of this sort will not stand up well.
Suffix
3. usage
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Noun
1. birdlime
2. Nepal holly (Ilex integra)Usually written using kana alone, See also 黐の木
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モチ
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Noun
1. mochi (glutinous rice or other grain, sticky enough to make mochi rice cakes)See also
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Noun
1. motivationColloquialism, Abbreviation, See also モチベーション
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Adverb
1. of course; for sure; definitelyAbbreviation, Colloquialism, See also 勿論 もちろん
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Ichidan verb, Transitive verb
1. to use; to make use of; to utilize; to utilise
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Adverb
1. of course; certainly; naturallyUsually written using kana alone
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Ichidan verb, Transitive verb
1. to elevate; to raise; to lift up
2. to flatter; to extol; to praise to the sky
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持上げる 【もちあげる】
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Noun
1. hot topic; talk of the town
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持ちきり 【もちきり】
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Noun
1. owner; proprietor; possessor (e.g. of talent, beauty, etc.)
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持主 【もちぬし】
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Godan verb with su ending, Transitive verb
1. to take out; to carry out; to bring out from where it belongs
  • この
  • たな
  • ほん
  • もちだ持ち出す
  • Don't take out the books on this shelf.
2. to mention something; to broach a topic; to bring up (a subject); to raise (an issue); to mention
  • それ
  • しょくじ食事
  • せき
  • かいわ会話
  • もちだ持ち出す
  • のに
  • てきとう適当
  • ではない
  • That is not a proper subject to bring up in conversation at the dinner table.
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持出す 【もちだす】
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Godan verb with mu ending, Transitive verb
1. to take something into ...; to bring in; to carry in
2. to lodge (a complaint); to file (a plan); to bring (a proposal); to commence negotiationsSee also 尻を持ち込む しりをもちこむ
3. to bring to (a state: tied game, vote, trial, etc.)
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持ちこむ 【もちこむ】持込む 【もちこむ】
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Noun
1. takeout (i.e. food); take-out; takeaway; take-away
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持帰り 【もちかえり】
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Noun
1. bring-your-own (e.g. food and drink); carry-on (e.g. luggage)
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持込み 【もちこみ】
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Godan verb with ru ending, Transitive verb
1. to bring back; to carry home; to take out (e.g. food)
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持帰る 【もちかえる】
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Noun, No-adjective
1. one's nature; characteristic; inherent; natural
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持前 【もちまえ】持ちまえ 【もちまえ】
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Noun
1. one's (own) house
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持ち家 【もちや】持家 【もちいえ】持家 【もちや】
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Noun
1. stock holdings; one's shares
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持株 【もちかぶ】
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Godan verb with su ending, Transitive verb
1. to carry over; to carry forward; to keep (for later); to deferSee also 持ち越し
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Kanji — 29 found

0.46672240194831166
5 strokes. JLPT N4. Jōyō kanji, taught in grade 2.
utilize, business, service, use, employ
On: ヨウ
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2.733452073715968
11 strokes. JLPT N3. Jōyō kanji, taught in grade 4.
ambition, full moon, hope, desire, aspire to, expect
Kun: のぞ.む もち
On: ボウ モウ
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7.787430482352514
12 strokes. JLPT N1. Jōyō kanji, taught in junior high.
ought, by all means, necessarily
On: シュ
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62.57860492166769
14 strokes. Jōyō kanji, taught in junior high.
mochi rice cake
Kun: もち もちい
On: ヘイ ヒョウ
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Sentences — 287 found

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    • あしがおそ足が遅い
    • かれ
    • もちろん
    • すでに
    • 2m
    • ついた
    He, being slow-footed, was of course already lagging two meters. Tatoeba
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Names — 362 found

もち
Female given name
1. Mochi
もち 【持】
Unclassified name
1. Mochi
もち 【守道】
Place
1. Mochi
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