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Words — 956 found

Noun
1. moneySee also お金
  • かね
  • きれめ切れ目
  • えん
  • きれめ切れ目
  • The end of money is the end of love.
2. metal
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3. IronIron is a chemical element with the symbol Fe and atomic ... Read more
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鉄 【かね】銀 【かね】銅 【かね】金 【かな】
Notes
鉄: Out-dated kanji. 銀: Out-dated kanji. 銅: Out-dated kanji. かな: Out-dated or obsolete kana usage.
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Noun, No-adjective
1. gold
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2. GoldGold is a chemical element with the symbol Au and an atom... Read more
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黄金 【きがね】黄金 【くがね】黄金 【こがね】金 【こがね】
Notes
きがね: Out-dated or obsolete kana usage. くがね: Out-dated or obsolete kana usage.
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Noun, Noun - used as a suffix
1. gold (Au); golden (color); gold (medal, cup)
  • かがや輝く
  • もの
  • すべて
  • きん
  • とはかぎとは限らない
  • All that glitters is not gold.
No-adjective, Noun
2. valuable; of highest value
Noun
3. money; gold coin (orig. meaning)
  • わたし
  • げつ
  • すい
  • きん
  • いちにち一日
  • おきに
  • しごと仕事
  • します
  • I work every other day: Monday, Wednesday, and Friday.
4. FridayAbbreviation, See also 金曜
5. metal (fourth of the five elements)See also 五行
6. Jin (dynasty of China; 1115-1234 CE)
Noun, Noun - used as a suffix
7. gold generalShogi term, Abbreviation, See also 金将
Noun
8. testiclesAbbreviation, Colloquialism, See also 金玉 きんたま
Suffix, Counter
9. karat; carat
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Adverbial noun, Temporal noun
1. Friday
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2. FridayFriday is the day between Thursday and Saturday. In count... Read more
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Noun
1. metal
Place
2. Kinzoku
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3. MetalA metal (from Greek "μέταλλον" – métallon, "mine, quarry,... Read more
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金ぞく 【きんぞく】
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Noun, No-adjective
1. financing; credit transacting; loaning of money; circulation of money
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2. FinanceFinance is the study of how investors allocate their asse... Read more
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Noun
1. safe; strongbox; cashbox; vault; strongroom
2. depository; cash office; treasury; provider of funds
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3. SafeA safe (also called strongbox, coffer or kist) is a secur... Read more
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Noun, No-adjective
1. money; cash
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Adverbial noun, Temporal noun
1. Friday
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Noun
1. hammer
  • かれ
  • あやま過って
  • おやゆび親指
  • かなづち金槌
  • ぶつ打ち付けた
  • He accidentally hit his thumb with the hammer.
2. hopeless swimmer; complete beginner at swimming; someone who sinks like a stoneUsually written using kana alone
  • かれ
  • およ泳ぐ
  • ことができない
  • かな金づち
  • およ泳ぐ
  • ことができない
  • おな同じ
  • He can no more swim than a hammer can.
Other forms
金づち 【かなづち】鉄鎚 【かなづち】カナヅチ
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Noun
1. gold coin
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2. Gold coinA gold coin is a coin made mostly or entirely of gold. Go... Read more
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Noun, No-adjective
1. golden (colour, color)
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2. Gold (color)Gold, also called golden, is one of a variety of orange-y... Read more
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金色 【こんじき】
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Noun
1. financial institutions; banking facilities
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2. Financial institutionIn financial economics, a financial institution is an ins... Read more
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Noun
1. wire netting; wire mesh; wire screen; chain-link mesh
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2. Chain-link fencingA chain-link fence (also referred to as wire netting, wir... Read more
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Noun
1. canary (esp. the island canary, Serinus canaria)Usually written using kana alone, From Portuguese
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2. Atlantic CanaryThe Atlantic Canary (Serinus canaria), also called the Is... Read more
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カナリアカナリヤカナリー
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Noun, No-adjective
1. blond hair
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2. BlondBlond or blonde or fair-hair is a hair color characterize... Read more
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キンパツ
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Kanji — 1 found

0.15412017011377271
8 strokes. JLPT N5. Jōyō kanji, taught in grade 1.
gold
Kun: かね かな- -がね
On: キン コン ゴン
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Sentences — 2798 found

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    • しかし
    • その
    • かしきんこ貸金庫
    • あずけ預けている
    • もの
    • ねら狙った
    • おとこ
    • たち
    • 、ハナ
    • ゆうかい誘拐
    • されて
    • しまう
    • その
    • ゆうかいはん誘拐犯
    • たち
    • じつ実は
    • けいじ刑事
    • だった
    However men, seeking the contents of that safe, kidnap Hana. And those men were really detectives. Tatoeba
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