|四夷||しい||the surrounding barbarians (from Chinese)|
|四有||しう||(in Buddhism) the four stages of existence: birth, life, death, and limbo|
|四気||しき||weather of the four seasons (warmth of spring, heat of summer, cool of autumn, and cold of winter)|
|四苦||しく||the four kinds of suffering (birth, old age, disease, death)|
|四股||しこ||sumo wrestler ceremonial leg raising and stomping|
|四胡||しこ||sihu (4-stringed Chinese musical instrument played with a bow)|
|四時||しじ||the four seasons|
|四手||しで||1: zigzag-shaped paper streamer often used to adorn Shinto-related objects;
2: hornbeam (deciduous tree in the birch family)
|四土||しど||four realms (in Tendai Buddhism or Yogacara)|
|四日||よっか||1: fourth day of month;
2: four days
|四海||しかい||the whole world; the seven seas|
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