5 Replies ・ Started by BisSenshi at 2019-03-16 07:43:56 UTC ・ Last reply by MarcusR at 2019-05-05 19:04:19 UTC This is a discussion about チャズブル I've found the meaning of the word The chasuble is what the priest wears as he celebrates the mass. https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/chasuble https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chasuble Could somoene add it in the description? Leebo at 2019-03-18 04:35:31 UTC Wouldn't that be something for an English dictionary? If the word properly matches up with the Japanese word, I don't see a need for further explanation. Usually when there's an explanatory definition, it's because it's some Japanese cultural concept that can't be expressed with a single English word. jakobd2 at 2019-03-19 13:01:01 UTC This is a dictionary, not an encyclopedia. If you don't know what a words means in English, that's on you. BisSenshi at 2019-03-19 14:26:05 UTC I know what the word means. I've put this link because it is written "obscure term". I though the link could be use to make a small definition so that people confirms that the meaning is the same in English and Japanese. Elrad at 2019-03-22 12:52:45 UTC by the way : "chasuble" is also a word in French...for what it can help you. MarcusR at 2019-05-05 19:04:19 UTC BisSenshi, thanks for the heads-up. From the JMdict policy: "where the English meaning is an obscure technical term, add a short explanation in lay terms after it in parentheses. " I've made a small amendment to the チャズブル entry. Log in to reply.