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Words — 27 found

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1. Kujō Tanemichi, adopted son of regent Hisatsune, was a kugyō or Japanes... Read more
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1. Kujō Tadamoto, son of regent Tsunenori, was a kugyō or Japanese court ... Read more
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1. Kujō Naozane, son of regent Sukezane and adopted son of his nephew Ta... Read more
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1. Kujō Mitsuie, son of regent Tsunenori and adopted son of Kujō Tadamot... Read more
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1. Kujō Tadanori, son of regent Tadaie, was a kugyō or Japanese court nob... Read more
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1. Kujō Yukiie, son of regent Kanetaka, was a kugyō or Japanese court n... Read more
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1. Kujō Tsunenori, son of regent Michinori, was a kugyō or Japanese court ... Read more
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1. Fujiwara no NinshiFujiwara no Nishi (1173–1239) was an Empress consort of J... Read more
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1. Kujō Tadaie, son of regent Norizane, was a kugyō or Japanese court n... Read more
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1. Kujo Hisatada, son of Nijō Harutaka, was a kuge or Japanese court nobl... Read more
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1. Kujō Norizane, son of regent Michiie, was a kugyō or Japanese court no... Read more
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1. Kujō Masamoto, son of regent Mitsuie, was a kugyō or Japanese court no... Read more
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1. Kujō Moronori, son of regent Tadanori, was a kugyō or Japanese court n... Read more
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1. Kujō Tanemoto, son of Yukinori, was a kugyō or Japanese court noble of... Read more
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1. Kujō familyThe Kujō family (九条家 Kujō-ke) was a Japanese noble family... Read more
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1. Kujō Yukinori, son of Sukezane and adopted son of his brother Morotaka... Read more
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1. Kujō Kaneharu, son of Takatsukasa Norihira and adopted son of regent M... Read more
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1. Kujō Morotaka, son of regent Sukezane, was a kugyō or Japanese court n... Read more
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1. Kujō Masatada, son of regent Mitsuie, was a kugyō or Japanese court no... Read more
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Kanji — 2 found

0.1599360255897641
2 strokes. JLPT N5. Jōyō kanji, taught in grade 1.
nine
On: キュウ
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2.6389444222311083
7 strokes. JLPT N1. Jōyō kanji, taught in grade 5.
article, clause, counter for articles, clauses, paragraphs, etc., twig, item, stripe, streak
Kun: えだ すじ
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Names — 20 found

きゅうじょう 【九条】
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1. Kyuujou
くじょう 【九条】
Place, Family or surname
1. Kujou
くじょうかねざね 【九条兼実】
Full name
1. Kujou Kanezane (1149-1207)
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2. Fujiwara no Kanezane, also known as Kujō Kanezane, is the founder of the Kujō... Read more
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