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Words — 24 found

Noun
1. bride
  • どんな
  • おとこ
  • にも
  • それ
  • そうとう相当の
  • よめ
  • きて
  • ある
  • もの
  • Every Jack must have his Jill.
Noun
2. (one's) daughter-in-law
  • ここんとうざい古今東西
  • よめ
  • しゅうとめ
  • なか
  • 上手くいかぬ
  • れい
  • おお多い
  • 見える
  • In all times and places many examples of poor relations between wives and mothers-in-law can be seen.
Noun
3. wifeKansai dialect
Other forms
娵 【よめ】婦 【よめ】媳 【よめ】
Notes
娵: Rarely-used kanji form. 婦: Rarely-used kanji form. 媳: Rarely-used kanji form.
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Noun, Suru verb, Intransitive verb
1. marriage; wedding
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嫁入 【よめいり】娵入り 【よめいり】
Notes
嫁入: Irregular okurigana usage.
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Noun
1. Cellana toreuma (species of limpet)Usually written using kana alone, Colloquialism, See also 嫁が笠貝
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2. Cellana toreumaCellana toreuma is a species of predatory sea snail, a ma... Read more
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嫁笠 【よめがかさ】ヨメガカサ
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Noun
1. Aster yomena (Asiatic species of aster)Usually written using kana alone
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2. KalimerisKalimeris (or the Kalimeris Asters) is a small genus with... Read more
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ヨメナ
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Noun
1. traditional Koshōgatsu ceremony where the newly-wed wife is hit on the rump with a sacred wooden pole to ensure her fertilityHistorical term, See also 小正月, See also 祝い棒
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嫁祝 【よめいわい】
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Noun, Noun which may take the genitive case particle 'no'
1. daughter-in-law and mother-in-law (relationship, conflict, etc.)
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よめしり
Expressions (phrases, clauses, etc.), Noun
1. traditional Koshōgatsu ceremony where the newly-wed wife is hit with a sacred wooden pole on the rump to ensure her fertilityHistorical term, See also 小正月, See also 祝い棒
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嫁の尻叩き 【よめのしりたたき】
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Expressions (phrases, clauses, etc.), Noun
1. choosing a wife
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Noun
1. Cellana toreuma (species of limpet)Usually written using kana alone, See also 嫁が笠
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嫁笠貝 【よめがかさがい】ヨメガカサガイ
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Noun
1. conflict between a bride and her mother-in-law; bride and mother-in-law warJocular, humorous term
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Noun
1. marriage in which the bride is taken into the groom's family; virilocal marriage
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Noun
1. traditional Koshōgatsu ceremony where the newly-wed wife is hit on the rump with a sacred wooden pole to ensure her fertilityHistorical term, See also 小正月, See also 祝い棒
Other forms
嫁叩き 【よめたたき】
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Noun
1. mouseArchaism, euph. used during the first three days of the year
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Noun
1. bride
Noun
2. one's daughter-in-law
Other forms
嫁ご 【よめご】
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Noun
1. nuptial procession
Other forms
嫁入り道中 【よめいりどうちゅう】
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Kanji — 1 found

9.194867507542437
13 strokes. JLPT N1. Jōyō kanji, taught in junior high.
marry into, bride
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Sentences — 5 found

  • 174602
    • ここんとうざい古今東西
    • よめ
    • しゅうとめ
    • なか
    • 上手くいかぬ
    • れい
    • おお多い
    • 見える
    In all times and places many examples of poor relations between wives and mothers-in-law can be seen. Tatoeba
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Names — 19 found

よめいし 【嫁石】
Place
1. Yomeishi
よめがくぼ 【嫁ヶ久保】
Place
1. Yomegakubo
よめがしま 【嫁ケ島】
Unclassified name
1. Yomegashima
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