Words — 1 found

1. kōshin-machi; staying awake on the eve of the 57th day of the sexagenary cycle to prevent the three worms that were said to inhabit the human gut from reporting one's wrongdoings to the gods; a tradition that began among nobility in the Heian period and became widespread during the Edo periodBuddhism, Historical term, See also 三尸
Other forms
庚申待ち 【こうしんまち】
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Kanji — 3 found

8 strokes. Jinmeiyō kanji.
7th, 7th calendar sign
Kun: かのえ
On: コウ
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5 strokes. JLPT N3. Jōyō kanji, taught in grade 3.
have the honor to, sign of the monkey, 3-5PM, ninth sign of Chinese zodiac
On: シン
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9 strokes. JLPT N4. Jōyō kanji, taught in grade 3.
wait, depend on
Kun: ま.つ -ま.ち
On: タイ
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