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Words — 23 found

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1. Ryota TakedaRyota Takeda is a Japanese politician serving in the Hous... Read more
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1. Nana TakedaNana Takeda in Tokyo, Japan) is a Japanese figure skater.... Read more
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1. Takeda NobukadoTakeda Nobukado was a samurai commander of the late Sengo... Read more
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1. Jiro TakedaJiro Takeda (born September 18, 1972) is a former Japanes... Read more
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1. Takeda SōkakuTakeda Sōkaku was known as the founder of a school of juj... Read more
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1. Takeda KatsuyoriTakeda Katsuyori was a Japanese daimyo of the Sengoku Per... Read more
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武田英二郎
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1. Eijiro TakedaEijiro Takeda (born July 11, 1988) is a Japanese football... Read more
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1. Nobuhiro Takeda (born 1965)Nobuhiro Takeda (born 22 March 1965) is a former Japanese... Read more
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1. Battle of TemmokuzanThe 1582 Battle of Temmokuzan in Japan, also known as the... Read more
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武田信玄 ()
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1. Takeda (video game)Takeda is a Personal computer game based on the life of T... Read more
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1. Takeda clanThe Takeda clan was a Japanese clan active from the late ... Read more
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武田斐三郎
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1. Takeda Ayasaburō, was a Japanese Rangaku scholar, and the architect of th... Read more
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1. Takeda NobutoraTakeda Nobutora was a Japanese daimyo (feudal lord) who c... Read more
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1. Takeda YoshinobuTakeda Yoshinobu was a Japanese daimyo of the Sengoku per... Read more
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1. Takeda NobuhiroTakeda Nobuhiro (武田 信広), also known as Kakizaki Nobuhiro ... Read more
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1. Hiroyuki TakedaHiroyuki Takeda is a Japanese football player. He current... Read more
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武田二十四将
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1. Twenty-Four Generals of Takeda ShingenThe Twenty-Four Generals (武田二十四将, Takeda Nijūshi-shō) wer... Read more
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1. Takeda NobuyoshiTakeda Nobuyoshi was a Japanese daimyo of the early Edo p... Read more
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1. Takeda Nobushigewas a samurai of Japan's Sengoku period, and younger brot... Read more
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1. Rina Takedais a Japanese actress and black belt in Ryukyu Shorin-ryu... Read more
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Kanji — 2 found

2.8134200865108507
8 strokes. JLPT N2. Jōyō kanji, taught in grade 5.
warrior, military, chivalry, arms
Kun: たけ たけ.し
On:
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5 strokes. JLPT N4. Jōyō kanji, taught in grade 1.
rice field, rice paddy
Kun:
On: デン
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Sentences — 2 found

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    • こうして
    • 武田
    • ひめい悲鳴
    • とお通りすがりの
    • ふね
    • 気付いて
    • もらえ
    • ことなきをえ事なきをえました
    In this way a passing boat noticed them, thanks to Takeda's scream, and they survived without incident. Tatoeba
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Names — 91 found

たけた 【武田】
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1. Taketa
たけだ 【武田】
Place, Family or surname
1. Takeda
たけど 【武田】
Family or surname
1. Takedo
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