Jisho

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Words — 23 found

Noun
1. life and death
  • その
  • たたか戦い
  • せいし生死
  • 賭けた
  • たたか戦い
  • よう
  • であった
  • That fight seemed like a life-or-death struggle.
2. samsara (cycle of death and rebirth)Buddhist term, Only applies to しょうし, Only applies to しょうじ
3. deathOnly applies to しょうし, Only applies to しょうじ
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生死 【しょうし】生死 【しょうじ】
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Noun
1. monument (stela, hokora, etc.) commemorating a living god
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Noun
1. boiled and half-dried bonito
Other forms
生り節 【なまりぶし】生節 【なまりぶし】生節 【なまぶし】
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No-adjective
1. half-deadSee also 半殺し
Expression
2. state of uncertainty; limbo; leaving unfinished with the intention of inflicting suffering; dragging out tortuously
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Noun
1. fresh Western sweets (usu. containing cream or fruit, e.g. sponge cake, pie)See also 生菓子 なまがし, See also 洋生菓子 ようなまがし
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Noun
1. the four inevitables in human life (birth, aging, sickness, and death)Buddhist term, Yojijukugo (four character compound)
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Noun
1. living necessities; everyday commodities; daily commodities; everyday goods; subsistence goods
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Noun
1. birth, illness, old age and deathBuddhist term
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Noun
1. fresh Japanese sweets (usu. containing red bean paste)
2. fresh Western sweets (usu. containing cream or fruit, e.g. sponge cake, pie)
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Noun
1. bare legs; bare feet; stockingless legsSlang, See also 生 なま
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なま足 【なまあし】生脚 【なまあし】
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Kanji — 1 found

0.08432990440187563
5 strokes. JLPT N5. Jōyō kanji, taught in grade 1.
life, genuine, birth
On: セイ ショウ
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Sentences — 38 found

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    • せいめい生命
    • いつ
    • たんじょう誕生
    • した
    • のです
    When did life come into being? Tatoeba
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