Jisho

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Words — 21 found

Noun
1. public holidayAbbreviation, See also 祝日
Noun - used as a prefix
2. celebration
Place
3. Iwaishi
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Noun, No-adjective
1. national holiday; public holiday
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2. HolidayA Holiday is a day designated as having special significa... Read more
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Noun, Suru verb, No-adjective
1. blessing
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Noun
1. ritual prayer; invocation of the gods participating in a riteShinto term
  • なんて
  • 言ってる
  • ?」「
  • のりと祝詞
  • 知らない
  • ?」「
  • のりと祝詞
  • ?」「
  • しんとう神道
  • じゅもん呪文
  • ような
  • もん
  • 。」
  • "What is she saying?" "You don't even know 'norito'?" "Norito?" "It's something like a Shinto spell."
2. congratulatory addressOnly applies to しゅくし, See also 祝辞 しゅくじ
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祝詞 【しゅくし】祝詞 【のっと】祝詞 【のと】
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Noun
1. toast; congratulatory cup
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祝盃 【しゅくはい】
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Noun, Suru verb, No-adjective
1. celebration; congratulations
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Suru verb - special class
1. to congratulate; to celebrate
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Noun
1. benediction; blessing
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2. BenedictionA benediction is a short invocation for divine help, bles... Read more
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祝とう 【しゅくとう】
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Noun
1. ancient Chinese god of fire (or spring)
2. (disastrous) fire
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3. Zhu Rong (god)Zhu Rong is the Chinese god of fire and ruler of the sout... Read more
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Noun, Suru verb
1. consecration (of a person or thing, in Catholicism); sanctification; prayer of sanctification; ritual of consecration
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Godan verb with su ending, Transitive verb
1. to congratulate; to celebrateSee also 祝する
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Kanji — 1 found

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9 strokes. JLPT N2. Jōyō kanji, taught in grade 4.
celebrate, congratulate
Kun: いわ.う
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Sentences — 1 found

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    • わたし私の
    • 結婚祝
    • なに
    • くれる
    What will you give me at my wedding? Tatoeba
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Names — 22 found

しゅく 【祝】
Female given name, Family or surname
1. Shuku
しゅく 【祝空】
Female given name
1. Shuku
しゅくえ 【祝枝】
Female given name
1. Shukue
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