Jisho

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Words — 21 found

Prefix
1. bothUsually written using kana alone
2. many; various; allUsually written using kana alone, Only applies to 諸
3. togetherUsually written using kana alone, Only applies to 諸
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両 【もろ】双 【もろ】モロ
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Noun
1. both hands; both arms
  • ひとり1人
  • しょうねん少年
  • りょうて両手
  • ポケット
  • つっこんで
  • ある歩いていた
  • A boy was walking with his hands in his pockets.
2. tenfrom the number of fingers on both hands; used as secret jargon
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Adverb
1. completely; all the way; altogether; bodilyUsually written using kana alone
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Noun
1. all kinds of things; various things; large number of people
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諸諸 【もろもろ】
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Adverbial noun
1. (all) togetherUsually written using kana alone
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No-adjective
1. double-edged
Noun
2. double-edged bladeOnly applies to 両刃
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もろ刃 【もろは】両刃 【もろは】双刃 【もろは】両刃 【りょうば】
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Noun
1. decorating the alcove of a tea room with a hanging scroll and flowers (in more formal tea ceremonies, during only the first and second half respectively)
2. style of decorating a traditional Japanese room (esp. a study) in which incense, a pair of vases and a pair of candlesticks are placed on a table in front of a trio of hanging scrollsorig. meaning
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Noun
1. many people; everyone; all sorts of people
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諸人 【しょにん】諸人 【しょじん】諸人 【もろひと】
Notes
もろひと: Out-dated or obsolete kana usage.
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もろ 諸手
Expression
1. wholeheartedly (approve, agree, etc.); unconditionally; completely
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諸手をあげて 【もろてをあげて】もろ手を挙げて 【もろてをあげて】もろ手をあげて 【もろてをあげて】
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Noun
1. main fermenting mash (in production of sake or soy sauce); unrefined sake or soy sauceUsually written using kana alone
Noun or verb acting prenominally
2. unrefined (sake, soy sauce, etc.); roughUsually written using kana alone
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醪 【もろみ】
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Noun
1. deep double underarm grip which prevents the opponent from grabbing the beltSumo term
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双差し 【もろざし】諸差し 【もろざし】
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諸差し: Irregular kanji usage.
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Noun
1. katana and wakizashiObscure term, See also 両腰
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諸腰 【もろごし】
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1. both bare shoulders; stripped to the waistSee also 片肌
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諸肌 【もろはだ】両肌 【もろはだ】諸膚 【もろはだ】両肌 【りょうはだ】
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はだ 肌脱
Noun
1. stripping to one's waist; being bare from the waist up
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諸肌脱ぎ 【もろはだぬぎ】
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はだ
Expression, Godan verb with gu ending
1. to strip to one's waist
2. to go at with might and mainIdiomatic expression
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諸肌を脱ぐ 【もろはだをぬぐ】
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Noun
1. gudgeon (any fish of genus Gnathopogon or related genera)Usually written using kana alone
2. willow gudgeon (Gnathopogon caerulescens)See also 本諸子
3. longtooth grouper (species of fish, Epinephelus bruneus)See also 九絵
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モロコ
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Noun
1. both handsSee also 両手
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諸手 【もろで】もろ手 【もろて】もろ手 【もろで】双手 【もろて】双手 【もろで】両手 【もろて】両手 【もろで】双手 【そうしゅ】
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Kanji — 1 found

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15 strokes. JLPT N2. Jōyō kanji, taught in grade 6.
various, many, several, together
Kun: もろ
On: ショ
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Names — 251 found

もろ 【諸】
Family or surname
1. Moro
もろあき 【諸明】
Family or surname
1. Moroaki
もろい 【諸井】
Place, Family or surname
1. Moroi
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