Words — 6 found

1. noh chanting; recitation
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謡い 【うたい】
謡い: Irregular okurigana usage.
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Godan verb with 'u' ending, Transitive verb, Intransitive verb
1. to sing
  • ステージ
  • なに
  • うた歌いました
What did John sing on the stage?
Godan verb with 'u' ending, Transitive verb
2. to sing of (love, beauty, etc.) in a poem; to express in the form of a poem; to recite (a poem)esp. 歌う, 詠う
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唄う 【うたう】詠う 【うたう】謡う 【うたう】唱う 【うたう】
謡う: Rarely-used kanji form. 唱う: Rarely-used kanji form.
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もん 文句
1. catchphrase; promotional line; slogan
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謳い文句 【うたいもんく】歌い文句 【うたいもんく】
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1. noh song
Wikipedia definition
2. Yōkyoku, also called utai, is an integral part of the traditiona... Read more
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1. utai (noh chant) piece for recitationSee also 歌物
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謡い物 【うたいもの】歌い物 【うたいもの】
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Expressions (phrases, clauses, etc.), Godan verb with 'u' ending
1. to recite an utai (noh chant)
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Kanji — 1 found

16 strokes. JLPT N1. Jōyō kanji, taught in junior high.
song, sing, ballad, noh chanting
On: ヨウ
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Sentences — 3 found

  • jreibun/8294/1
    • ごじ5時
    • になると、子どもたちに帰宅を
    • うなが促す
    • どうよう童謡
    • のメロディがスピーカーを
    • とお通して
    • まちじゅう町中
    • ひびきわた響き渡る
    At five o’clock the melody of a nursery song urging children to return home echoes through the speakers throughout the town. Jreibun
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Names — 14 found

うたい 【謡】
Female given name
1. Utai
よう 【謡】
Female given name
1. You
うたの 【謡乃】
Female given name
1. Utano
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