Words — 224 found
2. VolcanoA volcano is an opening, or rupture, in a planet's surfac... Read more
1. to decorate; to ornament; to adorn
- We decorated the room ourselves.
2. to display; to exhibit; to put on show; to arrange
- かざ 。
- His pictures were hung on the wall.
3. to mark (e.g. the day with a victory); to adorn (e.g. the front page); to grace (e.g. the cover)
4. to affect (a manner); to keep up (appearances); to embellish; to dress up; to be showy; to be pretentious
餝る 【かざる】、錺る 【かざる】、荘る 【かざる】
餝る: Out-dated kanji or kanji usage. 錺る: Out-dated kanji or kanji usage. 荘る: Out-dated kanji or kanji usage.
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1. windmill; wind turbine
- I had never seen a windmill until I visited the Netherlands.
2. pinwheel (toy); windmill (toy)Only applies to かざぐるま
3. Clematis patens (species of climbing plant)Usually written using kana alone, Only applies to かざぐるま, Only applies to カザグルマ
4. WindmillA windmill is a machine which converts the energy of wind... Read more
2. communication (within an organisation); openness
風通し 【かざとおし】、風とおし 【かぜとおし】、風とおし 【かざとおし】
1. household belongings; household goods
2. family fortune; family assets
1. wind direction
2. situation; way things are going
3. mood; temper
1. remedy for a cold; cold medicine
かぜ薬 【かぜぐすり】、風薬 【かぜぐすり】、風邪薬 【かざぐすり】、風薬 【かざぐすり】
1. affectation; showiness; pretenceSee also 飾り気のない
1. chain of volcanic islands
2. Volcano Islands (Japan)
3. Kazan Archipelago
4. Volcano IslandsNot to be confused with volcanic island. Kita Iwo Jima Ki... Read more
1. to hold up over one's head; to hold aloftUsually written using kana alone
- On top of the statue, Sadako is holding a golden crane over her head.
2. to hold over something; to hold (one's hands) out (e.g. towards a fire); to cover something with somethingUsually written using kana alone
3. to hold up to shade one's eyes, face, etc.Usually written using kana alone
- The mayor screened his eyes with his hand.
1. to decorate gaudily; to overdecorate; to deck out; to embellish
1. volcanic ash
2. Volcanic ashVolcanic ash consists of fragments of pulverized rock, mi... Read more