Jisho

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Words — 10 found

Adverb, Conjunction
1. that is; namely; i.e.Usually written using kana alone
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則ち 【すなわち】乃ち 【すなわち】輒 【すなわち】
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Pronoun
1. I; meMale term or language, rough or arrogant
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己 【おれ】俺 【おらあ】俺 【おり】
Notes
己: Out-dated kanji. おらあ: Out-dated or obsolete kana usage. おり: Out-dated or obsolete kana usage.
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Conjunction
1. from ... to; between ... andUsually written using kana alone
  • きた
  • アメリカ
  • ひと1つ
  • いえ
  • ひと1つ
  • ないし
  • ふた2つ
  • しゃこ車庫
  • ある
  • よくある
  • こと
  • It is quite common in North America for homes to have a one or two-car garage.
Conjunction
2. orUsually written using kana alone
  • バドミントン
  • まともな
  • ぶいん部員
  • きょくたん極端に
  • すく少ない
  • ため
  • ほとんど
  • はいぶ廃部
  • ないし
  • きゅうぶ休部
  • じょうたい状態
  • だった
  • There were so few proper members in the badminton club that it was half-way between dead and 'on break'.
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Noun
1. mummyUsually written using kana alone, From Portuguese “mirra”
Wikipedia definition
2. MummyA mummy is a body, human or animal, whose skin and organs... Read more
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木乃伊 【みいら】
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Noun
1. Chino Shōhō (Japanese religious group founded by Chino Yūko)
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Particle
1. 's; of; belonging toArchaism, See also , indicates possessive; 之 used esp. on tombs
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之 【の】
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Pronoun
1. I; meMale term or language, Archaism, See also 俺様, rough or arrogant
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乃公 【ないこう】乃公 【おれ】迺公 【だいこう】迺公 【ないこう】迺公 【おれ】
Notes
おれ: Gikun (meaning as reading) or jukujikun (special kanji reading). おれ: Gikun (meaning as reading) or jukujikun (special kanji reading).
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たたか
Expression, Godan verb with tsu ending
1. to win every battle (that is fought); to be ever victoriousObscure term
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戦えば乃ち勝つ 【たたかえばすなわちかつ】
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だいこう 乃公出
Expression
1. what will happen to everyone else if I am not the one who goes?expression of confidence from someone going out into the world
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Kanji — 1 found

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2 strokes. JLPT N1. Jinmeiyō kanji.
from, possessive particle, whereupon, accordingly
On: ナイ ダイ アイ
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