Jisho

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Words — 73 found

Noun
1. miso; fermented condiment usu. made from soybeansFood term
2. innards (from crabs, shrimps, etc.) resembling miso
3. key (main) point; good part (of something)See also 手前味噌 てまえみそ
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  • でんしじしょ電子辞書
  • けいたい携帯
  • しやすい
  • ところ
  • みそ味噌
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  • The good thing about this electronic dictionary is that it's easy to carry.
4. weakling; weak personDerogatory, See also 泣き味噌 なきみそ, See also 弱味噌 よわみそ
Expression
5. tryUsually written using kana alone, Slang, Jocular, humorous term, See also 見る, imperative; after the -te form of a verb; pun on 見ろ
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6. Misois a traditional Japanese seasoning produced by fermentin... Read more
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Noun
1. miso soup
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2. Miso soupMiso soup is a traditional Japanese soup consisting of a ... Read more
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みそ汁 【みそしる】
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Noun
1. miso, fried soybeans and vegetables seasoned with sake and sugar
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2. TekkaTekka is the name for a certain miso-condiment that consi... Read more
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味噌
Noun
1. combined miso (e.g. white and red)
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合わせみそ 【あわせみそ】合せ味噌 【あわせみそ】合せみそ 【あわせみそ】
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Noun
1. barley misoSee also 味噌
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田舎みそ 【いなかみそ】いなか味噌 【いなかみそ】
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Noun
1. self-flattery; sing one's own praisesYojijukugo (four character compound)
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Noun
1. salted rice-bran paste for picklingFood term, Usually written using kana alone, See also 糠味噌漬け
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ぬか味噌 【ぬかみそ】
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Na-adjective, Noun
1. harsh; severe (e.g. criticism, verbal attack)See also 味噌糞
Noun
2. sweeping denunciationUsually written using kana alone
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クソ味噌 【クソみそ】糞ミソ 【くそミソ】クソミソ
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Noun
1. rice miso; miso fermented with malted riceSee also 味噌
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米みそ 【こめみそ】
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Noun
1. brown meat (crab); miso-like paste found inside a crab's (and arthropods in general) intestinal areaUsually written using kana alone
2. miso mixed with crab innards or scraps
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蟹みそ 【かにみそ】カニミソ
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Kanji — 1 found

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14 strokes. Jinmeiyō kanji.
boisterous
On: ソウ ショウ
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