Jisho

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Words — 13 found

Noun, No-adjective
1. old person; elderly person; senior citizen
  • めがみ目が見えない
  • かんごふ看護婦
  • としよ年寄り
  • せわ世話をする
  • こと
  • いっしん一身
  • ささ捧げた
  • The blind nurse devoted herself to caring for the elderly.
Noun
2. trustee of the Japan Sumo Association; retired high-ranking wrestler who is licensed to coach and receives retirement paySumo term
3. senior statesman (of the Tokugawa shogunate)
4. important local official (under the Tokugawa Shogunate)
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5. ToshiyoriA toshiyori (年寄) is a sumo elder of the Japan Sumo Associ... Read more
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年寄 【としより】年より 【としより】
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Noun, No-adjective
1. nearest; neighbouring; neighboring; nearby
Place
2. Moyori
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最寄 【もより】
Notes
最寄: Irregular okurigana usage.
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Noun
1. refined taste; elegant pursuitsSee also 好き すき
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数奇 【すき】
Notes
数寄: Ateji (phonetic) reading. 数奇: Ateji (phonetic) reading.
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Noun
1. young person acting like an old person
2. officials who helped the council of elders during the Edo periodSee also 老中
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3. WakadoshiyoriThe Wakadoshiyori, or "Junior Elders", were high governme... Read more
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若年寄り 【わかどしより】
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Noun, Suru verb
1. aggregation of names, addresses, etc.
2. collation of accounts held by the same person (by financial institutions)
Place
3. Nayose
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名寄 【なよせ】
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Noun
1. special coaching stock awarded to retired grand championSumo term
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一代年寄り 【いちだいとしより】
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Noun
1. Itayose method; method of trading employed on Japanese exchangesoften 板寄せ方式
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板寄 【いたよせ】
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Noun
1. carriage porch; entranceway; porte cochere
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車寄 【くるまよせ】
Notes
車寄: Irregular okurigana usage.
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Noun
1. west wind in the early spring (traditionally on the night of the 20th day of the second month of the lunar calendar); wind that blows seashells ashore
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貝寄 【かいよせ】貝寄風 【かいよせ】
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Noun
1. temporary coaching status for a retired wrestlerSumo term
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準年寄 【じゅんとしより】
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Noun, Suru verb
1. spiritualism; spiritism; channeling; summoning a spirit and giving him voice (esp. when done by a female shaman)
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2. medium; channelerSee also 巫女 みこ
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口寄 【くちよせ】
Notes
口寄: Irregular okurigana usage.
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Noun
1. town elder (Edo period); town leader; alderman
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Noun
1. calling many harlots and entertainers and have a big party
2. starting an important maneuver at the end of a game of go
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Kanji — 1 found

4.892588419177784
11 strokes. JLPT N3. Jōyō kanji, taught in grade 5.
draw near, stop in, bring near, gather, collect, send, forward
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Names — 168 found

たかより 【寄】
Family or surname
1. Takayori
はまより 【寄】
Family or surname
1. Hamayori
やどりき 【寄】
Place
1. Yadoriki
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