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Words — 337 found

Noun
1. state-supported provincial temple (Nara period)
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2. Provincial templewere Buddhist temples established in each of the province... Read more
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Noun
1. one's family temple; temple with one's family grave
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2. BodaijiA bodaiji, in Japanese Buddhism is a temple which, genera... Read more
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1. Buddhist temple within a Shinto shrine; temple attached to a shrine
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2. Jingū-jiUntil the Meiji period (1868–1912), the Japanese jingū-ji... Read more
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なんしちだい 南都七大寺
Noun
1. the seven great temples of Nara (Daian-ji, Gango-ji, Horyu-ji, Kofuku-ji, Saidai-ji, Todai-ji, Yakushi-ji)
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2. Nanto Shichi DaijiNanto Shichi Daiji (南都七大寺), literally "the seven great te... Read more
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Noun, Suru verb
1. entering a temple; visiting a temple
2. joining a temple as a priest or head priestObscure term
Place
3. Nyuuji
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Noun
1. the large number of temples in KyotoYojijukugo (four character compound)
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1. Buddhist priest; temple with a resident priest
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Noun
1. one of the six administrators of a Zen temple (in charge of accounting)See also 六知事
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副司 【ふうす】
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Noun, Suru verb
1. ruined temple; abandoned temple; temple ruins
2. closing a temple
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Noun
1. the seven great temples of Nara (Daian-ji, Gango-ji, Horyu-ji, Kofuku-ji, Saidai-ji, Todai-ji, Yakushi-ji)See also 南都七大寺
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Noun
1. (historic) a temple in which women seeking release from marriage could take refuge
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Noun
1. dilapidated temple; temple ruins; abandoned temple
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Noun
1. state-sponsored temples, particularly those favored and protected by the shogunate during the Kamakura period
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Kanji — 1 found

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6 strokes. JLPT N2. Jōyō kanji, taught in grade 2.
Buddhist temple
Kun: てら
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Names — 3645 found

てら 【寺】
Family or surname
1. Tera
てらさき 【寺】
Family or surname
1. Terasaki
てらざき 【寺】
Family or surname
1. Terazaki
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