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Words — 52 found

Noun
1. paper money; note; bill
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2. BanknoteA banknote (often known as a bill, paper money or simply ... Read more
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Noun, No-adjective
1. money; currency; coinage
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2. MoneyMoney is any object or record that is generally accepted ... Read more
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Noun
1. old evils; long-standing abuses; old-fashioned ways; outdated notions
Na-adjective
2. old-fashioned; outdated; outmoded; antiquated
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旧幣 【きゅうへい】
Notes
旧幣: Irregular kanji usage.
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Noun
1. nummulite
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2. NummuliteA nummulite is a large lenticular fossil, characterized b... Read more
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へいすうりょうせつ 貨幣数量説
Noun
1. quantity theory of money
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2. Quantity theory of moneyIn monetary economics, the quantity theory of money is th... Read more
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1. staff with plaited paper streamersShinto term, Honorific or respectful (sonkeigo), See also
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2. Gohei, onbe or heisoku are wooden wands, decorated with two sh... Read more
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ご幣 【ごへい】御幣 【おんべい】御幣 【おんべ】
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Noun
1. inconvertible paper money; fiat money
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2. Fiat moneyFiat money is money that derives its value from governmen... Read more
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Noun
1. numismatics
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2. NumismaticsNumismatics is the study or collection of currency, inclu... Read more
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Noun
1. baton (of command)
2. order; command; direction
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3. SaihaiA saihai was a baton carried by samurai commanders in feu... Read more
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采幣 【さいはい】
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Noun
1. small purification wandArchaism
2. thinly cut hemp or paper mixed with rice (scattered as an offering to the gods)See also 切麻
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小麻 【こぬさ】
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Noun, Suru verb
1. offering a wand with hemp and paper streamers to a Shinto god
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奉幣 【ほうべい】
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1. thinly cut hemp or paper mixed with rice (scattered as an offering to the gods)Archaism
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切幣 【きりぬさ】
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Kanji — 1 found

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15 strokes. JLPT N1. Jōyō kanji, taught in junior high.
cash, bad habit, humble prefix, gift, Shinto offerings of cloth, rope, cut paper
Kun: ぬさ
On: ヘイ
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