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Words — 26 found

ぜんこくうらうら 全国津々浦々
Noun
1. all over the country
Other forms
全国津津浦浦 【ぜんこくつつうらうら】
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Adverb (fukushi), Noun
1. all over the country; throughout the land; every nook and cranny of the land; far and wide; (in) every port and harborYojijukugo (four character compound)
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津々浦々 【つづうらうら】津津浦浦 【つつうらうら】津津浦浦 【つづうらうら】
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Noun
1. Urashima Tarō; (a) Rip van Winkle; fairy-tale fisherman who, after visiting the underwater Palace of the Dragon King, returns centuries laterSee also 竜宮, See also 玉手箱, See also 乙姫, See also 浦島太郎状態
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2. Urashima Tarou
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3. Urashima TarōUrashima Tarō is a Japanese legend about a fisherman who ... Read more
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Noun
1. Arisaema urashima (species of cobra lily)Usually written using kana alone
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2. Arisaema thunbergii subsp. urashimaArisaema thunbergii subsp. urashima is a herbaceous peren... Read more
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ウラシマソウ
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Noun
1. Rip van Winkle effect (for a woman); feeling that everything has changed once one comes back to Japan (for a woman)
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だんのうらのたたか
Expressions (phrases, clauses, etc.), Noun
1. Battle of Dan-no-ura (final battle of the Genpei War; 1185)Historical term
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壇ノ浦の戦 【だんのうらのたたかい】
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Noun
1. long stretch of winding beachYojijukugo (four character compound)
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だんのうらのかっせん 壇ノ浦の合戦
Noun
1. Battle of Dan-no-ura (final battle of the Genpei War; 1185)Historical term, See also 壇ノ浦の戦い だんのうらのたたかい
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Noun
1. sea aster (Aster tripolium)Usually written using kana alone
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ウラギク
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Noun
1. coastal indentationsArchaism
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浦回 【うらわ】浦廻 【うらみ】浦廻 【うらわ】浦曲 【うらみ】浦曲 【うらわ】浦曲 【うらま】
Notes
うらま: Out-dated or obsolete kana usage.
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Expressions (phrases, clauses, etc.), Noun
1. Disturbance of the Three Ports (riots in Korea in 1510); Sampo WaeranHistorical term
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三浦の乱 【サムポのらん】
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うらしまろうじょうたい 浦島太郎状態
Noun
1. Rip van Winkle feeling; feeling that everything has changed once one comes back to one's hometown
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Kanji — 1 found

5.68209080004362
10 strokes. JLPT N1. Jōyō kanji, taught in junior high.
bay, creek, inlet, gulf, beach, seacoast
Kun: うら
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