Jisho

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Words — 12 found

Noun
1. Lake Biwa
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2. Lake Biwais the largest freshwater lake in Japan, located in Shiga... Read more
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びわ湖 【びわこ】
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1. biwa (Japanese lute)
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2. BiwaThe biwa is a Japanese short-necked fretted lute, often u... Read more
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1. biwa trout (Oncorhynchus masou rhodurus); biwa salmonUsually written using kana alone
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2. Biwa troutThe Biwa trout (Oncorhynchus rhodurus) is an anadromous s... Read more
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ビワマス
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1. Edo-period mouth harp (with a hairpin-like frame and a long straight tongue)
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口琴 【びやぼん】
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おおなまず 琵琶湖大鯰
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1. Lake Biwa catfish (Silurus biwaensis)Usually written using kana alone
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ビワコオオナマズ
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1. biwa (4 or 5-stringed Oriental lute)Archaism, See also 琵琶
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1. Biwa oily gudgeon (Sarcocheilichthys variegatus microoculus)Usually written using kana alone
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ビワヒガイ
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1. Heike biwa; Heike lute; biwa with 4 strings and 5 frets, esp. for accompanying the Heike MonogatariSee also 琵琶
2. chanting of the Heike Monogatari to biwa accompanimentSee also 平曲 へいきょく
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Noun
1. lute priest; biwa-playing minstrel; travelling pre-Meiji musical performer (usu. blind and dressed like a Buddhist monk)
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2. Biwa hōshiBiwa hōshi, also known as "lute priests" were travelling ... Read more
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1. large 4-stringed biwa used in gagakuSee also 琵琶, See also 雅楽
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Kanji — 1 found

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12 strokes. Jinmeiyō kanji.
lute
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