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Words — 430 found

Noun
1. festival; feastSee also お祭り
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2. harassment by an Internet pitchfork mob; online shaming; flamingColloquialism
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3. galore (as in "goals galore"); frenzy; maniaColloquialism
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4. Japanese festivalsJapanese festivals are traditional festive occasions. Som... Read more
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祭 【まつり】
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1. Hinamatsuri (March 3); Girls' Festival; Dolls' Festival
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2. HinamatsuriThe Japanese Doll Festival, or Girls' Day, is held on Mar... Read more
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雛祭り 【ひなまつり】ひな祭 【ひなまつり】雛祭 【ひなまつり】
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Noun, Noun which may take the genitive case particle 'no'
1. priest; minister; pastor
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2. PriestA priest is a person authorized to perform the sacred rit... Read more
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1. Easter
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2. EasterEaster Easter PaschaDepiction of the resurrection of Jesu... Read more
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1. a day after the fair; (at a) stage when it's too lateIdiomatic expression
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後の祭 【あとのまつり】
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1. Thanksgiving (US, Canada)
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2. ThanksgivingThanksgiving Day Thanksgiving DaySaying grace before carv... Read more
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1. film festival
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2. Film festivalA film festival is an organised, extended presentation of... Read more
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1. school festival; cultural festival; annual open day school event showcasing student talent
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2. Japanese Cultural FestivalThe Japanese Cultural Festival is an annual event held by... Read more
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1. music festival
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2. Music festivalA music festival is a festival oriented towards music tha... Read more
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1. (school) athletic festival; sports day; field daySee also 運動会
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1. snow festival
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雪祭り 【ゆきまつり】雪祭 【ゆきまつり】
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Noun
1. Passover
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過越祭 【すぎこしのまつり】過ぎ越しの祭 【すぎこしのまつり】過越しの祭 【すぎこしのまつり】過越祭 【すぎこしまつり】
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1. festival; feast; carnivalPolite (teineigo) language, See also 祭り
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お祭 【おまつり】御祭り 【おまつり】御祭 【おまつり】
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1. ceremony for purifying a building site (before building commences); ground-breaking ceremonyShinto
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2. GroundbreakingGroundbreaking, also known as cutting, sod-cutting, turni... Read more
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1. important ceremonial occasions in family relationshipsYojijukugo (four character compound), See also 元服, See also 婚礼, See also 祭祀, See also 葬儀
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Kanji — 1 found

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11 strokes. JLPT N2. Jōyō kanji, taught in grade 3.
ritual, offer prayers, celebrate, deify, enshrine, worship
On: サイ
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Names — 23 found

まつり 【祭】
Female given name, Family or surname
1. Matsuri
おまつり 【お祭】
Place
1. Omatsuri
ぎおんまつり 【祇園祭】
Unclassified name
1. Gionmatsuri
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