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Words — 21 found

Godan verb with u ending, Transitive verb, intransitive verb
1. to sing
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  • うた歌いました
  • What did John sing on the stage?
Godan verb with u ending, Transitive verb
2. to sing (one's praises in a poem, etc.); to compose a poem; to recite a poemesp. 歌う, 詠う
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唄う 【うたう】謡う 【うたう】詠う 【うたう】唱う 【うたう】
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1. children's song; nursery rhyme
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2. Nursery rhymeThe term nursery rhyme is used for "traditional" poems fo... Read more
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1. folk song; popular song
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2. Min'yōis a genre of traditional Japanese music. The term is a t... Read more
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1. kayōkyoku; form of Japanese popular music that developed during the Showa era
2. (Western) pop songearly Showa era term
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3. Kayōkyokuis a Japanese pop music genre, which became a base of mod... Read more
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1. noh song
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2. Yōkyoku, also called utai, is an integral part of the traditiona... Read more
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1. noh chanting; recitation
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謡い 【うたい】
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謡い: Irregular okurigana usage.
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1. stage left (on a noh stage), in front of the chorusObscure term, See also 地謡前
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1. bare noh chanting; vocal-only noh theater performance, with no dancing or instruments; unaccompanied utaiSee also 謡 うたい
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1. singer; vocalist
2. nagauta singer (in kabuki)See also 長唄
3. singer of noh chantsSee also
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歌唄い 【うたうたい】歌歌い 【うたうたい】歌謡い 【うたうたい】
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1. ballad; folk song; popular song
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里謡 【りよう】
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1. utai (noh chant) piece for recitationSee also 歌物
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謡い物 【うたいもの】歌い物 【うたいもの】
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1. folk scale (anhemitonic pentatonic scale: mi, so, la, ti, re)
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1. stage left (on a noh stage), in front of the chorusSee also 地謡座
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1. noh chorus seating area; side stage (noh)See also 地謡
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1. nursery rhyme murder (e.g. in murder mystery fiction)See also 見立て殺人
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Kanji — 1 found

9.189051652066446
16 strokes. JLPT N1. Jōyō kanji, taught in junior high.
song, sing, ballad, noh chanting
On: ヨウ
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