Words — 66 found
1. to go through; to pierce; to penetrate
- つらぬ 。
- The light penetrates the darkness.
2. to run through (e.g. a river through a city); to pass through
- ながれ 。
- A broad river runs through the city.
3. to stick to (opinion, principles, etc.); to carry out; to persist with; to keep (e.g. faith); to maintain (e.g. independence)
- つらぬ 。
- The devout Christian persists in his belief.
1. consistency; coherence; integration
- ちゅう ・
- くだ 。
- Bear in mind that that school is an integrated junior high and high school.
2. one kan (approx. 3.75 kg, 8.3 lb)
3. one piece of sushi
1. passing through (of a tunnel, bullet, etc.); going (right) through; penetrating; piercing
2. being well versed (in)Archaism
1. accomplishment; realization; attainment; fulfillment; achievement
2. penetration; pervasionnon-standard usage
1. bar; bolt (e.g. on door); latchUsually written using kana alone
2. double-arm lockSumo, Usually written using kana alone
3. (rope) cinchingUsually written using kana alone
閂 【かんのき】、貫木 【かんぬき】、貫木 【かんのき】
かんのき: Out-dated or obsolete kana usage. かんのき: Out-dated or obsolete kana usage.
1. to step on (a nail); to run (a nail) through one's foot
2. to put one's foot through (the floor)
踏抜く 【ふみぬく】、踏み貫く 【ふみぬく】
1. rush work; crash program; working on a crash basis; working at top speedYojijukugo (four character compound)
1. to shoot through something (wall, body, etc.); to pierce (e.g. with an arrow or a look)
射ぬく 【いぬく】、射貫く 【いぬく】
1. consistent; unchanging from beginning to endYojijukugo (four character compound)
1. charging (at the enemy) with a shout; rush
2. rushing (an activity); working at full speedSee also 突貫工事
3. penetration; piercing
1. consistently; unchangingly; throughoutYojijukugo (four character compound)
1. to gouge out; to excavate; to hollow; to bore; to drill; to carve (e.g. pumpkin)
くり貫く 【くりぬく】、刳り抜く 【くりぬく】、刳り貫く 【くりぬく】、刳抜く 【くりぬく】、刳貫く 【くりぬく】
刳抜く: Irregular okurigana usage. 刳貫く: Irregular okurigana usage.
1. old Japanese system of weights and measures
2. Japanese units of measurementShakkan-hō is the traditional Japanese system of measurem... Read more
1. combined junior high and high school
2. Secondary schoolSecondary school (the term "high school" is most often as... Read more
1. Eiroku-period swordsmithing school, named for a place in the old Higo province
2. sword of the Dotanuki school, usually thicker and heavier than regular Japanese swords
3. in fiction, a heavier variant of Japanese sword
4. DōtanukiDōtanuki (同田貫) is a name of a Japanese school of sword sm... Read more