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Words — 52 found

Noun
1. karuta; traditional Japanese playing cardsUsually written using kana alone, From Portuguese “carta”
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2. Carta
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骨牌 【かるた】加留多 【かるた】嘉留太 【かるた】軽板 【かるた】軽多 【かるた】賀留多 【かるた】カルタ
Notes
歌留多: Ateji (phonetic) reading. 加留多: Ateji (phonetic) reading, Rarely-used kanji form. 嘉留太: Ateji (phonetic) reading, Rarely-used kanji form. 軽板: Ateji (phonetic) reading, Out-dated kanji or kanji usage. 軽多: Ateji (phonetic) reading, Out-dated kanji or kanji usage. 賀留多: Ateji (phonetic) reading, Out-dated kanji or kanji usage.
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Noun, Suru verb, Noun which may take the genitive case particle 'no', Transitive verb
1. celebration; congratulations
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Noun
1. New Year's greetings; New Year's call; New Year's gift
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Noun, Suru verb, Intransitive verb
1. congratulatory visit to the Imperial Palace (e.g. at New Year)
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Noun
1. A Happy New Year!written on New Year's cards, etc.
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賀正 【がせい】
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Noun
1. Shiga prefecture (Kinki area)
Place
2. Shiga Prefecture
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3. Shiga PrefectureShiga Prefecture is a prefecture of Japan, which forms pa... Read more
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1. Saga Prefecture
Place
2. Saga Prefecture
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3. Saga PrefectureSaga Prefecture is located in the northwest part of the i... Read more
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Noun
1. god of harvests and wealth (syncretized with Saraswati, and often taking the form of a heavenly woman, a white snake or a fox)
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2. Ugajinis harvest and fertility kami of Japanese Mythology. Ugaj... Read more
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宇賀神 【うかじん】
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Noun
1. longevity celebration (on one's 40th, 50th, 60th, etc. birthday)
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Noun
1. Iga (former province located in the west of present-day Mie Prefecture)
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Noun, Suru verb, Transitive verb
1. respectful congratulations
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Godan verb with su ending, Transitive verb
1. to congratulateSee also 賀する
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Noun, Suru verb, Intransitive verb
1. congratulations
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Kanji — 1 found

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12 strokes. JLPT N1. Jōyō kanji, taught in grade 5.
congratulations, joy
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