1. gō; traditional unit of volume, approx. 0.1804 litres
2. gō; traditional unit of area, approx 0.33 metres square
3. one-tenth of the way from the base to the summit of a mountain
4. conjunctionAstronomy, etc. term, See also
  • もちろん
  • じっさい実際に
  • 「はやぶさ」
  • たいよう太陽
  • ちか近づいている
  • わけではなく
  • よう
  • ちきゅう地球
  • から
  • 見て
  • たいよう太陽
  • はんたいがわ反対側
  • いち位置
  • する
  • だけ
  • です
  • このような
  • げんしょう現象
  • ごう
  • 呼びます
  • Of course "Hayabusa" is not actually closing in on the Sun, it is just positioned as in the figure so that, seen from the Earth, it is on the opposite side of the Sun; this is called 'conjunction'.
5. sum; totalSee also 合計
6. synthesis (in dialectics)See also 総合, See also 正反合
7. minor premise (in hetuvidya)
8. counter for covered containers
9. counter for matches, battles, etc.
Wikipedia definition
10. Gō (unit)The gō is a traditional Japanese unit of area and volume. It expresses a tenth of a particular quantity. As a unit expressing area, one gō is equivalent to a tenth of a bu or tsubo. This is approximately equal to 0.3306 m². As a unit expressing volume, one gō is equivalent to a tenth of a shō. This is approximately equal to 0.1809 liters. Although it is no longer used officially, rice and sake are often measured in gō.
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