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Noun
1. white clothes; white robe
Noun
2. white gown (worn by doctors, chemists, etc.)Only applies to はくい
  • かんごふ看護婦
  • はくい白衣
  • 着ている
  • The nurse is dressed in white.
Noun
3. commoner without rank (in ancient China)Only applies to はくい, Only applies to はくえ
Noun
4. laypersonOnly applies to びゃくえ, Only applies to はくえ, Only applies to しろきぬ, Only applies to しろぎぬ, Antonym: 緇衣 しえ
Wikipedia definition
5. White coatA white coat or laboratory coat (often abbreviated to lab coat) is a knee-length overcoat/smock worn by professionals in the medical field or by those involved in laboratory work. The coat protects their street clothes and also serves as a simple uniform. The garment is made from white or light-colored cotton, linen, or cotton polyester blend, allowing it to be washed at high temperature and make it easy to see if it is clean.
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Other forms
白衣 【びゃくえ】白衣 【びゃくい】白衣 【はくえ】白衣 【しろきぬ】白衣 【しろぎぬ】

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