Japanese-English and English-Japanese dictionary (2023)

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  • Page 17 and 18: AI_JAKAAi-b6, n. A fellow chairbear
  • Page 19 and 20: _AKIAMArelieve the mind of doubt or
  • Page 21 and 22: ANj ;ANjl-WABi,-r«,-^zvRAi,-au,-at
  • Page 23 and 24: ARI)ASEAri-bito, n. The whole numbe
  • Page 25 and 26: ATAhead to government, poll-tax, or
  • Page 27 and 28: AWA 13AZAunite strength, or to do a
  • Page 29 and 30: BAKBAKASARE,-r«,-/«, pass, of Bak
  • Page 31 and 32: BET17 BOGBetsu-ji, (fioka no koto).
  • Page 33 and 34: BU 19Bu, n. Military. — wo _ aras
  • Page 35 and 36: BUSBusso, n. Commotion, tumult or d
  • Page 37 and 38: CHI23 CHIChika-gatsuye, Hungry, cra
  • Page 39 and 40: CHO 25 CHOcandles,poles, hoes, oars
  • Page 41 and 42: DAI27 DANfortified, able to resist,
  • Page 43 and 44: 29 DENDe-ueso, n. Projecting navel,
  • Page 45 and 46: DoDOiTSU, n. A kind of popular song
  • Page 47 and 48: Do-WASURE, n. Suddenly forgetting,
  • Page 49 and 50: _Fu-GA. Elegant, in good taste, gen
  • Page 51 and 52: FUKon, tread, or step on.FuMAYE,-r
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    i. AFUR 39 FUSFuRi-URi, ft. A peddl

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    FUY 41•wo /uyashite yaru., to inc

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    GEN 43 GIM—j'un, the last decade

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    yGO 45 GOKiva go mottomo de go-zari

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    Goz 47 GUWGo-ZEN, n. The presence o

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    HAD 49 HAGHadzu, n. The notch in an

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    HAKpounds ; as, Haka-ga-yuku^ to do

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    \Hana-kago,Ijivo! collectsHANHANAB.

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    HAOliAOm,-ru,-iia, t. v. To put ove

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    HAS 57 HATfish of the season, first

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    HAY 59HEIHaya-wasa, n. Sleight of h

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    IHEN 6HIBKono karashi na7i no— mo

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    63 HIKHi-FUKI, n. A vessel into whi

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    HIK 65HIKHiKi-HADA, n. A leather sw

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    HIM 67HINHiMA-iRi,-r«,-/f^a, /. V.

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    HIRnaiua, a large park, or garden.

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    HIT71 HIYing to walk. — no kiini^

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    HIZHi-ZASHi, n. Sunlight, the sun's

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    HOKter, the labor, business, or dut

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    The salary or pay of ;HoROKUofficb"

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    I79 IDAMei-i, celebrated doctor. I-

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    lie>i IIPabout ; some fault to find

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    j,n.IJI 83Iljim-VASHi,~s7t,-ia, t.

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    IKU 85 IN AIkura, adv. How much, ho

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    IPP 87IRIPPAN, adv. Whole, universa

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    ISAition, warning, or advice to a s

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    TTOItokenai,-/^z,-,^?

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    .93 JIDJa, «. A large snake ; the

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    :vant,IIJi-NARI,iI'IJIK 95 JINJi-KU

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    JIT 97 JOGfalse, insincere. — 7Hi

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    'JUJ 99 JUSrelics.JuM-PiTSU, n. Mon

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    KABIKachi-mode, n. Visiting the tem

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    I03KAIthe surface of the ocean. Kai

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    na ni —, he speaks through his no

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    KAK 107 KAKKAKi-suvE,-r?/,-^«, t.

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    KAM109 KANKam-base, w. The face, co

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    KANIIKAN;time ; to use a thing for

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    KAR 113 KARtsuku., to twineind clea

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    KAS "5 AThumbly to receive, or prom

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    Katarai, n. Conversation, consultsY

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    KAY19 KEB;;Kayeri-goto (Jienji)^ n.

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    KEI 12 [ KENTabi ivo — suru^ to p

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    ary, unbecoming ; strange, outrage-

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    . anythingKID 125 KIKKiDZU-TSUKi,-^

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    JKIMfnofio^a. marvelous thing. —

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    KIR 129 KISKiRi-MAKURi,-rz

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    Kiu-HAKU, (komari-hate). Distressed

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    KIY 133 KOBlanguage.KiYO-Ri.'-CHi,

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    KOD 135 KOIKoDZURA, n. The face,—

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    KOK 137 KOKKo-Ko, n. Obedience to p

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    KOM139Ko-MOCHI-DZUKI, n. The moon n

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    KOR 141 KOSKoRO-KORO-TO, adv. The s

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    KOT 143 KOYKoTO-KAWARi,-r«,-^^a, i

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    KUC 145 KUDspeaking so as to please

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    KUJ147 KUNKrjiRA, n. A whale.KujiRA

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    KUR 149 KUSKuRi-GOTO, n. Repeating

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    . KuTTAKU,KUT151 KUWloosen, free fr

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    __KUW ^53 MABthing to another, to j

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    MAG 155 MAIMagari-kado, n. The bend

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    MAK 157 MANbean-pod. — 710 ko, be

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    MATMasa-yu.me, n. A true dream, a d

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    jj'I enceMEi6imometcr ; the marks o

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    MEN 163Men, n. A mask.Men, (.kao),

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    MIB 165 MIDMi-DOKORO, n. Something;

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    167 MIMMi-HAKASHI, n. A wide or ext

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    MIO 169 MITMio-jiRUSHi, n. A buoy o

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    jga no hito, one whose life is save

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    MoME, 71. Contention, quarreling, d

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    MOR 175 MOTMoRi-KOROSHr,--f?/,-^a,

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    MUG177 MUKley. Ko-7nugi^ wheat. Mug

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    MURa chamber dug in the ground for

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    NABI;;motion ; to follow, obey or c

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    injury, or disease; a concealed ble

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    NAM 185 NAONam-pu, n. Adverse or ba

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    ki,NAR 187 NEBNaru-take, adv. As mu

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    INendaiki,NEJI59 NER1Neji-kiri, n.

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    •Nichi-yd^191 NIKNi-EUNE, n. A me

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    WithNIP 193 NONippon {hi no moto)^

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    iNOPPERAPO,NOG 195 NORNoGASHi,-j«,

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    or lengthen by sewing. Nui-tsukeru,

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    OBA 199 ODA;O-BA, n. Grandmother.O-

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    ]Oi-ME,OI 20I OKAOi, n. Old age.n,

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    .0-MiDZU,j0-mike,I0-MJSOKA,OKU 203

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    Oftio-KAji, n. The helm to the star

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    jOsA\E,I! OsE,ORI 207 OSH;Ori, «.

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    KOSH 209 OTOpacify, restrain,—as

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    OYAIPUR;Oyake, a. Public, common, n

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    RAN 213 RENRan, n, A fabulous bird,

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    RIN 215 RIYRiN-DEN, 71. The transmi

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    RO 217 RUIble, fatigue, weariness,

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    jISAD219 feAI|SAGURi-DASHi,-j2^,-^a

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    _|![SAK 2ISAK:Sak.'M-me, n. A bound

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    Saku-sha, n. Author, writer of a bo

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    jS.^ruko,Sarari-to, adv. Like the n

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    SAS 227 SATSASHi-siyAi,-ate,-iia, t

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    IIJjjtherust.Sei-fu, «. The place

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    SEK 231 SEMSeki-han, n. A kind of f

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    to engage in battle.Sen-soku, {ashi

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    SHA 235 SHAShagiri, n. A small kind

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    SHI 237 SHIShi-CHIKL', {ito take),

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    SHI 239 SHIShikashi, conj. But, sti

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    ^fants, also called o-shivie.Shimet

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    SHI 243 SHIkoric^ to be left alive,

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    SHI 245 SHIwo hashoru, to tuck up t

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    SHI 247 SHO;Shita-uchi, n. A clicki

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    SHOShoku-jo, n. The Weaver or the s

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    ,andSHU 251Shuku-guwan, «. An old

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    253 SOK;;So-HATSU, n. The hair unsh

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    SOM 255 SORfashion.SoN-Kivo, {77iur

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    SOT 257 SUDSoTO-GAMAYE, 71. The out

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    SUG 259 SUJ

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    jSuMi-VA,IjSuMiVAK.\,26lSUNsuru^ to

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    SUT 263 TABSvTARi, -^u,-fa^ i. V. T

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    _TAD 265TAITadaima, «^t'. Now, jus

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    jI267Tai-wa, n. Talking face to fac

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    TAM269 TANonly of most honorable^ p

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    TAR271 TASTarai, n. A wash-basin, a

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    kam offer up V 2 to theKamTate-mon'

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    TED 275 TEIwith the hand or in the

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    jTEM 277pawnbroker's shop, a pledge

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    wine.Te-senji, n. Boiling one's ric

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    _TOD 281 TOJinert. Todokori nakti,

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    TOK 283 TOMToKORO-GARA, 71. The kin

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    jjTOR 285 TORold. Kiiji 1V0 — , t

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    TOR 287 TOTToRi-YA, «. A shop wher

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    TSU189 TSUTsucHi, n, A hammer, mall

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    _!I!TsuKE-GAMi,I TsuKE-Bi,TSU 291 T

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    TSU 293tlier or knead in the hands

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    TSU 295 TSUTsuKARA, «. An icicle.T

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    TSUTsuYU, n. Dew : fig. for the sma

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    dreary, cheerless. Uki-me ni au^ to

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    I||UMI 301 UNUUmi,-w?/,-«^«, t. V

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    3°3;Uri-^vatasu^ sell and to deliv

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    UTS 305U-TSUKAI, n. A person who fi

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    WAB 307 WAKforgiveness, to pray for

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    WAR 309 WAT,of a seal, correspondin

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    YAD 311 YAKYado-nashi, {mu-shuku).

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    •Yamai-ke,3^3YARYamagatsu, n. A m

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    YATemaciated, or debilitated ; to b

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    YEN 317 YETYen, h. a verandah, porc

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    slow, or to hesitate inspeaking, to

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    YOM 321 YORcompare, to collate. Vom

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    YOS 323 YUBYoso, {hoka no tokoro).

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    YUK 325 YURYO-KEI, n. The evening s

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    YUY 327YuYE, n. Reason, cause, acco

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    ZEM 329 ZOKZemmai, n. A circular sp

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    PART SECOND.ENGLISH AND JAPANESEDIC

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    suru. — ofsel/^ mu-shi, watakushi

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    ACC

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    ADVAdventurous, a. Dai-tan na, kimo

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    ALBI5 ALRAlbicore, n. Maguro.Alliga

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    ANAIANTAnalysis, n. Bunseki, bunri.

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    APP 14 ARRApprobation, n. Yoshi to

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    ASS i6 AUGtsukeru, meidzuru ; kimer

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    IBAG l8 BARku. To send — , kayesu

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    BEA 20— down the Before-hand, adv

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    BIL 2 2 BLIBile, «. Kimo shiru, ta

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    _BOM 24 BOYBomb, n. Haretsu-dama.Bo

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    BRI 26 BUNrete dasu, hakobi-dasu.

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    28 CAPCalculation, n. Sankei, kanjo

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    CAS 30Cast-away, n. Sutari-mono.Cau

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    CHE 32 CHUCheapen, t. v. Negiru, ma

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    jCLE 34— from thejisho wo kai-hot

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    ICompasses,COM— home^ iye ni kaye

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    CON 38 CONConception, n. Harami. ku

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    t'jIi|jjjICON 40 CONConsignor, n. A

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    CON 42— by frying^ ageru. — by

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    CRA 44 CROsugi saseru. (/. 7'.) Aku

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    cus 46 DARCustom, n. Narawashi, hos

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    IDeduction,IDeducible,Ijokonai,! sh

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    DEN 50 DESDenude, t. v. Hadaka ni s

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    DIF 52 DISori.Diligent, a. Hagemu,

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    DIS 54Disengage, t. v. Manukareru,

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    DIV 56 DOZDivinity, n. Shin, kami,

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    DRU 58EASDrunk, a. Sake ni yotta. m

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    ELD 60 EMPElder, n. Toshi-yori, roj

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    ENO 62 EQUEnormous, a. Bakutai naru

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    'Everywhere,_EVE 64ni, tambi, mai-d

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    EXP(i(iEYEExpound, t. v. Toki-akasu

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    FALFallopian-tl'bes, «. Rappan-kuw

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    FER 70Ferrv, t. V. Watasu, wataru.F

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    FLAFLU72Flannel, «, Rase-ita.tsuke

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    FOR 74 FORoshi-hanasu. — into^ os

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    FRIFriction, n. Sure-ai, kishimi.Fr

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    GAY 78 GIVGay, a. Kirei-na, hanayak

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    _GOD 80— of thunder^ rai-jin. Dra

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    82 HADGround-floor, n. Yuka.Guardl\

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    I Head-wind,HARHardness, n. Katasa,

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    HEN 86HOCra, ika, igo, kono nochi,

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    HORHorse-jockey, n. Bakuro.Horse-lo

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    90IMPiIgnorance, n. Shiranu koto, m

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    I;Inaccur.\cy,Improbable, a. Nasaso

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    Indemnify, /. z*. Mado, tsugunau.In

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    INN 96 INSInnate, a. Umare-tsuki, s

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    IINTNTESTATE, «.Intestine, a.Yui-g

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    JOYI DOKINJudge, n. Saiban-nin, tor

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    LAN I( 2 LEALanguor, «. Darui, nam

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    I04LIKshi kakase nasare. — grow,

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    LON io6 LUBbiyo. — tirfie^ hisash

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    MAI io8 MAN,Maimed, a. Katawa, fugu

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    I—•OMEEMaterial, a. Katachi aru

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    MEWI[2 MINMew, i. v. Niya-niya to n

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    MIS 114Mistrust, t. v. Fushin ni om

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    ,hoshiMUL ii6 NAM;Multiplication, n

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    __NESii8Nest, Su. — of boxes ^ ir

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    Nurse, i. v. Mori wo suru, kaiho su

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    ON 122 ORDiye ga yakeru. On the way

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    OUT 124 OVEOutset, n. Hajimete, haj

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    PAL 126 PARPalmer, n. Angiya.Palm-t

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    PAT 128 PENPeach, n. Momo. — tree

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    PER 130 PHOPerpetrate, t. v. Nasu,

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    PIT 132PLEPitch, i. v. Ochiru. —

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    POL134 POSPolity, «.Porcupine. Har

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    PRE 136 PREPreconcert, t. v. Kanete

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    PRO 138 PROPrognosis, «. Yogo.reru

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    PSA 140 PUS«/, koji-ageru. — ope

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    QUA 142 RAIQuarrel, /. v. Kenkuwa s

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    RAV 144 RECRavaged, a. Areru.Rave,

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    RED 146 REIRed ochre, n. Taishaseki

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    REN 148 REQRend, t. 71. Saku, waru,

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    RES 150 RICResult, n. Owari, hate,

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    ,IIRis 15Risiv, /. v. Abunai koto w

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    154S'Sabbath, n. Ansoku-nichi, yasu

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    SCA 156Scavenger, n. Machi no soji

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    _SEE158 SEPSeethe, t. v. Niru.Self-

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    SEW i6o SHIgether, nui-awaseru.one

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    •l62Shroff, /. zi. Kane wo miru,

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    SLA164 s:maSlab, «.Slight, a. Karu

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    'SOF i66 SORSoft, a. Yawaraka na.So

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    SPE i68 SPRSpeculate, i. v. Kangaye

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    STA170 STEStalk, n. Kuki. jiku.Stal

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    STO 172 STRStone, t. v. Ishi de but

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    SUB 174 SUFSublime, a. Eakkun na, m

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    SUP 176'Superior man, n. Kunshi. Su

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    178TTabernacle, «. Tem-maku.Table,

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    IjTenon,TEM 1 80 TEX.Temerity, n. M

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    . Thinking,THI 182 THRfuri-masho. /

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    TIP 184 TORTippet, n. Kubi-maki.Tip

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    _ITrap-door,jTrappings,1Trash,i86tr

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    __TUMTumefy, /. v. Hareru.TUiMiD, a

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    _190 UNDUnbiased, a. Katayoranu, he

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    Unfinished, a. Sumanu, deki-agaranu

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    Unseasoned, a. Nama, narenu, kageng

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    jIVarnisher,VAC 196 VENVAcriTY, n.

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    VICI>8 VOLViCTUALER, n. Makanai-kat

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    _WAL 2 30 WATWalnut, n. Kurumi.Wary

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    I Whetstone,!Whet,IWhether,IjWheref

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    WIN 204 WORWinter, n. Fuyu, to. —

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    2o6Yard, n. Niwa. — of a sail^ ho

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