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, 岡, 壟, 陸符, おか
Only 丘, Only 岡, Only 壟
1. hill, height, knoll, rising ground
Only 陸符, Mahjong term, Usually in kana
2. bonus points awarded to the winner at the end of a game
その丘は見晴らしがよい。
, , 高処, つかさ
Archaism
mound, hill
, きゅうりょう
hill
飛行機から見ると、小さな丘陵は平地のように見える。
, 沙, さきゅう, しゃきゅう
sand dune, sand hill
, えんきゅう
knoll, hummock
, きゅうじょう
hilltop
, びく
bhikkhu (fully ordained Buddhist monk)
, ちきゅう
See 陰阜, Anatomical term
mons pubis, mons veneris
, りょうきゅう
See 丘陵, Obscure term
hill
, しょうきゅう
hillock, small hill, knoll, hummock
, ひょうきゅう
ice hummock
, ていきゅうりょう
low hills
砕屑, さいせつきゅう
pyroclastic cone
火砕, かさいきゅう
pyroclastic cone
葦鴨, おかよしがも, オカヨシガモ
Usually in kana
gadwall (Anas strepera)
, ひょうきゅうみゃく
pressure ridge (in ice)
, ふんきゅう
tumulus, grave mound
陵地帯, きゅうりょうちたい
hill country, hilly area
河岸段, かがんだんきゅう
river terrace
海岸段, かいがんだんきゅう
coastal terrace
尼ん, びくにん
See 比丘尼・1, Archaism
bhikkhuni (fully ordained Buddhist nun)
歯目, たきゅうしもく
Multituberculata (extinct order of rodent-like mammals)
法蔵比, ほうぞうびく
Buddhist term
Dharmakara Bodhisattva, Amitabha Buddha in a pre-enlightenment incarnation
軸索小, じくさくしょうきゅう
Biology term
axon hillock
小高い, こだかいおか
Expression
small hill, low hill, hillock
, だんきゅう
terrace, bench (in geography)
, きゅうしん
pimple, papule
溶岩円頂, ようがんえんちょうきゅう
lava dome
火山砕屑, かざんさいせつきゅう
pyroclastic cone
火山円錐, かざんえんすいきゅう
volcanic cone
, ふんきゅうぼ
tomb embedded in a Yayoi period barrow
, びくに
1. bhikkhuni (fully ordained Buddhist nun)
historical term
2. travelling female entertainer dressed as a nun (Kamakura, Muromachi periods)
3. lowly prostitute dressed as a nun (Edo period)
See 科負い比丘尼, Abbreviation
4. female servant hired to take the blame for a noblewoman's farts
屁負い比, 屁追い比, へおいびくに
historical term
female servant hired to take the blame for a noblewoman's farts
科負い比, とがおいびくに
historical term
female servant hired to take the blame for a noblewoman's misdemeanours and farts
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