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, あ
Prefix
1. sub-
Chemistry term
2. -ous (indicating a low oxidation state), -ite
See 亜細亜・アジア, Abbreviation
3. Asia
See 亜爾然丁・アルゼンチン
4. Argentina
See 亜剌比亜・アラビア
5. Arabia
次ぐ, , つぐ
Godan verb, Intransitive
to rank next to, to come after
きれい好きは敬神に次ぐ美徳。
, 東亞, とうあ
East Asia, the Orient
, あえん
zinc (Zn)
真鍮は銅と亜鉛の合金である。
熱帯, あねったい
subtropics
, あおう
Asia and Europe, Eurasia
, あか
subfamily
, あぐん
subgroup
, あこう
Biology term
subclass
, あせい
sage of the second order
, あぞく
subgenus
, あぞく
1. subgroup (of the periodic table)
2. (taxonomical) subtribe
, あたん
May take 'no'
lignite, brown coal
, 唖鈴, あれい, アレイ
Usually in kana
dumbbell
, おうあ
Europe and Asia
, こうあ
used during WWII
Asian development
, じあ
Prefix, See 次亜硫酸, Chemistry term
hypo- (indicating the lowest oxidation state)
, あもく
Biology term
suborder
, あもん
Biology term
subphylum, subdivision
, あかい
Biology term
subkingdom
, あれん
(taxonomical) subtribe
, あふ
Archaism
person one respects second only to one's father
, アじん, あじん
Only あじん
1. subhuman, demi-human
Obscure term, Abbreviation
2. Argentinian (person)
See アメリカ人, Archaism
3. American (person)
, あこく
See アルゼンチン
1. Argentina
See 米国, Obsolete term, used in Meiji era
2. (United States of) America
, ありゅう
1. (inferior) imitator, epigone, poor imitation, copycat
2. follower, adherent, person belonging to the same school (e.g. of thought)
, 白堊, はくあ
May take 'no', See 白墨
1. chalk (mineral)
2. white wall
, あしゅ
Noun, used as a suffix
subspecies
鉛華, あえんか
zinc white, zinc oxide, flowers of zinc
鉛板, あえんばん
zinc plate, zinc sheet
鉛版, あえんばん
zinc etching
鉛末, あえんまつ
zinc dust
温帯, あおんたい
subtemperate zone
硝酸, あしょうさん
nitrous acid
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