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, うま
1. the Horse (seventh sign of the Chinese zodiac)
See 午の刻, Obsolete term
2. hour of the Horse (around noon, 11am-1pm, or 12 noon-2pm)
3. south
4. fifth month of the lunar calendar
, , 晝, ひる
See 御昼・2
1. noon, midday
Only 昼, Only 晝, See 御昼・3
2. daytime
See 御昼・1
3. lunch
, , ごご
Adverbial noun, Temporal noun (jisoumeishi)
afternoon, p.m.
, ごぜん
Adverbial noun, Temporal noun (jisoumeishi)
morning, a.m.
, しょうご
Adverbial noun, Temporal noun (jisoumeishi)
noon, midday
前中, ごぜんちゅう
in the morning, during the morning
, ごこく
, うま年, うまどし
year of the Horse
, ごほう
noon gun, noonday gun
, ていご
, きのえうま, こうご
See 干支・1
Wood Horse (31st year of the sexagenary cycle, e.g. 1954, 2014, 2074)
, かのえうま, こうご
See 干支・1
Metal Horse (7th year of the sexagenary cycle, e.g. 1930, 1990, 2050)
, みずのえうま, じんご
See 干支・1
Water Horse (19th year of the sexagenary cycle, e.g. 1942, 2002, 2062)
, ごはん
See 昼飯
後中, ごごじゅう
throughout the afternoon
餐会, ごさんかい
luncheon party
, しごかん
meridian circle
後一, ごごいち
first thing in the afternoon
真正, しんしょうご
See 視正午
apparent noon, true noon
視正, ししょうご
See 真正午
apparent noon, true noon
の刻, うまのこく
Expression, Archaism
hour of the Horse (around noon, 11am-1pm, or 12 noon-2pm)
の日, うまのひ
day of the Horse
, しごせん
meridian, meridian line
, 端五, たんご
See 五節句, See 端午の節句・たんごのせっく
Boy's Day celebration (May 5)
前零時, ごぜんれいじ
midnight, 12am
蹄中目, ごていちゅうもく
Meridiungulata, extinct clade of South American ungulates
年籍, こうごねんじゃく
Kōgo register, Japan's first census register (670)
後零時, ごごれいじ
noon, 12pm
, ごすい
Takes suru
nap, siesta
, ひのえうま, へいご
See 干支・1
Fire Horse (43rd year of the sexagenary cycle, e.g. 1906, 1966, 2026)
, ごさん
Takes suru
lunch, dinner
の節句, たんごのせっく
See 端午
Boy's Day celebration (May 5)
本初子, ほんしょしごせん
prime meridian
磁気子, じきしごせん
magnetic meridian
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