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四手, , 紙, 椣, 紙四手, しで, かみしで
1. zigzag-shaped paper streamer often used to adorn Shinto-related objects
Only 四手, Only 垂
2. hornbeam (deciduous tree in the birch family)
スイ, た.れる, た.らす, た.れ, -た.れ, なんなんと.す
droop, suspend, hang, slouch
, すいちょく
NA-adjective, May take 'no'
1. vertical
2. perpendicular
れる, たれる
Ichidan verb, Intransitive
1. to hang, to droop, to dangle, to sag, to lower, to pull down
2. to leave behind (at death), to give, to confer
3. to drip, to ooze, to trickle, to drop
れ幕, , たれまく
hanging banner, hanging screen, curtain
らし込む, たらしこむ
Godan verb
to drop into, drop-by-drop
らす, たらす
Godan verb, Transitive
1. to dribble, to spill
2. to suspend, to hang down, to slouch, to dangle
, たるみ
See 滝・1, Archaism
, けんすい
Takes suru
1. pull-up (exercise), chin-up, chinning
2. suspension, dangling, hanging
, すいか
Takes suru, May take 'no'
being pendent, hanging down
, すいきょう
Takes suru
information, instruction
, すいし
, すいじゅん
plummet, plumb line
, すいよう
weeping willow
, すいじゃく, すいしゃく
See 本地, Buddhist term
temporary manifestation by a buddha (in order to save people), manifested form (often a Shinto deity)
, ちゅうすい
See 盲腸・2
(vermiform) appendix
, すいしん
orthocenter, orthocentre
, すいし
on the verge of dying
, ひたたれ
See 袴
typical dress of the military class, usually worn together with a hakama
, にくすい
wattle (of a bird's neck)
, だっすい
Takes suru, Medicine term
れ込める, れこめる, たれ込める, れ籠める, れ篭める, たれこめる
Ichidan verb, Intransitive
1. to hang low over (e.g. clouds)
2. to seclude oneself (behind screens, curtain, etc.)
, すいはん
Takes suru
setting an example
, たまだれ
bamboo curtain, palace
り穂, たりほ
drooping ears (of grain)
, ひたたれ
ancient ceremonial court robe
れ耳, , たれみみ
, けんすいせん
Mathematics term
懸壅, けんようすい
, みみだれ
ear discharge
, やまいだれ
illness radical
たれぎぬ, れ絹
Usually in kana
hanging silk, curtain, tapestry, veil
, にくだれ
See 肉髯
wattle (of a bird's neck)
れ壁, たれ壁, たれかべ
hanging partition wall (e.g. against smoke)
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