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, こよみ, れき
Suffix, See カレンダー, れき when a suffix
calendar, almanac
西, せいれき
1. Common Era, CE, Christian Era, anno domini, AD
2. Western (Gregorian) calendar
, かんれき
60th birthday
, きゅうれき
Japan's old (lunisolar) calendar
, めくらごよみ
picture calendar for illiterates
, れきがく
the study of the calendar
, れきげつ
calendar month
, れきじゅつ
calendar-construction rules
, れきすう
calendar making, number of years, one's fate, the year
, れきほう
calendar making
, うめごよみ
plum blossoms (as a harbinger of spring)
, われき
1. Japanese calendar
2. Japanese imperial year
, えんりゃく
Enryaku era (782.8.19-806.5.18)
, てんりゃく
Tenryaku era (947.4.22-957.10.27)
, しょうりゃく
Shōryaku era (990.11.7-995.2.22)
, ちょうりゃく
Chōryaku era (1037.4.21-1040.11.10)
, じりゃく, ちりゃく
Jiryaku era (1065.8.2-1069.4.13), Chiryaku era
, じょうりゃく, しょうりゃく
Jōryaku era (1077.11.17-1081.2.10), Shōryaku era
, えいりゃく
Eiryaku era (1160.1.10-1161.9.4)
, げんりゃく
Genryaku era (1184.4.16-1185.8.14)
, けんりゃく
Kenryaku era (1211.3.9-1213.12.6)
, ぶんりゃく
Bunryaku era (1234.11.5-1235.9.19)
, りゃくにん
Ryakunin era (1238.11.23-1239.2.7)
, かりゃく
Karyaku era (1326.4.26-1329.8.29)
, りゃくおう, れきおう
Ryakuō era (of the Northern Court) (1338.8.28-1342.4.27), Rekiō era
, こうりゃく
Kōryaku era (of the Northern Court) (1379.3.22-1381.2.24)
, めいれき
Meireki era (1655.4.13-1658.7.23)
, ほうれき, ほうりゃく
Hōreki era (1751.10.27-1764.6.2)
, れきほん
See 暦
books related to the calendar, the calendar, the almanac
, れきちゅう
various information recorded in the almanac (as regards astronomy, astrology, etc.)
, れきしゅう
Computer terminology
calendar week
, はしらごよみ
See 綴暦・とじごよみ
small calendar (or almanac) affixed to a pillar or wall
, りゃくれき
See 略本暦, Abbreviation
abbreviated koyomi (Japanese traditional calendar), koyomi presented in a smaller, easy to use, format
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