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, , き
1. tree, shrub, bush
2. wood, timber
ジュ, き
timber, trees, wood, establish, set up
, じゅりつ
Takes suru
establishment, founding, setting (a record)
, じゅもく
tree, trees and shrubs
, じゅし
May take 'no'
resin, rosin
, しょくじゅ
Takes suru
, じゅれい
age of a tree
, かじゅ
fruit tree
街路, がいろじゅ
roadside trees
, たいじゅ
large tree, big tree, huge tree
, かじゅえん
orchard, fruit farm
広葉, こうようじゅ
broadleaf tree
針葉, しんようじゅ
conifer, needle-leaved tree
, じゅひ
bark (of a tree, etc.)
, じゅりん
, いちじゅ, いっき
one tree, a tree
, かじゅ
flowering tree
合成, ごうせいじゅし
plastics, synthetic resins
, かいじゅ
See 槐
Japanese pagoda tree (Sophora japonica)
, じゅかい
sea of trees, broad expanse of dense woodland, abundant leafage
, がじゅまる, ようじゅ, カジュマル
Usually in kana, がじゅまる is originally from Okinawa dialect
Chinese banyan (Ficus microcarpa or Ficus retusa), Malayan banyan, Indian laurel
, しんじゅ
god tree (Ailanthus)
, わいじゅ
low or short tree
, なまけもの, ナマケモノ
See 怠け者, Usually in kana
sloth (animal)
, きばち
wood wasp
, きさめ
precipitation resulting from thick fog condensing on leaves in a forest
, 木槵子, もくげんじ, モクゲンジ
Usually in kana
goldenrain tree (Koelreuteria paniculata)
, じゅよう
tree leaf
, じゅげい
Takes suru
arboriculture, tree growing
, えんじゅ
lead tree (lead or zinc in a solution of acetate of lead)
, , じゅしょう
, しんじゅ
See 新緑, See 若葉
tree covered in fresh green leaves, newly green trees of early Summer
, ふうじゅ
See 風木
1. tree swayed by the wind
See 風樹の嘆, Archaism
2. thinking about one's deceased parents
, じゅそう
air hoar, air frost, soft rime
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