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毎日, まいにち
Adverbial noun, Temporal noun (jisoumeishi)
every day
その犬に毎日食べ物をやって下さい。
3時, 三時, さんじ
Temporal noun (jisoumeishi)
1. 3 o'clock
See 3時のおやつ・さんじのおやつ
2. afternoon snack (eaten around 3 o'clock)
See 正法・しょうぼう・2, See 末法, See 像法, Buddhist term
3. three ages of Buddhism (following the death of Gautama Buddha; age of the true law, age of the copied law, and age of the degeneration of the law), three ages of the dharma
, あいだ, あわい
Adverbial noun
1. space (between), gap, interval, distance
Temporal noun (jisoumeishi)
2. time (between), pause, break
3. span (temporal or spatial), stretch, period (while)
4. relationship (between, among)
5. members (within, among)
鬼の居ぬ間に洗濯。
, 迫, , はざま, はさま
1. interval, space, interstice, threshold
also 硲
2. valley, gorge, ravine
3. loophole (in a wall), crenel, eyelet
, ま
1. time, pause
2. space
3. room
鬼の居ぬ間に洗濯。
, かん
Suffix
1. interval, period of time
2. among, between, inter-
3. good opportunity, chance
4. estrangement, discord, alienation
See 間諜
5. spy, secret agent
鬼の居ぬ間に洗濯。
, けん
1. ken (6 shaku, approx. 1.818 m)
Counter
2. counter used to number the gaps between pillars
鬼の居ぬ間に洗濯。
Particle
1. too, also, in addition, as well, (not) either (in a negative sentence)
as AもBも
2. both A and B, A as well as B, neither A nor B (in a negative sentence)
used for emphasis or to express absence of doubt regarding a quantity, etc.
3. even, as much as, as many as, as far as, as long as, no less than, no fewer than
often as 〜ても, 〜でも, 〜とも, etc.
4. even if, even though, although, in spite of
Adverb, See もう・3, Colloquialism, Abbreviation
5. further, more, again, another, the other
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