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, どろ
May take 'no'
1. mud, slush, (wet) dirt, mire
See 泥棒・1, Abbreviation
2. thief
, , どろぼう, ドロボー, どろぼー
1. thief, burglar, robber
Takes suru
2. theft, burglary, robbery
, ドロ沼, どろぬま, ドロぬま, でいしょう
1. bog, marsh, swamp, quagmire, morass
Only どろぬま, Only ドロぬま
2. quandary, dire situation from which one cannot extricate oneself, imbroglio
んこ, どろんこ
1. mud
2. muddy, covered in mud
, でいすい
Takes suru
being dead drunk, drunken stupor
, ぬかるみ, でいねい
Usually in kana
quagmire, sludge, mud, slush, mire
, どろみず, でいすい
1. muddy water
2. red-light district
, どろぐつ
muddy shoes or boots
, なんでい
sludge, ooze
, どぶどろ
ditch mud
, でいりゅう
(volcanic) mud flow
, でい岩, でいがん
, でいち, どろち
mud, bog
, , どろぶね
1. boat to transport mud
2. (fictional) boat made of (dried) mud
, なずむ
Godan verb
to cling to, to stick to, to be wedded to
, でいよく
mud bath
, どろゆ
mud bath (at an onsen)
, どろめ, ドロメ
Usually in kana
gluttonous goby (Chasmichthys gulosus)
, どろばち, ドロバチ
Usually in kana
potter wasp (any wasp of subfamily Eumeninae), mason wasp
, でいまん
plastering trowel
, でいそ
unfired clay figurine
, しゅでい
unglazed reddish brown pottery (originally from China)
, どろえ, でいえ
See 泥絵の具, esp. どろえ
1. distemper painting
See 金銀泥絵, esp. でいえ
2. painting made with gold or silver paint (usu. on a dark background)
, ついひじ
See 築地・ついじ
mud wall with a roof, roofed mud wall
, , あおり, しょうでい
saddle flap
, せつでい
slush, slush ice, snow slush
, , でいさ, でいしゃ
mud and sand
, 刑, けいどろ, ケードロ, ケイドロ
Usually in kana, abbr. of 警察と泥棒 or 刑事と泥棒
cops and robbers (hide-and-seek game)
, , どろけい, ドロケイ, ドロケー
See ケードロ, Usually in kana
cops and robbers (hide-and-seek game)
, ちんでい
, どろがめ, ドロガメ
See スッポン・1, Usually in kana
1. Chinese soft-shelled turtle (Pelodiscus sinensis)
2. mud turtle (Kinosternidae spp.), musk turtle
漿, でいしょう
slurry, slip
, こうでい
See モルタル
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