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, つばさ, よく
1. wing
Only よく, See 二十八宿, See 朱雀・すざく・2, Astronomy term
2. Chinese "Wings" constellation (one of the 28 mansions)
Suffix, Counter, Archaism
3. counter for birds or bird wings
, うよく, ウヨク
May take 'no', Antonym: 左翼・1
1. right-wing (politics)
See 右翼団体
2. extreme right-wing group
3. right wing (bird, plane, etc.)
Sports term
4. right field, right flank, right wing
See 右翼手, Baseball term, Abbreviation
5. right fielder
, さよく, サヨク
May take 'no', Antonym: 右翼・1
1. left-wing (politics)
2. left wing (of a bird, aircraft, formation, etc.), left flank
Baseball term
3. left field
, いちよく
1. one wing
2. (a) role, (a) part
, りょうよく
both wings, both flanks
, しゅよく
main wings (of an aeroplane, airplane)
, うよくしゅ
Baseball term
right fielder, RF
, びよく
tail (of an aircraft), empennage, tail assembly
, うよく
Takes suru
1. wings and feathers
2. assistance, aid, help, someone's right hand
, じょうよく
upper wing of a plane
, そうよく
May take 'no'
both wings
, ていよく
May take 'no'
, 補, ほよく
Takes suru
aid, assistance
, ほうよく
phoenix wings, aeroplane wings, airplane wings
, , よくよく
prudent, very careful
, よくさん
Takes suru
supporting (e.g. a government), backing up, assistance, countenance
, びよく
May take 'no'
wings of the nose (i.e. nostril)
, ふよく
Takes suru, literary or formal term
help, aid, support, assistance
, よくじょう
May take 'no'
wing shape
, よくとう
wing (of a building)
, よくりゅう
, よくきょう
speculum (bright patch on the wings of ducks)
, よっか, よくか
Botany term
samara, key
, ゆうよく
May take 'no'
, よくちょう
wing length (esp. of a bird), wingspan (esp. of an aircraft)
, , よくがた
airfoil profile, aerofoil profile, wing section
, よくよう
petiole wing (leaf)
, かたよく, かたつばさ, へんよく
May take 'no', See 一翼・いちよく・1
one wing, single wing
, みみつばさ
Anatomical term
pinna (of the ear), auricle
, よくふく, よくはば
, しよく
Obscure term
wing (of a bird, etc.)
, さよくしゅ
Baseball term
left fielder, LF
下げ, さげよく
wing flap
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